2000 -- Harrison led the Bruins in the sprints last season, with season-bests marks of 10.39w,10.45 and 20.75w,NCAA provisonal/20.94 ... At the Pac-10, Harrison placed sixth in the 100m and second in the 200m.
1999 -- At the Pac-10, Harrison placed second in the 100m (10.30, personal legal-best, No. 10 in school history, No. 40 in the U. S.) . . . Also ran a wind-aided 10.28 . . . Ran a season-best 21.01.
1998 -- A hamstring injury prevented him from competing at the Pac-10 meet ... Ran season-bests of 10.53 and 21.06.
High School -- Earned All-America honors in 1997 from Track & Field News in the 200m with a time of 20.78, the No. 4 mark in U.S. high schools and the No. 8 mark on the World Junior list ... His 10.52 in the 100m was No. 16 on the U.S. prep chart ... In '97, he won the prestigious Golden South Invitational in Orlando (20.99) and was second in the National Scholastic Invitational ... At the Pan Am Juniors in Havana, he won a silver in the 200m (21.10) and a gold medal, running the third leg on the winning U.S. 4x100m relay (39.87) ... 1996-97 Georgia State champ in the 100m and 200m ... Attended 10th grade at Dana Point HS in Dana Point, CA and recorded marks of 10.42w, 10.56 and 21.10 ... 1995 CA State winner in the 200m ... Also lettered one season in football at Dana Point.
Personal -- Philosophy major ... Born Oct. 12, 1978 ... Father Kenneth Harrison was a standout wide receiver at SMU and for the San Francisco 49ers from 1975-81 ... Uncle Dwight Harrison, a Texas A&I graduate, was a defensive back in the NFL for 10 seasons.