Jaylen Harris


Player profile

  • Height 6-5
  • Weight 213
  • Hometown Cleveland, Ohio
  • Last School Cleveland Heights
  • Year Senior

Ohio State Overview
• Played a career-high 89 offensive snaps as a true junior in 2019
• Was a starter on several special teams, including kickoff return
• Had one catch on the season, which came against Cincinnati
• Has played in 18 career games with five catches for 54 yards
• Had two catches for 27 yards vs. UNLV as a true freshman in 2017
• Is a communication major

Honors & Awards
2017: OSU Scholar-Athlete

More on Jaylen
• Was a consensus 4-star prospect who had an outstanding senior season for Cleveland Heights and coach Mac Stephens.
• Caught 53 passes for 820 yards and eight touchdowns for the 6-4 Tigers and was named first-team Associated Press Division I all-state.
• One of the Top 150 players in the nation, Harris had overall rankings as high as No. 137 by Scout, which also rated him as its No. 20 receiver prospect.
• Received Dream Team honors by PrepStar.
• Named to the American Family Insurance all-USA Ohio first team.
• Considered among the Top 5 players overall in the state of Ohio (No. 5 by 247Sports), Harris was the top receiver in Ohio and No. 3 in the Midwest according to Scout.
• Named the Ohio high school athlete of the year at the Greater Cleveland Sports Awards.
• As a junior he caught 42 passes for 796 yards and five touchdowns in only seven games, giving him two-year totals of 95 receptions, 1,666 yards and 13 touchdowns.
• Named all-Lake Erie League, all-District and all-Cuyahoga County as a junior and helped his team to the state playoffs.
• Also a standout on the basketball court throughout his career.
• Named 2015-16 Associated Press all-Northeast District as a junior after averaging 14.8 points per game.
• Is the son of Angela and Ronnie Harris.