#99 Josh Harris
Class: RS Senior
Hometown: Kalispell, Montana
High School: Flathead HS
Height / Weight: 6-5 / 240
Montana: Josh was still recovering from an injury and unable to participate in spring drills, but he is expected to compete for a starting job this fall.
2010: He would more-than-likely have started at one of UM’s two defensive end spots, but suffered a season-ending knee injury in fall camp.
2009: He had a productive season as a redshirt freshman, playing in all 15 games, and was the team’s 21st (tie) leading tackler with 19 stops. He was named to the All-Big Sky Conference academic team with a 3.65 GPA.
2008: He was a redshirt at UM.
High School: He was an all-state and first team all-conference selection his senior year when he had 47 tackles, eight sacks, and 14 quarterback hurries…team defensive MVP as a senior…..a two-time all-league pick in football…named honorable mention all-state as a junior…played in both the East-West Shrine Game and the Mon-Dak All-Star Game….lettered in football (three), basketball (two), and track (three)…named academic all-state twice…his high school football coach was Russell McCarvel.
Career Highs: He had 4 tackles in the opener against Western State in 2009. He had sacks against Weber State and at Idaho State two seasons ago.
Personal: His parents are Greg and Jeanie Harris of Kalispell. His major is sociology. Birth date: Sept. 15, 1989. Josh’s dad, Greg, lettered in football at Montana from 1973-75, and was second team All-Big Sky as a junior and senior.