C.J. Harris
C.J.  Harris

Winston-Salem, N.C.

High School:
Mount Tabor HS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 190






Florida State Pulls Away to Defeat Wake Forest 67-60

Coron Williams matches season-high with 18 points to lead the Demon Deacons


C.J. Harris Wins 3-Point Contest at German League All-Star Game

Former Deacon Harris is a rookie playing for MHP RIESEN Ludwigsburg in Germany's highest league


Gray and Harris to Play in The-BALL Pro Basketball Series

Former Demon Deacons will suit up for North Carolina team on Thursday evening


C.J. Harris, Katie Stengel Receive Palmer and Crisp Awards

Harris and Stengel recognized for their outstanding athletic achievements in 2012-13


C.J. Harris to Play for Nuggets in NBA Summer League

Two-time All-ACC guard will suit up for Denver beginning July 13 in Las Vegas


Men's Basketball vs. Maryland (ACC Tournament)

Wake Forest failed to advance in the ACC tournament after losing to Maryland 75-62.


Wake Forest vs. Maryland - ACC Tournament

Wake Forest and Maryland in the first round of the ACC Tournament


2013 Senior Day Ceremony

2013 Senior Day Ceremony


Wake Forest vs. NC State

Wake Forest vs. NC State 3-6-2013


Wake Forest vs. Maryland - March 2, 2013

Wake Forest vs. Maryland - March 2, 2013

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Four-year letterwinner and three-year team captain who will go down as one of the most productive players in program history ... Two-time third team All-ACC honoree ... One of eight players in school history to serve as team captain for three seasons ... Developed into one of the top guards in the ACC ... Excellent outside shooter who could also get to the rim ... One of the most accurate free throw shooters in the country who led the ACC in free throw percentage as a junior and again as a senior ... Most comfortable at the off-guard position but could also play the point ... Solid defender with a high basketball IQ ... Local product who grew up just minutes from campus.

C.J. Harris

Career Statistical Rankings
Finished his career ranked in the top 10 in school history in minutes played, free throws, free throw percentage, 3-point field goals, 3-point attempts, free throw attempts and games started ... Finished 17th in school history with 1,613 career points, becoming the first Deacon to score over 1,600 points since Justin Gray and Eric Williams in 2005-06 ... Finished fourth in school history in minutes played, surpassing Randolph Childress for fourth in his final game ... Also ranks seventh in games started and tied for 14th in games played at Wake Forest ... Ranks seventh all-time at Wake Forest and in the top 30 in ACC history with career free throw percentage of 83.4 percent.

2012-13 (Senior)
Started all 31 games on the year ... Averaged 15.4 points to lead the team and rank sixth in the ACC ... Also averaged 2.3 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 32.8 minutes per game ... Named third team All-ACC by the Coaches and honorable mention All-ACC by the media ... Led the ACC in free throw percentage (84.7 percent) and ranked sixth in scoring, ninth in 3-pointers made (1.9 per game) and 10th in minutes played ... Went 138-for-163 at the line and put together a streak of 26 made free throws midway through the year ... Shot 45.2 percent (140-of-310) from the floor, including 43.1 percent (59-of-137) from 3-point range ... Led the team in 3-pointers made and 3-point percentage while ranking third in assists (59) and fifth in steals (24) ... In conference play, averaged 15.9 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 32.8 minutes per game ... Shot 87.6 percent (85-of-97) from the free throw line to rank second in the ACC during league play ... Also ranked third in 3-point field goal percentage (43.4 percent), fifth in scoring and eighth in 3-point field goals (2.0) in conference play ... Named the ACC Player of the Week on Feb. 25 after scoring 23 points to lead the Deacons to an 80-65 upset of No. 2-ranked Miami ... Suffered a bruised retina late in the NC State game (Jan. 22) but came back in to hit a crucial free throw despite a severely swollen left eye, helping the Deacons to an upset of the No. 18-ranked Wolfpack ... Wore protective glasses the remainder of the season ... Scored in double figures in 26 games, including six 20-point performances ... Scored a career-high 29 points twice, leading the Deacons to wins over Boston College (Jan. 12) and Virginia Tech (Mar. 10) ... Led the team in scoring 13 times and in assists eight times ... Ranked third on the team with five charges drawn ... Converted 9-of-10 three-point plays ... Represented Wake Forest at the 2012 ACC Operation Basketball media event ... Selected as a preseason candidate for the Senior CLASS Award ... Named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll.

2012-13 Season Highlights
Opened the season with a game-high 19 points on 4-of-5 shooting vs. Radford (Nov. 9) ... Went 11-for-14 at the free throw line for most of his points ... Scored 17 points on 7-of-10 shooting vs. No. 23-ranked UConn (Nov. 16) at the Paradise Jam ... Had 10 points vs. Iona (Nov. 17) the following night ... Finished the tournament with 15 points on 4-of-6 shooting vs. Mercer (Nov. 19) ... Led the team with 18 points and went 10-for-11 from the charity stripe in a win over William & Mary (Nov. 23) ... Went 6-for-6 at the free throw line in the final 1:25 ... Scored a then career-high 28 points on 9-of-14 shooting, including 7-for-10 from 3-point range, with three steals vs. Seton Hall (Dec. 8) ... Scored 20 points on 8-of-10 shooting, including 4-for-6 from 3-point range, with five assists vs. Furman (Dec. 18) ... Finished with 15 points on 4-of-7 shooting, including 2-for-3 from 3-point range vs. Xavier (Jan. 2) ... Scored 19 points on 7-of-11 shooting and dished out a team-best four assists at Duke (Jan. 5) ... Scored a game-high 16 points and went 8-for-8 at the free throw line vs. Virginia (Jan. 9) ... Scored a career-high 29 points on 10-of-13 shooting to go along with five rebounds vs. Boston College (Jan. 12) ... Scored 10 points and overcame a late eye injury to hit a crucial free throw in upset win over No. 18-ranked NC State (Jan. 22) ... Finished with 18 points, seven rebounds and three assists at Georgia Tech (Jan. 26) ... Had 14 points and three rebounds in a near-upset of No. 5-ranked Duke (Jan. 30) ... Scored 12 points on 5-of-12 shooting at North Carolina (Feb. 5) ... Scored 14 points and pulled down four rebounds to go with a steal and an assist vs. Florida State (Feb. 9) ... Turned in a game-high 23 points on 8-of-10 shooting with a team-best four assists, a block and a steal at Boston College (Feb. 13) ... Had 15 points and went a perfect 7-for-7 at the free throw line vs. Georgia Tech (Feb. 16) ... Led the Deacons to an upset win over No. 2-ranked Miami (Feb. 23) by scoring 23 points and hitting 5-of-5 from 3-point range ... Named ACC Player of the Week following the game ... Scored 19 points to go with six rebounds, three assists and two steals on Senior Day vs. Maryland (Mar. 2) ... Tied his career-high with 29 points vs. Virginia Tech (Mar. 10) in his final game at the Joel Coliseum ... Became the first Deacon to score 29 or more points in his final home game since Muggsy Bogues scored 29 against NC State in 1987 ... Went 6-for-6 from 3-point range vs. the Hokies, becoming the first Deacon to go perfect in a game from beyond the arc with at least six attempts. ... Led the team with 19 points to go with five rebounds, two assists and three 3-pointers in the ACC Tournament vs. Maryland (Mar. 14).

2011-12 (Junior)
Played in and started 30 games on the year ... Missed the Wofford game on Jan. 2 with a groin injury ... Earned third team All-ACC honors ... Scored his 1,000th career point on Jan. 31 vs. North Carolina ... Averaged 16.7 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.5 assists in 35.1 minutes per game ... Led the team and ranked fourth in the ACC in scoring ... Led the conference in minutes played after seeing 30+ minutes of action in all but one game ... Led the ACC in free throw percentage (94.7 percent) during conference play, hitting 72-of-76 free throws over 16 games ... Also ranked sixth in the ACC in field goal percentage (47.7 percent) and third in free throw percentage (84.4) in all games ... Free throw percentage was the 16th-highest single-season mark in school history ... Ranked third in the ACC with 5.8 free throw attempts per game ... Shot 42. Percent (49-of-116) from 3-point range, which is tied for the 17th-best mark in school history ... In conference play, averaged 15.3 points, 2.9 rebounds and 2.5 assists in 35.6 minutes per game ... Scored in double figures in 29 of 30 games ... Put together a streak of 24 straight games with double-figure points, which marked the 11th-longest streak by a Deacon since 1970 ... Scored 20+ point 10 times, including a season-high 23 points three times ... Led the team in scoring 18 times ... Led the team in assists 11 times ... Dished out five or more assists five times ... Converted all nine of his 3-point play opportunities ... Ranked third on the team with five charges drawn ... Received the team's Murray Greason Award (co-recipient with Travis McKie) and the Top Free Throw Shooter Award ... Represented Wake Forest at the 2011 ACC Operation Basketball media event ... Named to the Athletic Director's Honor Roll.

2011-12 Season Highlights
Opened the season with three consecutive 20-point scoring games against Loyola (Nov. 11), Georgia Southern (Nov. 16) and N.C. Central (Nov. 20), becoming the first Deacon to accomplish the feat since Al-Farouq Aminu in 2009 ... Went 4-for-5 from 3-point range and score 20 points at High Point (Dec. 7) ... Finished one point shy of his career-high with 23 points in back-to-back games vs. UNC Wilmington (Dec. 21) and Yale (Dec. 29) ... Missed first career game vs. Wofford (Jan. 2) with a strained groin ... Turned in first 20-point performance of the ACC season at Duke (Jan. 19) ... Recorded the 200th assist of his career at Clemson (Jan. 28) ... Scored 19 points vs. North Carolina (Jan. 31) to reach exactly 1,000 points for his career, becoming the 48th all-time Deacon to join the club and first non-senior since Jeff Teague in 2009 ... Had a 24-game double-digit scoring streak snapped after tallying eight points vs. Georgia Tech (Feb. 15) ... Dished out a season-high six assists in the win over the Yellow Jackets ... Finished the season with double-figure scoring in every game but one ... Made a career-high 10 field goals and matched his season-high of 23 points vs. Boston College (Feb. 25) ... Played 30+ minutes in all but one game he appeared in (29 minutes vs. Georgia Southern).

2010-11 (Sophomore)
Started all 32 games, which is tied for 12th-most in school history ... Led the team and ranked eighth in the ACC with 32.4 minutes per game ... Ranked fourth in the ACC in free throw percentage at 81.5 percent (141-of-173) ... Team's fourth-leading scorer with 10.5 points per game ... Averaged 3.5 assists per game, which ranked in a tie for seventh in the ACC ... Turned in three of his four highest scoring totals of the season after point guard Tony Chennault returned from injury ... Made 17 of 18 free throw attempts vs. Miami on Feb. 9, finishing with the second-most made free throws in school history and the most since 1970 ... Went 10-for-10 from the foul line on two separate occasions (Richmond; Virginia) ... Made 21 straight free throws at one point in the season (Dec. 12 - Jan. 5) ... Scored in double figures in 20 games, including a season-high 24 points against Miami ... Led the team in scoring three times ... Led the team in assists 21 times ... Dished out five or more assists eight times, including a season-high eight assists vs. Elon ... Received the team's Assist Leader Award ... Represented Wake Forest at the 2010 ACC Operation Basketball media event.

2010-11 Season Highlights
Opened the season with nine points and five assists in 38 minutes vs. Stetson (Nov. 12) ... Scored 13 points and hit a pair of 3-pointers vs. Hampton (Nov. 15) ... Fell just short of a double-double with 10 points and 9 rebounds vs. VCU (Nov. 16) ... Fell just shy of a triple-double with 11 points, eight rebounds and eight assists at Elon (Nov. 20) ... Nearly had a perfect shooting night vs. Holy Cross (Dec. 4), finishing with 16 points on 6-of-6 from the field, 2-of-2 from 3-point range and 2-of-3 from the free throw line ... Scored 14 points on a perfect 10-for-10 performance from the free throw line and also grabbed five rebounds at Richmond (Dec. 29) ... Helped the Deacons to a win over Virginia (Jan. 29) with 15 points, seven assists and six rebounds ... Connected on all 10 of his free throws against the Cavaliers and iced the game in the second half by going 8-for-8 from the line ... Scored 17 points to go along with four rebounds and two assists at Maryland (Feb. 5) ... Poured in a career-high 24 points, dished out four assists and went 17-for-18 at the free throw line vs. Miami (Feb. 9) ... His 17 free throws were the second-most in school history and the most by a Deacon since 1970.

2009-10 (Freshman)
Played in all 31 games and made 21 starts ... Started 20 straight games from Dec. 5 through Feb. 27 ... Averaged 27.9 minutes per game ... Ranked third on the team with 9.9 points per game ... Named to the ACC All-Freshman Team after finishing as the league's third-leading scorer among all rookies ... Four-time ACC Rookie of the Week honoree, earning the award on Nov. 30, Dec. 7, Dec. 21 and Jan. 4 ... Finished one shy of the school record for ACC Rookie of the Week awards ... Named to the All-ACC Academic Team ... Also named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Leading scorer among the 12 academic honorees and was the seventh Deacon freshman to receive the honor since 1963 ... Received the team's Best Free Throw Shooter Award ... One of the team's top three-point threats, going 38-for-108 for 32.4 percent from beyond the arc ... His 35 three-point field goals were the sixth-highest by a freshman in school history ... Led the team and ranked fourth in the ACC and 87th nationally in free throw percentage at 83.1 percent ... Went 108-for-130 at the line ... Season mark of 83.1 percent was the second-highest ever by a Wake Forest freshman, behind only Chris Paul in 2003-04 ... Ranked fourth on the team in assists (38), steals (28) and minutes played (27.9) ... Scored in double figures 17 times and led the team in scoring six times.

2009-10 Season Highlights
Made his collegiate debut vs. Oral Roberts (Nov. 13) and finished with three points on 3-of-3 shooting to go along with four assists and two rebounds ... Scored 16 points on 5-of-7 shooting and had a season-high five rebounds vs. Winston-Salem State (Nov. 24) ... Led the team with 17 points and hit five 3-pointers vs. William & Mary (Nov. 28) ... Named ACC Rookie of the Week on Nov. 30 ... Led the team with 14 points and hit a pair of 3-pointers at Purdue (Dec. 1) ... Made his first career start at Gonzaga (Dec. 5) and led the team with 19 points, hitting 13-of-15 free throws ... Also had four rebounds and two assists and did not commit a turnover vs. the Zags ... Named ACC Co-Rookie of the Week on Dec. 7 ... Had 11 points and two steals at UNC Wilmington (Dec. 16) ... Scored 10 points and had four rebounds vs. NC State (Dec. 20) ... Named ACC Rookie of the Week on Dec. 21 ... Had 15 points and three rebounds in a career-high 42 minutes in a double-overtime win over Xavier (Jan. 3) ... Named ACC Rookie of the Week on Jan. 4 ... Turned in 18 points on 6-of-9 shooting, including 4-of-6 from three-point range, vs. Maryland (Jan. 12) ... Scored a season-high 20 points and went 6-for-11 from the field, including 4-of-7 from 3-point range, at North Carolina (Jan. 20) ... Led the team with 12 points vs. Miami (Feb. 2) ... Scored 12 points and went 7-for-7 on free throws at Florida State (Mar. 3) ... Scored 14 points and tallied five steals vs. Clemson (Mar. 7) ... Had 10 points and three steals vs. Miami in the ACC Tournament (Mar. 11) ... Had six points and two assists in the NCAA Tournament win over Texas (Mar. 18) ... Scored 11 points off the bench in the NCAA Tournament second round loss to top-seeded Kentucky (Mar. 20).

High School
Ranked by ESPN as the No. 18 point guard in the class of 2009 ... Rated by Scout as the No. 24 shooting guard in the class ... A 2009 graduate of Mount Tabor High School in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... Played under coach Andy Muse, the brother of former Demon Deacon assistant coach Mike Muse, at Mount Tabor ... Named to the 2009 Associated Press All-State first team, finishing as the second-leading vote getter after leading Mount Tabor to a 31-1 record as a senior ... Led the Spartans to the 2009 North Carolina 4A state championship ... Earned title game MVP honors after tallying 20 points and four assists in a 60-55 defeat of Fayetteville Sanford H.S. at the Dean E. Smith Center ... Also named Regional Finals MVP and Sectionals MVP en route to the state title ... Named 2009 Central Piedmont Conference Player of the Year, as well as the CPC Tournament MVP ... Became the first player in Mount Tabor history to win the Winston-Salem Journal's Frank Spencer Award ... Averaged 23 points, eight rebounds and six assists as a senior ... Mount Tabor was ranked No. 7 in the East Coast Region in the final 2008-09 PrepNation poll ... Earned all-state honors as a junior in 2007-08 ... Led the Spartans to the state quarterfinals and a CPC championship that season ... Averaged 19.1 points, 6.2 rebounds, 5.4 assists and 4.5 steals per game to lead Mount Tabor to a 26-4 record and a No. 7 state ranking in 2007-08 ... Mount Tabor finished 15-13 in 2006-07 ... Mount Tabor classmates included Wake Forest's Brooks Godwin, Yale's Michael Grace and Old Dominion's Josh Hicks ... Attended East Forsyth (N.C.) High School as a freshman ... Participated in the 2009 NCCA East-West All-Star Game at the Greensboro Coliseum ... Played in the 2009 Capital Classic in Washington, D.C. ... Scored nine points off the bench for the U.S. All-Stars who fell to the Capital All-Stars ... Played AAU ball for the CP3 All-Stars under coach Andy Poplin ... National Honor Society member.

Given name is Calvin Harris, Jr. ... Son of Delores Harris and Calvin Harris, Sr. ... Born Feb. 19, 1991, in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... Committed verbally to the Deacons in June of 2008 ... Chose Wake Forest over offers from Clemson and Virginia Tech among others ... Wore No. 10 in high school ... Graduated in May 2013 with a degree in communication and a minor in entrepreneurship and social enterprise.

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