Chris Harper's Career Statistics
PERSONAL — Born Christopher Deon Harper on Sept. 10, 1989 in Wichita, Kan. Parents: William Jr. and Paula Harper. Family: One brother. High School (Coach): Northwest (Weston Schartz) 2008. Major: Psychology.
2008 — Became the program’s first player in eight years to run, pass and catch a touchdown in the same season ... Converted from quarterback to wide receiver after the first five games, catching two passes for 25 yards and a touchdown against UCLA in his first game of full-time duty at the position ... Oregon’s fifth-leading rusher and receiver ran for a season-high 60 yards and one TD in his collegiate debut vs. Washington and caught five passes for 85 yards and another score at Arizona State ... His 62-yard touchdown catch against the Sun Devils proved to be the team’s seventh-longest offensive scoring play of the season ... Enjoyed is best day as a passer by completing four of six passes for 40 yards and one touchdown vs. Utah State ... Replaced injured QB Justin Roper in overtime at Purdue and engineered the winning scoring drive ... Graduated early from high school and enrolled at Oregon during the 2008 spring quarter ... Green team’s leading rusher (67 yards) and passer (73 yards) in the Spring Game.
HIGH SCHOOL — PrepStar All-American and Rivals.com four-star recruit ranked as the second-best overall prospect in the state and the No. 14 player in the country at his position ... Ranked 97th on the ESPN 150 ledger among all prep seniors ... Completed 55 percent of his passes while accumulating 761 yards and eight touchdowns passing ... Also rushed for 506 yards and 10 scores his senior year for the Grizzlies, who ended the year with an 7-3 record and advanced the first round of the state playoffs ... Passed for nearly 500 yards ran for 1,000 yards rushing in 2006, combining for 20 total TDs ... Led Northwest to the Class 6A state basketball title as a sophomore ... Ran for more than 1,000 yards as a prep freshman running back at Collegiate High School before transferring to Northwest for his final three seasons.