Hometown: Los Angeles
Weight: 163 pounds
Previous Team: Sporting Kansas City
2022: Wilson signed for his first season in purple in February after spending the MLS preseason with Toronto FC.
Before Louisville City: A Los Angeles native, Harris represented Real So Cal in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy for most of his youth career before in 2018 committing, coincidentally, to the University of Louisville. Rather than play collegiately, Harris opted to turn professional at age 18 from the Sporting KC academy. Harris went on to become American pro soccer’s top-scoring teenager in 2019, netting a dozen goals in 25 appearances, also setting the USL Championships record for most single-season goals scored by a teenager. In 2020, he secured the Young Player of the Year recognition by leading SKC II with 8 goals in a 16-game season abbreviated due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Following his award winning season, Wilson signed a homegrown deal with Sporting Kansas City. Harris split time between the MLS and USL Championship ranks in 2021 ahead of his move to LouCity. He made nine appearances with Sporting’s first team and 10 with SKC II.