CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia football program has added two additional transfer student-athletes to its 2024 signing class, Fralin Family Head Coach Tony Elliott announced. Joining the previous 18 players to sign with the Cavaliers are wide receivers Andre Greene Jr. and Quentrell “Trell” Harris. They are the sixth and seventh transfers in the class.

Greene was a member of the North Carolina program the past two seasons. He will have three years of eligibility with the Hoos. Harris comes to Virginia from Kent State and will have two seasons of eligibility.

Both players will enroll at Virginia in January.

Bio Information

Andre Greene, WR
6-2 … 200 … Richmond, Va. (St. Christopher’s)

At North Carolina

• Appeared in six games
• Made two catches for 17 yards
• Caught one pass for four yards vs. Appalachian State and one pass for 13 yards against Campbell
• Also appeared in the South Carolina, Minnesota, Pitt and Georgia Tech games

• Appeared in five games at wide receiver
• Made collegiate debut in the season opener against FAMU and appeared in games against Appalachian State, Georgia State, Virginia Tech and Oregon
• Did not record any stats prior to the bowl game
• Made his first career start in the bowl game against Oregon (Holiday Bowl), with three receptions for 26 yards and a touchdown
• Retained ability to redshirt since fifth game appearance game in a bowl contest

High School and Personal
• A four-star prospect listed as the nation’s 61st-best player, the No. 8 wide receiver and the No. 3 player in Virginia in the 247Sports Composite
• Ranked as the nation’s 36th-best player, the No. 4 wide receiver and the No. 3 player in the state according to Rivals
• Tabbed as the nation’s 100th-best player, the No. 11 wide receiver and the No. 5 player in the state according to ESPN
• A member of the ESPN 300
• Listed as the nation’s 88th-best player, the No. 11 wide receiver and the No. 3 player in the state by On3
• Invited to the Under Armour All-American game, the All-American Bowl and the Polynesian Bowl
• Was a team captain
• Tallied 85 catches for 1,456 yards and at least 17 TDs during his prep career
• Led his team to its first undefeated regular season, catching 42 passes for 833 yards and 15 TDs as a senior
• Also made three INTs, returning one for a TD, on defense
• Earned All-Prep League Player of the Year honors
• Posted 12 receptions for 234 yards and two TDs in an abbreviated three-game season as a junior
• Racked up 31 catches for 600 yards as a sophomore
• Helped St. Christopher’s to a 10-2 record and the state finals
• His quarterback at St. Christopher’s was UVA baseball All-American shortstop Griff O’Ferrall. 
• Also played basketball for four years and ran track as a freshman
• Coached by Lance Clelland.
• Son of Alexis Brown and Andre Greene Sr.

Quentrell Harris, WR
6-1 … 187 … La Grange, Ill. (Nazareth Academy)

At Kent State

• Played in 11 games, starting in five of them
• Had 26 receptions for 400 yards and a touchdown
• He had his best game against Central Connecticut hauling in three receptions for 94 yards and a touchdown

• Made his Flashes debut in season opener at Washington
• Played in home opener against LIU, had 1 catch for 4 yards and his first collegiate touchdown
• Got time at Toledo
• Saw action against Akron
• Made his first collegiate start against Ball State, made 4 catches for 52 yards
• Saw action at Bowling Green
• Started against Eastern Michigan
• Started at Buffalo, made a season-high 5 catches for 52 yards

High School
• Named all-state and the conference player of the year for Nazareth Academy as a senior
• As a senior, brought in 54 passes for 870 yards and 12 touchdowns during 2021 campaign
• Was a weapon in the return game as well, amassing 750 return yards on the season with six return touchdowns