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2015 NFL DRAFT

Cliff Harris, CB

School: Oregon  |  Conference: PAC12
College Experience: Junior  |  Hometown: Fresno, CA
Height/Weight: 5-11 / 175 lbs.
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---14 3609'10"4.196.79
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03/15/2012 - Cliff Harris was back at work Thursday in a familiar setting at the Moshofsky Center. It seemed like old times for the former Oregon cornerback, only it wasn't. Harris and several former Duck teammates worked out for NFL scouts during Oregon's pro day. "It was a good day, being back (at) the university, seeing my teammates," Harris said. A 2011 preseason all-America selection, Harris had a series of off-the-field issues that led to his dismissal from the team, and likely hurt his NFL draft stock as well. The most well-documented incident - driving 118 miles per hour on I-5 last summer with a suspended license - is something Harris continues to address with NFL teams, along with other missteps. "I feel like with my past, I have a lot to prove just in general," Harris said. "I'm trying to show everybody that history won't repeat itself. I feel like everybody's got something to prove. It's a job interview." That job interview Thursday included weight lifting, a series of drills, and the 40-yard dash. Harris said he wasn't aware of his 40 times, but there was little doubt that he put in a hard days work. After pro day ended, he walked outside in the rain and got sick. "I'm not out of shape. It got pretty hot," Harris said. "Actually, when I went out that door I went out and threw up." Harris had support from former teammates and family members, who wore T-shirts featuring his picture in an Oregon uniform. In 2010, Harris emerged as one of the premier cornerbacks and return specialists in college football. He had six interceptions, returned one for a touchdown, and led the nation with four punt returns for touchdowns, a single-season school record. - Gary Horowitz, The Statesman Journal

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