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Dominique Harris
CB #36
Height:
6-2
Weight:
213
Age:
27
College:
Temple
Experience:
R

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Bio

COLLEGE: Appeared in every game of his Temple career with 44 starts, earning All-Mid-American Conference honors twice… recipient of The Owl Award in 2009 as the school’s most valuable player, Temple Athletic Department’s 2009 Temple Teammates Community Service Award and the 2008 Captain’s Award

COLLEGE: Appeared in every game of his Temple career with 44 starts, earning All-Mid-American Conference honors twice… recipient of The Owl Award in 2009 as the school’s most valuable player, Temple Athletic Department’s 2009 Temple Teammates Community Service Award and the 2008 Captain’s Award

2009: Team captain, started all 13 games at strong safety… one of just nine players to start every game… posted nine tackles at Ohio… led the Owls with seven stops in win over Miami (OH)… notched four solo tackles, two pass break-ups and an interception in win over Buffalo, the ninth INT of his career… led Temple with 10 tackles (six solo) at Penn State, earning Defensive Player of the Game honors… posted first career sack vs. Villanova to go along with two stops and a pass defensed.

2008: Named team captain… started all 12 games at strong safety finishing with 66 tackles and three interceptions… posted three tackles and sixth career interception vs. Army… recovered first career fumble vs. Connecticut along with five tackles…

2007: Started all 12 games at safety, one of seven Owls to start every game… led the defense with 81 tackles and team-bests of five passes defensed and three interceptions… posted a team-high 12 tackles at Connecticut… hauled in his third career INT at Bowling Green, earning Defensive Player of the Game accolades… registered a career-high 13 tackles (six solo) vs. Penn State…

2006: Saw action in 12 games with seven starts totaling 59 tackles, two interceptions and four passes defensed… named coaching staff’s Special Teams Player of the Game vs. Louisville and Defensive Player of the Game vs. Kent State… made 11 tackles (six solo) and returned an INT 20 yards against UL

2005: Redshirt.

PERSONAL: Received a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice in May 2009… 2005 graduate of H.D. Woodson (Washington, D.C.) High School… named Washington Post All-DCIAA East safety in 2004… played in DCIAA All-Star game and the 2004 DCIAA ‘Turkey Bowl’ championship game

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