Cliff Harris came out nowhere back in 1970, an undrafted free agent who became a six-time Pro Bowl safety for the Dallas Cowboys.
Well, Harris didn’t exactly come out of nowhere. He played his college ball at Ouachita Baptist, a small university located 65 miles outside of Little Rock.
The Tigers hope to produce another pro in defensive lineman Bryan Church, who was one of five players participating in the school’s pro day on March 17.
Church (6-1 5/8, 299) worked out indoors on FieldTurf, posting 40 times of 5 seconds flat and 5.01, a 29 1/2-inch vertical, 8-4 broad jump, 4.56 short shuttle, 7.46 three-cone drill, and 21 strength lifts.
Church had a strong workout, and figures to be a free-agent candidate just like Harris all those years ago.
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