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Harris' Maturity Was Time, not Football

DaJohn Harris

Da'John Harris learned who he was in the little time he spent off the football field.

Nineteen years ago, little Da'John Harris had a big job. The three-year-old wore an oversized jersey that could have been mistaken for a dress, a helmet so big the empty space could fit another head and way-too-large pants that he practically tripped over. Despite the amusing costume, Harris was totally serious every time he ran onto the field. He would grab the kickoff tee during Pop Warner games...

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