Cliff Harris was one of college football's enigmas in 2011: blessed with first-round talent and the confidence to go with it, Harris missed much of his final season with the Oregon Ducks while suspended after multiple legal incidents, and saw his 2012 NFL Draft stock plummet as a result. He'll have a chance to catch on in the NFL after signing a deal as an undrafted free agent with the Philadelphia Eagles, according to Neil Stratton.
Harris is the sort of playmaker with ball skills, when on, who could develop into an Asante Samuel-like player with Philadelphia. And if he sticks in camp, Harris might yet replace Samuel, who the Eagles shipped to the Atlanta Falcons earlier this week.
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