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Name: Javon Harris 
College: Oklahoma     Number: 30
Height: 5-11   Weight: 199
Position: SS  Pos2: FS/ST
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2013

40 Low: 4.52
   40 Time: 4.62
  40 High: 4.73
Projected Round:   Stock:   High: FA  Low: Tryouts
Rated number 57 out of 175 SS's     9999 / 2424 TOTAL
Combine Invite: 
Height: 5112
Weight: 199
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Dates: 03/13/13
Height: 5112
Weight: 199
40 Yrd Dash: 4.62
20 Yrd Dash: 2.73
10 Yrd Dash: 1.64
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 15
Vertical Jump: 34
Broad Jump: 09'11"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.14
3-Cone Drill: 7.08

   40 Time Range: 4.62-4.65
 Data Scout Notes: 2012: NAC/HMM...2011: NA...2010: NA
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 Draft Scout Javon Harris News
08/28/13 - S Javon Harris was waived by the Cardinals.
04/17/13 - 2013 NFL DRAFT: 124 FBS PROGRAMS, 124 POSSIBLE UNDRAFTED ROOKIE FREE AGENTS: OKLAHOMA: S Javon Harris (5-11, 199, 4.62)...The “other” safety next to Tony Jefferson, Harris is a physical striker and finished second on the team in tackles (86) last season along with a team-best six interceptions. - Dane Brugler,
12/09/12 - 2012 ALL-BIG 12 HONORABLE MENTION (MEDIA): Defensive back: Javon Harris, Oklahoma, has been selected Honorable Mention All-Big 12 Conference (Media selection) for the 2012 college football season. - Oklahoma football
10/10/12 - Javon Harris knows well the mistakes he made that cost him a spot in the starting lineup and landed him at the center of the criticism of Oklahoma's pass defense. All that is behind him now. Harris and the retooled Sooners' secondary are off to a strong start this season, ranking ninth in the nation in passing defense after a brutal finish to 2011. In the first big test for the secondary this season, Harris came up with one of the team's three interceptions and returned it 46 yards for a touchdown that put Oklahoma comfortably ahead of Texas Tech in the third quarter of a 41-20 win Saturday. That avenged a loss to the Red Raiders a season ago, when the Sooners were gashed for 452 yards through the air in one of several poor performances that stuck with Harris and the rest of the secondary throughout the offseason. ''We stayed on each other about each and every thing that we needed to do and just took it over to this year,'' Harris said. ''We know that last year was last year. We don't dwell on things that happened last year, just like we don't dwell on things that happen game to game. We just go in there and try to get better each week. We correct each other. ''We're brothers out there. If somebody's messing up, if somebody needs to work on something, we tell each other. It's all about the love. You've got to love the game. You've got to love each other.'' - AP Sports
10/06/12 - When Oklahoma left for its Big 12 road game at Texas Tech, the Sooners carried some reasons for concern. The 17th-ranked Sooners had been downed by Kansas State in their conference opener and hadn't defeated Texas Tech in Lubbock since 2003. Add to that a sometimes-sputtering Oklahoma offense this season and Texas Tech's sudden rise to the top of the national rankings in defense and it looked like a trap for Oklahoma. But the Sooners showed they're still a force in the Big 12. Oklahoma scored on five consecutive possessions and safety Javon Harris' 46-yard interception return for a touchdown on the way to dismantling Texas Tech, 41-20, on Saturday at Jones AT&T Stadium. Texas Tech (4-1, 1-1 Big 12) came into the game giving up 167.5 yards per game and ranked atop the nation in total defense. However, the Red Raiders surrendered 251 yards and 24 points to the Sooners in the first half as Oklahoma took a 24-13 lead. The Red Raiders forced Oklahoma to punt on the Sooners' second offensive series of the first half, but Oklahoma scored on every other possession of the first, second and third quarters. Texas Tech finally forced Oklahoma to punt early in the fourth quarter, but trailed by four touchdowns at that point. - The Sports Xchange
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