Overview
Nic Harris is a safety for the Buffalo Bills, who selected him with the 147th overall pick in the fifth round of the 2009 NFL Draft. Harris played four seasons of college football at Oklahoma, where he was a three-time All-Big 12 selection. Harris is 6-feet, 3-inches tall and weighs 230 pounds.
Prep Career
Rivals.com ranked Harris as the No. 5 safety prospect in the class of 2005. As a senior at Alexandria High School in Alexandria, LA, Harris racked up 74 total tackles. He had 11 interceptions, four of which he returned for touchdowns. Harris was one of the most highly recruited prospects in Louisiana, and announced on signing day that he chose Oklahoma over Michigan.
Freshman Year
Harris started twice as a true freshman, including once alongside fellow true freshman Reggie Smith (against Kansas State). That marked just the second time in Oklahoma history that two freshmen started in the secondary in the same game.
Sophomore Year
As a sophomore, Harris led Oklahoma with four interceptions, playing primarily in the nickel defense until late in the season. He earned second team All-Big 12 honors, finishing tied for fourth in the conference in interceptions.
Junior Year
As a junior, Harris was tabbed as a first team All-Big 12 selection, finishing the season with 74 total tackles, including 9.5 for a loss. He had two interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown against North Texas.
Senior Year
Harris was a repeat first team selection as a senior, finishing off his career with a 75-tackle season. For his Oklahoma career, Harris totaled 233 tackles and seven interceptions. After the 2008 season, Harris was chosen to participate in the Senior Bowl, however he missed the game due to a hamstring injury he suffered during practice.
NFL Career
Nic Harris was selected in the fifth round (147th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft by the Buffalo Bills. Before the 2009 season, Harris signed a contract with Buffalo. Terms were not disclosed.

The Bills converted Harris to a linebacker as a rookie, and he played in 15 games, recording 30 total tackles. He suffered a knee injury before the season finale, forcing him to end the 2009 season on injured reserve.
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