Versatile Lineman Returns for 2019 Season
The Salina Liberty has announced that versatile lineman Dana Harris Jr. has signed with the club and will return for his second season.
The 6-foot-3, 318-pound Harris played 11 games last season for the Liberty, which finished with a 10-4 record and just missed advancing to the finals of the Champions Indoor Football playoffs.
Harris, who also played for Dodge City during the 2017 season, ended up playing nearly every position on the offensive and defensive lines last year for the Liberty and also. He finished with five tackles on defense.
Harris, a native of Detroit, attended Madison Heights High school and then played at Grand Rapids Community College where he was honorable mention All-Midwest Football Conference while helping his team to an 11-0 undefeated season. Harris then went on to play at Youngstown State University.
The Liberty open their fourth season March 16 at home with a pre-season game against Topeka Flight at Tony's Pizza Event Center. Salina will be part of the CIF's Northern Conference with the Wichita Force, Sioux City Bandits and Omaha Beef. The Southern Conference consists of the Amarillo Venom, Oklahoma Flying Aces, Duke City Gladiators and Texas Revolution. The Liberty will play a 12-game regular season schedule in 2019.