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Leilehua graduate on ballot for College Football Hall of Fame

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Al Harris is in the running to become only the second player from Hawaii to be named to the College Football Hall of Fame.

Harris, a 1975 Leilehua High graduate, is among 76 players on the National Football Foundation ballot for the 2012 Hall class. Voting concludes at the end of the month.

Harris was an All-American defensive end for Arizona State in 1978 and a Lombardi and Outland Trophy finalist.

He played 12 years in the NFL.

Saint Mary’s and Saint Louis School running back Herman Wedemeyer is the only player from Hawaii in the South Bend, Ind.-based Hall of Fame.

 
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