Cliff Harris, an undrafted free agent out of Ouachita Baptist, signed with the Dallas Cowboys in 1970 and soon became an intimidating presence for a Cowboys defense that never fell out of the Top 10 in his decade at free safety (1970-1979). Harris was a part one of the best defensive backfields ever in the NFL. The hard-hitting "Captain Crash" was a six-time Pro Bowler (1974-1979) and a four-time 1st team All-Pro selection from 1975-1978. Harris is one of the few players in NFL history who have played in five Super Bowls. He helped Cowboys win world titles in 1971 and 1977. Harris had 29 interceptions (including six during the playoffs) and 16 fumble recoveries during his career. He was chosen by the Hall of Fame Selection Committee to the NFL's 1970s All-Decade Team, the Dallas Cowboys Silver Season All-Time Team and the prestigious Dallas Cowboys Ring of Honor in 2004. Harris has also been inducted into the NAIA Hall of Fame and the Arkansas Sports HOF. In 2013, the inaugural Cliff Harris Award was presented to the Small College Defensive Player of the Year. He is the author of two very successful books - Tales from the Dallas Cowboys written with Charlie Waters and Captain Crash and the Dallas Cowboys: From Sideline to Goal Line with Cliff Harris. �Harris is active in civic affairs, having served on numerous boards including the National Paralysis Foundation, NFL Alumni, FCA, CASA, the Dallas Rehabilitation Institute, American Diabetes Association and today he serves on the Board of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). For over twenty years Cliff's celebrity golf tournaments have been supporting Dallas area charities. This year's Cliff Harris Reunion Classic benefitting the JDRF will be held in June. Harris is currently a principal with Energy Transfer Technologies in Dallas.