Former Tiger Jordan Harold chases NFL dream with unique approach

Harold was too short to play defensive end in the Southeastern Conference, but that didn’t keep him from landing a spot on the roster in 2015. In 2016 he earned a scholarship and a starting job. In 2017, he was voted a team captain. It still goes down as one of Mizzou’s greatest out-of-nowhere

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