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2021 NFL Draft Prospect Interview: Christian Harmon, DB, Midland University

Christian Harmon
Christian Harmon the feisty defensive back from Midland University recently sat down with NFL Draft Diamonds owner Damond Talbot.

Name: Christian Harmon
• Height: 5’11”
• Weight: 190
• Position: DB
• College: Midland University
• Twitter: @402YoungC

What is the best restaurant in your hometown city?

• Time Out Chicken forsure. 

When breaking down your film what will stick out?

• Ball skills, sure tackling, and just overall hustle flying around the field.

If you won the lotto, what is the first thing you would do with the money?

• Pay off debt and buy my family a house.

What has been your biggest failure?

• Being an air headfirst couple years of college. I was worried about the wrong people and things which led to me slipping up in other things such as the classroom and just overall life. 

What do your teammates say is your best quality?

• I would have to say just the way I carry myself both as a person off the field and an athlete on the field. I’m just a guy who only cares about winning, and I think that may rub off on the rest of the team. I truly believe we need everyone to achieve our goal so I hold everyone to the same standard and expectations no matter where they are at on the depth chart. 

Who is the hardest working teammate on your team?

• This may be one of the toughest questions to answer but I’m going to go with Dalton Tremayne. Ever since he came in as a freshman, you could tell this dude was a bit crazy, but he’s all about work. Basically broke his leg during the season, and then pulled his quad when he came back, and this summer he has already run 20+ MPH numerous times during workouts. 

Have you ever had a nickname? What is it?

• People just call me Christian. 

What is your degree in, if you do not make it as a football player, what is your dream job?

• Business with a focus in Management and Marketing. My dream job is to be a GM or someone in the front office of a professional sports team, preferably the Lakers or AZ Cardinals. 

What is your coolest life moment?

• Becoming a Dad. Made me see things from an entirely different perspective. Everything I do now isn’t just for me. 

What song would you sing at Karaoke night?

• I Call Your Name – Switch

If you could pick any actor to play you in a movie, who are you picking?

• My guy Denzel Washington would get the job done, no doubt. 

Who is your favorite football team?

• Midland University and the AZ Cardinals

If you had a warning label, what would yours say?

• All About Business

What is your biggest fear?

• Snakes, and it’s not even close

Who is the most underrated player in the NFL?

• Kevin Byard

Take us through game day, How do you prepare?

• Wake up and go over my scouting report. I go to the chapel and get my mind right, go over some more game film, eat breakfast with the team, stretch and get loose, go back into the locker room, and go over the scouting report until it’s time to leave for the stadium. Pregame I like to listen to Nipsey Hussle, Kodak, or an Omaha rapper named Roasty. 

Do you have any hobbies?

• When I’m not working out or at work, I like to just sit with my son and watch him play.

If you had to compare yourself to someone in the NFL, who would that be?

• Kevin Byard

Who has been the biggest influence on your life and explain why?

• My father. Took me to every practice and game growing up. He is my biggest critiquer and instilled in me to never get complacent and settle for what I have. Always strive for more. 

What motivates you to work hard?

• Knowing there’s always someone out there getting better trying to take my spot, or steal an opportunity from me. The past few years more and more Nebraska guys have been getting notoriety and making it to the next level, and I want to join that group as well. 

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