|Date of birth:||December 23, 1970|
|Place of birth:||Lorain, Ohio|
|NFL Draft:||1994 / Round: 4 / Pick 118|
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Raymont LaShawn Harris (born December 23, 1970 in Lorain, Ohio) is a former college and professional American football running back. He played six seasons in the NFL from 1994 to 2000 for the Chicago Bears, the Green Bay Packers, the Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots.
College career 
He starred at the Ohio State University, where he set the school record for most rushing yards in a bowl game (235) and finished his career at Ohio State as the school's 6th leading rusher of all time. He is currently the 8th leading rusher in the school’s history. Harris finished his career with 2,649 yards rushing.
NFL career 
Harris was drafted in the 4th round with the 114th overall pick by the Chicago Bears in 1994 and subsequently became the starting fullback once Merril Hoge suffered a career ending injury. Harris became an integral part of the 1994 Chicago Bears playoff team. He went on to lead the Bears in rushing for the 1996 NFL season. His career best season came in 1997 where he had a career high of 276 rushing carries for 1,033 rushing yards. He also finished tied for sixth in the NFL with ten rushing touchdowns.
Harris left the Bears after the 1997 season. The rest of his career was plagued by injuries, causing him to miss the 1999 season and spent the final two years of his career with three different teams. He retired in 2001 with 2,509 career rushing yards, 114 receptions for 739 yards, and 17 touchdowns.
Harris acquired multiple nicknames over his career. He was nicknamed the "Ultraback" because of his versatility. He also was nicknamed "Quiet Storm".
Life after Football 
Raymont Harris joined The Ohio State University Department of Athletics in March 2010 as Director of Development. He is responsible for major gifts for all athletic priorities, including endowments and capital projects. Before coming to the Department of Athletics, Harris served as Assistant Director of Development for the Fisher College of Business. In his time at Fisher, Harris oversaw their annual fund, managed the Fisher share holders, and worked to develop the Fisher Commons.
Harris is a native of Lorain, Ohio. He received his undergraduate degree in communications from Ohio State University, where he was a varsity student-athlete on the Buckeye's football team. Upon graduation, Harris spent 6 years playing professional football in the NFL.
Raymont currently resides in New Albany, where he lives with his wife, Leslie, and his three children Shakia, Elijah, and Olivia.
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