Friday, December 4, 2015

1976 Profile: Harry Banks

No. 21
"A knee injury prior to the Bills' training camp last summer necessitated surgery and Banks was placed on Injured Reserve for the entire 1975 season.
Harry was a starting defensive back for Michigan in 1974, successfully making the conversion from running back after missing the entire 1973 season with a broken hand. He was involved in 52 tackles in 1974 and had one pass interception. Harry rushed for 382 yards in 1972, scoring five touchdowns. His twin brother Larry was a starting defensive end for Michigan last year.
Banks majored in physical education. He was an outstanding hurdler at John F. Kennedy High School in Cleveland. He enjoys music, reading and art."

-Buffalo Bills 1976 Yearbook

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