Toni Harris Just Made NCAA Football History!

Toni Harris Just Made NCAA Football History!

Toni Harris Just Made NCAA Football History!

She has dreams of becoming the first woman to play in the National Football League, and she already has her mind made up on the team: the Seattle Seahawks.

A female football player has made history today, announcing her commitment to a college football program, becoming the first woman skill player to sign a letter of intent.

The Detroit native now plays free safety for East Los Angeles Community College.

Harris, a Detroit native who stands 5-7 inches tall and weighs 164 pounds, played at East Los Angeles College for the past two seasons.

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The RAV4 commercial shows footage of a younger version of Harris advancing in her football career and training for her future. Multiple reports said Harris also received an offer from Bethany College, an NAIA school in Kansas.

Harris, who appeared in a Super Bowl ad earlier this year, is extremely confident in her abilities. "I'm going to focus on my goals".

In 2017, Becca Longo, a kicker from Arizona, became the first female to earn a football scholarship to an NCAA school at the Division II level or higher when she committed to Adams State University in Alamosa, Colo. "I'm going to be working toward that until the death of me".

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