Connor Barwin’s Tackles for Houston Pledge Drive
Former University of Cincinnati standout Connor Barwin left Clifton for Houston, Texas to start his NFL career when the Texans drafted the Michigan native in the second round of the 2009 NFL Draft with the 46th overall selection.
After spending four seasons in Houston, Barwin’s career also saw him spend four seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles prior to signing with the Los Angeles Rams this spring.
The former Bearcat is now playing to help the Houston Food Bank following Hurricane Harvey and the destruction it left in a town he called home and still has friends living.
Bearcat fans, you can also join Connor in his efforts with a pledge to Connor Barwin’s Tackles for Houston.
Click on the following link to show support.