Parys Haralson was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the 5th round in the 2006 NFL Draft.
19 Facts About Parys Haralson
Parys Haralson played college football for the Tennessee Volunteers as a defensive end.
Parys Haralson was a member of the Jackson Clarion-Ledger's Dandy Dozen prospects in Mississippi.
Parys Haralson was a two-time Class 5A All-State and three-time All-Metro choice.
Parys Haralson recorded 148 tackles, 10 sacks and one interception as a senior.
Parys Haralson came up with 25 tackles, a 15-yard sack and two stops for losses of 20 yards.
Parys Haralson was a Freshman All-SEC pick by the Knoxville News Sentinel.
Parys Haralson tied for the team lead with 4.5 sacks and had 14.5 stops for losses of 62 yards.
Parys Haralson recovered a fumble and made ten quarterback pressures.
Parys Haralson was the team captain and an All-SEC second-team choice.
Parys Haralson recorded 43 tackles and ranked second in the conference with seven sacks and 13.5 stops for losses of 53 yards.
Parys Haralson tied the school season-record with 21 quarterback pressures.
Parys Haralson caused and recovered two fumbles, returning one 18 yards for a touchdown.
Parys Haralson led the team and ranked fourth in the conference with 8.5 sacks.
Parys Haralson finished third in the SEC with 16.5 stops for losses of 78 yards, the eighth-best season total in school history.
Parys Haralson had three forced fumbles and deflected a pass.
Parys Haralson finished the 2008 season leading the 49ers with 8 sacks.
Parys Haralson was injured in the Saints' first playoff game and was unable to play in their second one.
At the time of his death, Parys Haralson worked in sales for a San Francisco-based startup.