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We were kind of hoping Jacory Harris would make good on his promise to grow out an Afro until the Canes won a national championship, but January 2011 is an awful long time to wait to trim your tresses. 

Instead, you'll notice his intricate haircut, and it's all thanks to Steven Rivera, the team's un-official barber. The Miami Hurricane profiled the 23-year-old, who got connected with the team when he met Javarris James's brother in jail while working as a correctional officer. 

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