Sophomore Chris LeFlore enters fall camp hoping to provide valuable depth at cornerback in a re-tooled Nebraska secondary. LeFlore, the younger brother of senior receiver Mark LeFlore, is listed as a reserve at the right corner position.The Huskers lost both 2004 starting corners, including senior Lornell McPherson and junior Fabian Washington who departed early for the NFL Draft. The LeFlore's are one of two brother combinations on the 2005 team, and part of a long-standing tradition of Omaha Central standouts in the Nebraska program.
2004 (Redshirt Freshman)
LeFlore was a reserve in the secondary, but did not see game action.
A walk-on, LeFlore sat out as a redshirt in his first year at Nebraska.
Before Nebraska (Omaha Central HS)
LeFlore starred as a wide receiver and defensive back at Omaha Central High School for Coach Joe McMenamin. LeFlore earned honorable-mention all-state honors from the Omaha World-Herald as a senior, when he had 307 yards receiving, including three touchdowns and made 34 tackles and three interceptions on defense. LeFlore helped the Eagles to the Class A state playoffs each of his three seasons. He also earned one letter in basketball and two in track, where he was part of one of the state's top 4x100-meter relay teams.
The son of Floretta and Mark LeFlore Sr., Chris was born on Aug. 23, 1985. He is majoring in communication studies and has volunteered his time with the Scouts Under Lights Program and in local hospital visits.