He's one of the top young up-and-coming safeties in the National Football League. And he just took care of some important unfinished business.
Packers safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix headed down to Tuscaloosa, Alabama to put on a cap and gown and walk with fellow graduates after earning his bachelor's degree from the University of Alabama.
"After leaving school early chasing a check I realized what paper was most important and that was my degree," Clinton-Dix said in an Instagram post.
After leaving school early chasing a check I realized what paper was most important and that was my degree. Congratulations to everyone who walked this weekend. I Can’t describe how it felt to walk across the stage and finish what I started. Thank you to my academic advisors for pushing and making sure I had all the resources and tools to accomplish this goal forever grateful. @univofalabama @alabamafbl #Rolltide #Alumi #criminaljusticemajor #God100 #MollyDowd #Jondever #joyBurroughs #EmilyRoberts #ChelseaMayers many more thank you thank you thank you
Clinton-Dix left Alabama after three years (2011-13) and was drafted by the Packers in 2014.
As a Packer, Clinton-Dix has 11 interceptions, two forced fumbles and 283 tackles over four years. He made the 2016 Pro Bowl after a five-interception season.