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Najee Harris - RB - University of Alabama
The best rookie RB of the class, here we delve into the profile for Najee Harris. We all know the highlight plays, big stiff arms, and iconic hurdles from Najee Harris. He surprised many when he announced his return for his senior season to the University of Alabama, but greatly improved in multiple areas from the 2019 to 2020 season. Playing four years, he accrued many accolades and accomplishments including the Doak Walker Award, Second Team All-SEC, First Team All-SEC, unanimous All-American, two SEC Championships (2020 MVP), and two National Championships with the Tide.
Height: 6′ 2″
Weight: 230 lbs
40-yard dash: DNP
3-cone drill: DNP
20-yard shuttle: DNP
Vertical Jump: DNP
Broad Jump: DNP
Bench Press: DNP
College Career Stats
Harris was a 5-star recruit coming out of high school, and in the top 8 all-time recruits to commit to the University of Alabama, per 247 sports. As a true freshman, Najee was able to carve out a solid workload throughout 10 games. He competed for touches with current NFL players such as running backs Josh Jacobs, Damien Harris, Bo Scarborough, and dual-threat quarterback Jalen Hurts. Following up his solid freshman year Harris had an equally efficient sophomore season with twice as many carries. He was still competing with Josh Jacobs, Damien Harris, and newcomer Brian Robinson. With Jacobs and Harris both declaring for the draft in 2019, Najee was the clear lead back and delivered a breakout season with 1500+ all-purpose yards and 20 touchdowns. Many considered Najee as a top-tier running back prospect and everyone assumed he would declare for the draft in 2019. Surprising to many, Najee made the decision to return to the University of Alabama for his senior season. Somehow he was able to improve upon his breakout season putting up almost 1900 all-purpose yards and 30 total touchdowns. He also showed growth from his junior to senior season on tape, improving his burst and showing he’s even more capable in the receiving game.
Najee Harris looks like he is primed to be a 3 down workhorse in the NFL with great size at 6’1” and 230 lbs. He consistently improved every year, especially in the receiving game. He not only showed he could be a capable receiver out of the backfield, but he also ran legitimate routes with reliable hands. Harris utilizes his big frame in his powerful running style, demonstrating