2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about DAMIEN HARRIS: Alabama, 5101 216 4.56. Three-year starter from Richmond, KY. After the surprise decision to return for his senior season, Harris continued to show his NFL-ready, physical style that can keep the chains moving. While he lacks standout, top tier attributes within his game, he is as safe a pick as you will find in the 2019 draft. His legs are bricks and his footwork more than good enough to factor in space. Also showed more ability as a receiver in 2018 as the offense transformed to a more traditional passing attack in contrast to the previous two seasons. This is a week one contributor who will excel in a power-back role but could end up being much more. Built like a rock but can move like a lion. Low to the ground with power, balance, and burst. Takes contact and remains balanced with ease. Huge part of his game is breaking through initial contact and falling forward. Rarely goes down right away. Hungry and angry runner that will make you work overtime to get him on the ground. Tree-trunk legs that can handle hit after hit. Does his damage as the defense starts to get worn out and he is just getting started. Keeps his shoulders and hips square which allows him to cut back on demand with ease. A physical force that can outrun most defenders in the open field. Has better hands than given credit for, he can really pluck it. Will get stiff and stubborn at times. Needs to show a more natural flow and reaction when the intended running lanes are crowded. Lack of innovation in space and his vision can be late. Has had fumble issues over the past two years that show up at inopportune times. 2018 stats: 876 yds, 5.8 ypc, 9 TD, 22 rec, 204 yds, 9.3 ypr, 0 TD. OSR:14/24. Second/ third round. (A-30 3/4, H-9 3/4, BP-16, SS-DNP).