2021 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about NAJEE HARRIS: Alabama, 6017 230 4.55. Senior entry, two-year starter, Antioch, AL. Was also a key part of the running game in 2018. Former 5-star recruit who earned first-team All SEC and All-America honors in 2020. Harris had to patiently wait his turn in the Crimson Tide’s backfield early on in his career. He blossomed at the right time as a senior, finishing as the program’s all-time leader in touchdowns with 54. The Doak Walker Award winner put together the kind of tape that can easily put him as the top running back in the class discussion. He has unique size, power, and hunger. His every down capabilities should land him a starting spot in a backfield right away. Possesses top tier physical traits. Tall but bendy and capable of running with a low pad level. Has a frame that comfortably holds above average weight for the position without compromising his movement quality and speed. Light, accurate, and efficient on his feet, fully capable of moving in and out of breaks with balance, precision, and control. Keeps his eyes and footwork coordinated. Rarely appears off balance. Can take hits like a grown man playing against boys. Will re-gather himself after contact and pick up a lot of yards afterward. Will stay square to the line and defenders as he runs laterally, always ready to explode downhill. Naturally makes himself small and slippery when necessary. Improved and excelled as a receiver each year of his career. An every down back who won’t ever have to come off the field. Will give up too much ground at times on outside runs as he waits for his running lane. Needs to sustain better contact as a blocker. Pad level and effort as a blocker do not match up when comparing them as a runner. 2020 stats: 1466 yds, 5.8 ypc, 26 TD, 43 rec, 425 yds, 9.9 ypr, 4 TD. First/second round. (A-33 3/8, H-10, BP-NA, SS-NA).