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Strong Points: Three-year starter for Alabama. Productive. Runs hard between the tackles. Burst to get outside. Patient -- sets up blocks. Runs low and hard, allowing him to get yardage after contact. Reliable receiver with good hands and the ability to adjust to the ball. Probably Alabama's best pass blocker last season. Good play speed.
Weak Points: Not overly elusive. Might be the starter at Alabama but not necessarily the best back in their stable. Is he the product of a great offensive line? Good (not great) instincts.
The Way We See It: One of the few multi-year starters at Alabama who stuck around as a senior. The starter in his final three seasons, but Harris received fewer touches last season with the emergence of two underclassmen. Williams might be a jack of all trades and master of none. He has good size, speed and strength, and quickly gets to the hole. But he is mainly a one-cut, north-south runner who only gets what is there. Harris is a good back, and dependable in pass pro, but he isn't special. He might never be a consistent starter, but he can be very good as a role player and rotational runner. Get him in the right system and he will produce.