In his rookie year, the former Alabama standout finished with 1,200 rushing yards, 467 receiving yards, and ten total touchdowns.
He finished fourth in rushing yards, fourth in all-purpose yards, and led all running backs in receptions.
More importantly, he did not have a fumble in 381 touches.
His versatility allows him to contribute to both facets of their offense and helped the squad to a postseason appearance.
That’s why the Steelers see great things for the 2021 Pro Bowler.
Despite his initial success, he is not taking a break from his training by doing this insane exercise.
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BlitzVideos shared a video of Harris doing pull-ups while having 115 pounds of weight above his abdominals.
Just by looking at it, only super-humans can achieve this feat because the extra weight makes it a difficult exercise.
Indeed, he went crazy on this workout but it helps him perform better on the field.
That extra weight will help him break tackles, especially if linemen and linebackers are trying to tackle him.
He can also power his way through the gaps created by their offensive line without thinking about slipping or getting tripped.
Harris Banners New Era Of Steelers Football
He had the privilege of playing with two-time Super Bowl winner Ben Roethlisberger last season.
But with him retired after 18 NFL seasons, Harris will be one of the central figures in the Steelers offense.
Their starting quarterback, whoever it will be, will continue to look for him, be it from the backfield or behind the defensive line.
Harris has the makings of an All-Pro running back and it will only be a matter of time before he becomes one.NEXT: Kenny Pickett Stays Near The Top Of The NFL On A Surprising List