University of Alabama RB Najee Harris
If you read my mock drafts, you must have realized two key things. 1: I am a big Najee Harris fan. 2. I am starting to repeat myself on why I am a big Najee Harris fan.
Truth be told, I am currently fighting the urge to copy and paste my old takes on Harris, but I will say this. Coming into the 2019 draft, one of my personal favorite players was second round pick and current Green Bay Packer A.J. Dillon. I am a huge fan of big backs who are fast. Harris is exactly that and is still taller than Dillon.
The hope is that Harris can be more of a Derrick Henry than a Trent Richardson, but after seeing the drop off in quality from Myles Gaskin to Jordan Howard should make fans realize that we could use another running back. Harris is the top back on my board and he should be a player that Flores and Co. are targeting.
Purdue University WR Rondale Moore
With Preston Williams leaving last Sunday’s game with a foot injury, many assumed he’d be able to suit up against the Los Angeles Chargers. That is not the case and, while the team trusts the receivers on the rosters, Phins fans should worry with Williams now on IR.
Naturally the expectation is that DeVante Parker and the tight ends pick up Williams targets, but the reliability of the wideouts behind Parker drops off without Williams.
Enter Rondale Moore.
If players were able to enter the draft after their freshman years, then Moore would’ve gone in the first round. However, an injury riddled sophomore year and COVID-19 issues in the country has hurt Moore. However, I do believe that Moore will test off the charts at the combine.
Moore is one of the more difficult players to find a comparison for, but it seems the best one might be current Seattle Seahawks wideout Tyler Lockett. Early in his career he was an elite kick returner and later became an elite wideout. Moore is as great at kick and punt returning and is a much better wideout coming out from college than Lockett was.
Moore should end up going much higher in this draft, but if he’s here in this spot, it would be a mistake to pass on him.