Miami would need to use an early draft pick to take Harris
Harris has quite possibly passed Etienne as the top-back in the draft, it will depend on how the teams have their draft board set up. For the Dolphins, Harris should be their top back.
There are a few players the Dolphins could take In order to continue to build the Alabama-to-Miami pipeline and it does help having Tagovailoa at the helm. Harris and Tagovailoa came in the same class at Alabama and have that connection.
Harris is a powerful running back who is shockingly fast and has soft hands in the passing game. He would be eased in as the workhorse back, and having Gaskin could make it a much more seamless transition.
After watching the Super Bowl, it was clear that the Chiefs went away from the run too early and let Patrick Mahomes get rushed every play. Bringing in Harris, and drafting Oregon offensive tackle Penei Sewell, could be the answer in setting a dominant run game.
The Dolphins definitely need to give Tagovailoa new wideouts, but a dominate run game would open the offense up more and drafting Harris, or any running back, would allow the money to target an elite wideout in free agency.