Processing Speed ~ How Rapidly & Effectively they Read & React to the rapidly changing LandScape in front'f'm
Power ~ How forcefully they Run the Ball
Acceleration ~ I don't give a Rat's Ass about "40" Time. How Quickly do they Hit The Hole & Turn the Corner?
Fluidity ~ How Serpentine he flows through Traffic.
Ricochet ~ How Explosively they Burst out'f their Breaks when they Change Directions
Security ~ How reliably he holds onto the PigSkin
Pass Blocking ~ Can they stay on the field without endangering their QuarterBack's Life?
Pass Receiving ~ Are they a true Dual Threat ~ what I call a FlexBack?
I think that deploying a Feature Back is a ridiculously stupid way to go: You'll get much better results if your HalfBacks aren't constantly battered and bruised. It's the most punishing Position in the entire Game, as evidenced by the notoriously short Shelf Lives of HalfBacks ~ especially Feature Backs.
As such, it makes no sense to me to have less than 3 reasonably capable HalfBacks to share the Load.
After all: That's about 400-500 Tackles they need to absorb, each Year.
Nobody's asking any "Wide Receivers" to absorb 400 Tackles a Year, last I checked!!
And most of those are at the hands of 200 Pound CornerBacks, not 300 Pound Gorillas!!
And as it's quite obviously best for the Team to split up the Carries, it stands to reason that most HalfBacks simply don't warrant 1st Round Investments...with some few notable exceptions!!
Power ~ Outstanding. Harris boasts phenomenal Core Strength, and it shows.
Acceleration ~ Good.
Ricochet ~ Adept.
Fluidity ~ Adept.
Security ~ Solid.
Pass Blocking ~ Sketchy.
Pass Receiving ~ Adept.
But he commands phenomenal Field Vision and quite enough Power & Agility to take full advantage of it.
And it's quite clear, on the Field and on'is Combine Numbers, that he's fully recovered from'is Injuries.
Not to be cavalier or dismissive, but Kids do mistakes and Injuries do happen.
Mind you: repeated mistakes and repeated Injuries are a very real concern. And the fact that all 3 Injuries were to the same Left Knee raises serious questions about'is future. But there is also extraordinary UpSide, here.
And ~ ironically ~ his Left Knee may actually benefit from Harris prospectively starting up lower on the Depth Chart and thus having to carry a lighter load for a Year or two: It may be just what it needs to develop lasting Strength.
Consensus Market Value