STEELERS NATION RADIO MOCK DRAFT: 2 For Harris..1 For Jenkins

I have already stated since before the 2020 NFL season came to an end, that Alabama running back, Najee Harris should be the Pittsburgh Steelers first round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft. And although a plethora of analysts believe it will never happen, two members of the Triple Take Team on the Steelers Radio Network have my back.

Please keep in mind that the opinions of these Steelers Radio Network Personalities do not reflect the views of the Steelers organization, nor Steelers World 1.

MATT WILLIAMSON’S PICK: Najee Harris, RB, Alabama

Analysis: “The Steelers couldn’t count on their running game last year. Why not add the best back in the draft, and a guy that fits Pittsburgh extremely well?”

Harris definitely would fit the Steelers scheme of things, a running back with the speed of Willie Parker and the IQ of a Jerome Bettis. Let alone the vision of one former Steelers RB I dare not mention.

DALE LOLLEY’S PICK: Najee Harris, RB, Alabama

Analysis: “The best running back in the draft. The early run on offensive tackles, takes that position off the board.”

Lolley’s point is, there are a ton of offensive lineman entering in this year’s draft. A ton of talented linemen with plenty of room to nurture and grow. Running backs come out of college with that killer instinct you don’t find in many. So why let a gem pass you by when the opportunity is there?

MIKE PRISUTA’S PICK: Teven Jenkins, OT, Oklahoma State

Analysis: “He’s a man, 6-foot-6, 320 pounds.”

Really Mike? Is that your argument? That he is 6-foot-6 and 320? Do you know how many offensive lineman coming out of the college ranks are 6-foot-6, 320 pounds? Basically all of them! (By the way, Teven Jenkins is no relationship to me).

PLUS ONE..ME!

STEELERS WORLD 1’S PICK: Najee Harris, RB, Alabama

Analysis: “Seriously, what could be better for the Steelers to draft Harris, then pick up Adrian Peterson at the veteran minimum? You always need a mentor in all positions on the field. Something Pittsburgh was without in the backfield last season.”

Am I wrong? From Jerome Bettis to Willie Parker. Hines Ward to Antonio Brown. Tommy Maddox to Ben Roethlisberger. There has always been a veteran to show the the youngsters the ropes. So look for A.P. mentoring Harris this season for the Steelers. Mark my words. #HereWeGo

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