Last Updated on: August 11, 2020 by: Lucifer
American football running back Najee Harris plays for Alabama Crimson Tide football team. The player associated with the University of Alabama is the recipient of the 2019 Second Team All-SEC honor, including the CFP National Champion and SEC Champion prize in 2017 and 2018.
Najee Harris Bio & Family; High School, College, Family
The athlete was born on 9 March 1998 in Martinez, California. Talking about his family, his early childhood was a misery. Najee’s mother, Tianna Hicks, tried a lot to save her marriage with his father but failed. While moving to the Bay Area and Seattle, the family was once homeless. Despite so much family effort, his father continued to struggle with drugs and alcohol.
Besides them, his other family members include two brothers and a sister. After moving to Antioch, his family started looking for cheap rents. The player stands 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m) tall and 104 kg body weight.
High School & College Playing Details!
The 22-year-old went to Antioch High School in Antioch, California, to commence his footballing career. In 2014, he made a brilliant statistic of 23 touchdowns with a rush of 2,263 yards during his sophomore year. Likewise, as a junior, out of 36 touchdowns, his rushing yards were 2744.
For college, he chose Alabama Crimson Tide and, during freshman season, played 14 games. She had a terrific season ending it with 370 yards on 61 carries averaging 6.1 yards per carrying. During the sophomore season, he recorded 783 years on 117 carries in 15 games and made a career-high 135 yards. The best NFL prospect has started running back for his college team in the lights of players like Josh Jacobs and Damien Harris. A brilliant 1224 yards in his junior season, Najee made 13 touchdowns.
Is He Dating Anyone?
Despite many family issues and more, Najee always kept his personal life away from the media radar. There is still a dilemma for many to know whether he is possible dating anyone or is still single.
Some Interesting Facts About Najee Harris
- Najee’s family moved to Antioch in the summer of 2013.
- He became the number one recruit in the class of 2017, as given by Scout.
- In 2017, ESPN made him the number three overall prospect.
- The athlete received offers from multiple top football programs including, Alabama Crimson Tide, Michigan Wolverines, and Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
- In 2015, he committed to the Alabama Crimson Tide.
- He was one of the most hyped running back recruits since Bryce Brown in 2009 and Leonard Fournette in 2014.