According to multiple reports, No. 1 recruit Najee Harris has arrived at Alabama, shutting down his recruitment and landing with the Crimson Tide:
Harris announced earlier in the week that he wasn’t sure where he was going after the Army All-American Game, but whichever school he went do would be where he was going for college.
The top running back has been committed to Alabama since 2015, but Jim Harbaugh and Michigan put on pressure over the last year or so in an attempt to get him to Ann Arbor.
Despite the reported interest, Harris’ commitment was projected 50 percent to USC, 33 percent to Michigan and just 17 percent to Alabama, per 247sports’ Crystal Ball.
Harris has offers from Alabama, Michigan, USC, Ohio State, Georgia, Notre Dame, Texas and Tennessee, among others.
Harris, a five-star prospect, rushed for just under 3,000 yards and had 36 total touchdowns last season.