Derrick Henry is 6-3, nears 250 pounds and has shoulders as wide as a house.
Harris was selected by the New England Patriots with the 87th pick in this year's draft. Harris spent four years with the Crimson Tide, totaling over 3,000 yards during his collegiate career.
Henry and Harris played together in 2015, when the former took home the Heisman Trophy. The two will now be able to face off on opposite ends of the field this year.
Henry has carved out a solid NFL career so far, steadily increasing his amount of yards each season. The 24-year-old picked up just over 1,000 yards last season, which is more than his first two seasons combined.
Henry had the longest rush in a single game at 99 yards against the Jaguars last year, tying Dallas Cowboys RB Tony Dorsett's run against the Vikings in 1983. In the same month, Henry put together seven touchdowns in three games.
Harris has a lot to live up to as an Alabama RB, and appears to be the second option behind Sony Michel on the Patriots' depth chart.