The one selected by the Steelers in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft, has been on Mexican soil for a few days and did not miss the opportunity to enjoy the best wrestling in the world, that of the World Wrestling Council.
Undoubtedly a great fan of Mexican culture, he visited the Cathedral of wrestling, where he had the opportunity to accompany the “children’s idol”, Atlantis; In his presentation, the latter in gratitude gave Najee Harris one of his precious masks.
At the end of the function, both athletes had the opportunity to exchange a few words.
“I am very happy to be here in Mexico and enjoying this spectacular sport, Atlantis is a great person and I was certainly able to appreciate the flights better, better than on TV, wow, it’s really crazy!” Accented the RB.
For Atlantis, the visit of this superstar was very gratifying, plus having been accompanied by an athlete who is full of great energy and good vibes, and who; just like he encourages children to practice any discipline.
The Pittsburgh running back, Steelers also took advantage of his short, but fruitful trip to the capital, to report that his bond with the Mexican fans will be even stronger, as he will create children’s camps in Guadalajara and CDMX. This activity is a Harris initiative and has nothing to do with the Steelers, but it will certainly create a passion for the awesome sport of American football in the kids.
Harris has been a professional for two years in which he has participated in 34 regular season games and accumulates 2,234 rushing yards with 14 touchdowns after rushing 579 times. The running back has proven to be an invaluable receiver, as he has caught 145 of the 147 passes thrown his way for 696 yards and six scores.