As one of the greatest college football coaches of all time, Nick Saban has made an lasting impression on 15 years worth of Alabama talent.
One of those players is Cleveland Browns safety Ronnie Harrison.
Responding to a video of Saban working with the current Alabama squad on Twitter, Harrison shared a message about his former coach.
“He aine lost a step,” the three-year Crimson Tide star wrote.
He aine lost a step 🤣🐐🐐💯 https://t.co/bdikWi7wIS
— Ronnie Harrison II (@Rharr_15) August 7, 2021
Harrison played under Saban in Tuscaloosa from 2015-17. During his tenure with the program, the standout safety logged 174 tackles, seven interceptions and helped the team to two national championship victories (2015, 2017).
The Jaguars selected Harrison with the 93rd overall pick in the 2018 draft. Through his first two seasons in Jacksonville, the talented young safety notched 22 starts and three interceptions. Prior to the 2020 season, Harrison was traded to Cleveland in exchange for a 2021 fifth-round pick.
Through this past season with the Browns, Harrison logged one interception and 38 tackles in seven starts.
At 69 years old, it appears Saban is still taking a hands on approach to coaching — something that his young players likely appreciate.
The veteran head coach underwent a successful right hip replacement surgery back in 2019, saying he wanted to get the problem dealt with so he could “coach for a lot more years.”
Coming as a surprise to absolutely no one, Saban’s national championship defending squad holds the No. 1 spot in ESPN’s preseason power rankings.
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