Harbor improved upon his Combine numbers, clocking a 4.56 40 time (down from 4.69 in Indianapolis) according to sources, and also timing 4.24 seconds in the short shuttle and 7.10 in the three-cone drill. He also did 30 bench reps, matching his Combine total.
Harbor led his team in receptions in each of the past three seasons including 59 catches for 729 yards and 4 touchdowns as a senior, all career highs. Due to his relatively small stature (6’3″ 252), Harbor might be moved to fullback or H-back in the pros. He is rated as NFL Draft Scout’s No. 1 fullback prospect in the draft and is currently projected to go in the third or fourth round according to that website.