With the Second Pick of the draft, SmithFire13 selects...
The Brashear Bullet, Major Harris.
This was not an easy decision for me. I attended my first game with Bulger. I grew up with Wallace. I came of age with White. I went to school with Smith. Even with all that, it's hard to argue with a Hall of Famer.
If you're not old enough to have watched The Major, take five and watch his 1989 highlights. Bear through the SD quality because it is quite a show. Harris was not only the quickest guy on the field (unless James Jett was out there,) but the man had a hand-cannon. He ended his career with 18 rushing TDs and over 2000 yards to go along with his already impressive 5-grand passing yards and 41 TDs.
While his statistics speak for themselves, they do not include his being two-time conference PotY, two-time Heisman Finalist (1988 Fifth, 1989 Third), and an All-American. Plus, he claims to arguably the most memorable play in WVU Football history: The Play.
Oh, one more thing. He's the only QB to lead the Mountaineers to the National Championship game. That puts Major Harris in a class of his own so..... yeah, I'll take him.