In a year where a lot of attention is being paid to the underclassmen and new starters, senior Damien Harris has gone a little overlooked.

The Kentucky native enters his final season in Tuscaloosa and should be in line to have a big year for Alabama. Although he's approaching the season day-by-day, he said the start of fall practices hit him a little bit knowing this is his last opportunity to suit up.

"It's definitely more emotional," Harris said. "I remember the first day of fall camp, it just kind of hit me before we started warming up: this is my last first day of camp. I definitely look at it from a different perspective. You know, this is my last go-around. In the end of the day, I just want to prepare the same way I have been."

Harris leads a talented group of running backs heading into the season, but there's still some questions on who will be handing the ball of to him.

"To be honest with you, I think all the quarterbacks have won us over. We know that we have a lot of guys in that room that can be very successful quarterbacks for this team and could lead us and be effective leaders for our offense. Ultimately, I don't think that's something that we're trying to figure out."

Harris will be looking for his third consecutive 1,000-yard season in 2018. Listen to everything he had to say on Monday inside the football complex.