5. Ajene Harris, CB, Houston Roughnecks
Harris’ five interceptions leads the XFL this season. The former USC cornerback also has 31 tackles and a tackle for loss for the Roughnecks. Harris was a great defensive back at USC, earning a starting spot as a nickel corner for the Trojans after originally being recruited as a wide receiver. However, Harris only made practice squads in the NFL from 2019 to 2022 before joining the Roughnecks. The XFL gave him a chance to show off his talents and his time in Houston has at the very least earned him another shot at the NFL.
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