Franco Harris began his pro football career as the Pittsburgh Steelers' No.1 pick and the 13th player selected in the 1972 NFL Draft.
Harris established himself as a future superstar when he became only the fourth rookie in NFL annals to rush for 1,000 yards.
Harris held numerous Super Bowl and post-season game records by the end of his career. The most notable include 24 points and 354 yards rushing in four Super Bowls and 17 touchdowns and 1,556 yards rushing in 19 post-season playoff games.
Harris was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1990, his first year of eligibility.
Franco Harris' Hall of Fame mural.
Franco Harris' Hall of Fame bust.