Michigan State has been named the National Team of the Week. Is it the result of the magic played by the runner back, Harold Joiner? Who is the transfer runner back? Learn all about him.
Joiner, a former four-star prospect out of Mountain Brook High in Birmingham, Alabama, explored MSU before choosing Auburn.
In 17 games over the last three seasons, he had 15 carries for 103 yards and two touchdowns, and six catches for 128 yards, and another touchdown.
According to 247Sports.com’s composite rankings, Joiner was ranked the No. 5 running back in the country and the No. 133 overall player in the 2018 recruiting class.
Harold Joiner Age and Wikipedia Explored
At age 22, Harold Joiner is currently playing NCAA Division 1 football for the Michigan State Spartans.
On Thursday evening, Auburn transfer Harold Joiner III confirmed through Twitter that he had committed to play for the Spartans next season. The 6-foot-4, 231-pound redshirt sophomore appeared in two games for the Tigers this season without a carry before entering the portal in early October.
Joiner is the second Football Bowl Subdivision athlete to commit to MSU for the 2021 season.
Harold Joiner III towers above the rest of the running backs on the team. In terms of size, at least.
In a tight fight for carries, the 6-foot-4, 215-pound Auburn transfer is battling with incumbent starter Jordon Simmons, 2019 starter Elijah Collins, and Wake Forest transfer Kenneth Walker III.
Harold Joiner Girlfriend: Is he in a relationship?
There have been no pictures of Harold Joiner’s girlfriend, at least in any of his social media profiles.
Harold has kept his relationship status a secret till now.
We assume he has a girlfriend; if not, he has had a few failed relationships in the past. Given his popularity, he is expected to have been a major attraction.
However, the guesses have yet to be proven by any reliable sources.
The former four-star prospect who spent three seasons at Auburn is now at Michigan State, where he expects to be a part of the Spartans’ resurgent run game in 2021. Last season, Michigan State had the sixth-worst running offense in Division 1.
Joiner has been a big running back since he was six years old, according to him. Throughout his career, coaches have attempted to transfer him to a position more suited to a player his size, generally wide receiver. But he’s always preferred to play in the backfield.
A Look Into Harold Joiner Net Worth
There has been no information on the net worth of Harold Joiner at the moment.
However, as the recent news released by VICE news shows, Harold Joiner can be expected to get paid by the college league.
Joiner, a native of Alabama, said he grew up watching other tall running backs like Bo Scarbrough and Derrick Henry achieve success for the University of Alabama in his home state. That helped persuade him that he could be a successful running back.