The Jacksonville Jaguars are a team on the rise. In 2017, they nearly beat the New England Patriots for a spot in the Super Bowl, but came up just short.

In the 2018 NFL Draft, they got a great value pick in the third round, as former Alabama S Ronnie Harrison fell to them with the No. 93 overall pick. He’ll be counted on to help an improving defense continue on an upward trend.

On Saturday, he joined the NFL Network and talked about what makes Jacksonville’s defense similar to Alabama’s:

“Those guys do a great job on defense,” he said. “They play with a lot of energy, just like we did at Alabama. I’m just looking to add to that. … I’m going to come in and try to feed off them and compete every day.”

He also added that, after facing him in recent years, he’s happy that former LSU RB Leonard Fournette is on his side now:

“It’s going to be way different with him being on my side,” he smiled. “I guess I’m thankful for that.”

Harrison will compete with Tashaun Gipson and Barry Church for a spot in the Jaguars’ starting lineup this fall.