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Harvin is poised to be a superstar in the NFL.
I know what you're thinking.
Percy Harvin has already broken out.
Harvin could not possibly break out any more than he already has.
Have you not looked at his stats?
Yes, I have looked at his stats, and I know about everything Harvin has done for this team the past two years.
Still, I believe Harvin has one more huge step to take. He is ready to turn into a superstar.
He performed extremely well as a crucial part of the Vikings' offense in his first two years, accumulating 1,658 yards and 11 TD in 29 games. Most of the offense's firepower in the passing game in 2010 came from Harvin after Sidney Rice's injury.
This year, Rice may or may not return. No matter what he decides, Harvin needs to take the next step, surpass the 1,000 yard mark, begin catching close to 100 balls a year and become the NFL superstar that most people see him to be.
It may be difficult to pull off with a rookie quarterback or a veteran who may be acquired in the future. Still, his ability to run after the catch can aid the new man under center and still allow Harvin to be the next big thing in the NFL.