San Francisco 49ers running back DuJuan Harris was the guest in this week's 1-on-1 interview with 49ers Studios.
Watch the full sit-down above for his thoughts on his 2016 season, six-year NFL career and 47-yard touchdown catch against the New Orleans Saints in Week 9. Part of the interview was spent asking Harris rapid-fire questions to help get to know some of his off-field interests.
Below are eight fun facts about San Francisco's ball-carrier.
1. What do you like to do in your free time?
"I like to watch movies. I used to be a big DVD guy. I have my collection. My wife used to get on me because I would have to look at movies every time I went to the store."
2. What was your favorite cartoon growing up?
"I was born in '88, so you know there were a lot of great cartoons. You had 'Street Sharks' and all that kinda stuff. I also liked 'Gargoyles,' that was a cool cartoon back then. But I'd have to say 'Dragon Ball Z.'"
3. Who is your favorite super hero?
"Batman - he had all the swag before Iron Man. He was that guy. He had the blacked-out armor, the gadgets, beautiful mansion and nice whip. In 'The Dark Knight' he had a Lambo."
4. What is your favorite phone app?
"I'd say 'Words with Friends' and 'Elevate,' those are the two games I play."
5. What is your favorite meal to cook?
"I throw down in the kitchen. We cook a lot. I'd say shrimp. I've got several different ways of cooking my shrimp. Other than that, I'd say ribs. I get on the grill and do a little something."
6. What is your favorite TV show?
"We have four shows going on right now... I'd say 'The Blacklist.'"
7. What is your go-to dance move?
"My wife taught me how to salsa. I've got good hips. I might be better then Victor Cruz though (in jest). I'm good though, I've got good hips."
8. Whats the best nickname you've ever had?
"'Fox' is my nickname from birth. I was born with red hair and my mother and father gave me that nickname. Throughout my career I've had a lot of them. All short jokes. I've had 'muscle hampster' and '40' - that was my nickname from my rookie year."