Prospect Profile: Arizona State WR N’Keal Harry

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Wide receiver | Arizona State | Junior

Height: 6-foot-2 | Weight: 228 pounds

College Stats

2018: Started 12 games but chose to skip Arizona State’s bowl game to begin preparing for the draft; recorded 73 receptions for 1,088 yards with 10 touchdowns; had nine punt returns for 152 yards and a touchdown; named First-Team All-Pac 12 selection as a wide receiver and was a Second-Team choice as a return specialist

Career: Played in 37 career college games, starting all of them; had 213 career receptions for 2,889 yards with 22 touchdowns; also tallied three total rushing touchdowns; named First-Team All-Pac 12 selection in 2018 (junior) and 2017 (sophomore) seasons; was a Second-Team All-Pac 12 honoree as a returner in 2018; named as a Freshman All-American in 2016

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Profile

Summary: Harry brings a blend of size and physicality to the field, as evident by his numbers at the Combine. He tied for the most reps among wide receivers on the bench press with 27 and also had a vertical jump of 38.5 inches. A projected first-round selection, Harry caught at least one pass in each of his 37 collegiate games.

Lance Zierlein of NFL.com wrote that Harry is a “back-shoulder boss who thrives with contested catch opportunities outside the numbers but lacks explosive traits. Harry's ability to body-up opponents and win with ball skills is undeniable, but his inability to find a threatening top gear or shake loose from tight man coverage must be accounted for within his new employer's scheme.”

Harry’s full scouting report on NFL.com can be found here.

Stacking up: NFL Media analyst Bucky Brooks has Harry as the No. 3 prospect at the position. Draft analyst Dane Brugler, who writes for The Athletic ranked Harry as the No. 5 receiver. Daniel Jeremiah had Harry as the 42nd overall player on his most-recent list of the Top 50 prospects in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Hometown kid: Although Harry was born on the island of Saint Vincent in the Caribbean, he grew up just outside of Phoenix before attending Arizona State. He was a five-star recruit coming out of Chandler High School.

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