With the 32nd pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the New England Patriots selected Arizona State wide receiver N’Keal Harry. The New England Patriots have added another talented pass catcher in their offense with the selection of N’Keal Harry. The Arizona State wide receiver was one of the top rated high school recruit in the country. On 247 Sports, N’Keal Harry was the 53rd ranked recruit and the seventh ranked wide receiver in the 2016 recruiting class. Harry signed with the Arizona State Sun Devils over schools like Nebraska, Oregon, Texas A&M, USC and Washington. Harry became the star wide receiver for the Sun Devils as soon as he arrived on campus and really lived up to the hype.
At Arizona State University, Harry became a key contributor for the Sun Devils as a true freshman. In his freshman season, Harry played in all twelve games. N’Keal Harry has 58 receptions for 659 receiving yards and five receiving touchdowns. He also had three carries for 69 yards and two rushing touchdowns. As a sophomore, N’Keal Harry really started to turn heads as he had 82 catches for 1,142 receiving yard and eight touchdowns. In his final year at Arizona State, Harry was named First-Team Pac-12 All-Conference Team. He also had 73 catches for 1,088 receiving yards and eleven total touchdowns.
N’Keal Harry may have been a surprise pick with other top receiver available like D.K. Metcalf but, there’s no doubt that Harry was a good draft choice. The Arizona State receiver is a perfect fit for the New England Patriots offense. At 6’3” 230 pounds, Harry can play the X, Y and Z at wide receiver. He was clocked running a 4.53 40 yard dash which is pretty decent with his size. Harry is dominate when it comes to 50-50 balls and really uses his length to his advantage. Very physically tough receiver that picks up a ton of yards after the catch. Harry plays hard-nosed football and has a ton of confident in his hands. N’Keal Harry should be a perfect fit for the New England Patriots and has the potential to be an immediate #1 wide receiver.
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