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N'Keal Harry | Wide Receiver

Team: Arizona State Sun Devils
Ht / Wt:  6'4" / 213

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Arizona State junior WR N'Keal Harry has signed with an agent and won't play in the Las Vegas Bowl against Fresno State.
Harry had already announced his intent to enter the draft on November 26, but since he's signed on with an agent, he won't be eligible to play in the bowl game even if he wanted to. The 6-foot-4, 221-pound wideout is expected to be one of the first at the position selected in April, although just how high he'll go will depend on workouts. Dec 3 - 12:48 PM

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Arizona State junior WR N'Keal Harry declared for the 2019 NFL Draft.

Harry announced Monday that he will forgo his senior season to turn pro. The 6-foot-4, 221-pounder, ASU's third all-time leader in receiving yards, has posted a 73-1,088-9 line this season. Arizona State HC Herm Edwards, when asked if Harry reminds him of anyone, responded with a Dez Bryant comp. We can get on board with that. Harry’s speed and separation ability are the two biggest question marks in his evaluation. He excels at the catch point and is extremely dangerous with the ball in his hands. Harry is widely projected to a be a first-round pick this spring. NBC and CBS Sports both had him in the top-10 of recent mock drafts, while Bleacher Report's Matt Miller slotted Harry No. 29 to the Raiders.
Nov 26 - 1:52 PM

Arizona State junior WR N'Keal Harry has been practicing lightly this week, but is expected to play on Saturday against Oregon.

It sounds like this is just a management situation with Harry, who has battled various injuries over the season. If Arizona State is able to win their next two games, they have a great chance of winning the Pac-12 South, and much of that credit will belong to Harry.
Nov 14 - 3:33 PM

Arizona State junior WR N'Keal Harry caught seven passes for 100 yards in Saturday's win 31-28 win over UCLA.

Harry (6'4/213) wasn't as good as he was last week when he posted a 9-161-3 receiving line, but it's another quality game to put on his resume in what likely will be his last game in the Sun Devils' stadium. The junior receiver has done more than enough to at least warrant first-round consideration in the 2019 NFL Draft, even if some draft analysts are concerned with his speed and separation at the next level. Harry has been a big time play-maker during his ASU career, and NFL eyes will be on him next week against Oregon.
Nov 10 - 7:04 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline lists Arizona State junior WR N'Keal Harry among his risers after his performance in Week 10 against Utah.

Harry was sensational against the Utes in the Sun Devils' 38-20 victory over Utah, catching three touchdowns and bringing in nine receptions for 161 yards in the upset win. ". The spectacular receptions he makes are seen every week nationwide but his ability to pick up yardage after the catch is equally impressive," writes Pauline. "I still have my concerns about Harry’s speed and ability to separate at the next level but there’s no denying he rates as one of the best natural receivers heading towards the 2019 draft."
Nov 7 - 3:37 PM

The Draft Network's Benjamin Solak believes there are "warranted concerns" in Arizona State junior WR N'Keal Harry game.

Solak explains, "While he seems to have great long speed, it doesn’t show up on his deep routes, and he fails to recruit his hands in a lot of his route stems to discourage physicality. He seems a bit like a player so physically gifted, he doesn’t like to do the little stuff." Solak isn't completely down on Harry though and thinks he could "test through the roof" and is " unbelievably productive." Harry is one of the top names to monitor among wide receivers in this draft cycle.
Nov 4 - 10:22 AM

Arizona State junior WR N'Keal Harry brought in nine receptions for 161 yards with three touchdowns in a 38-20 victory over Utah on Saturday.

What a performance. Harry had to briefly leave the game after catching one of his touchdowns to be evaluated, but that was pretty much the only negative in the game for the 6-foot-4, 213-pound wideout. The three touchdowns up his total to nine on the season, and its' the second nine-catch effort of the year for the possible first-round pick. When he's healthy, hes as good as any wideout in the country. The Sun Devils can qualify for a bowl game with a win against UCLA next Saturday.
Nov 3 - 7:18 PM

Arizona State junior WR N'Keal Harry returned to Saturday's game against Utah after leaving with an apparent arm/shoulder injury.

Harry's return to the field is a huge deal for the Arizona State offense, as he's the best playmaker on the roster and one of the best wide receivers in college football. Through two-plus quarters the junior pass-catcher caught six passes for 67 yards and two touchdowns, and on the season he's now caught eight touchdown passes.
Nov 3 - 6:00 PM

ASU junior WR N'Keal Harry went to the medical tent with an apparent arm/shoulder injury on Saturday against Utah.

Harry picked up the injury on a tremendous touchdown catch. The talented wideout would be a significant loss for the Sun Devils in their close game with the Utes. We'll be sure and update you when we have more information on the severity of the injury.
Nov 3 - 5:28 PM

Arizona State junior WR N'Keal Harry caught four passes for 95 yards and one touchdown in Saturday's 38-35 win over USC.

Harry (6'4/213) showed why he is in the mix as a 2019 first-round pick today. The junior wide out will be all over Sports Center with a highlight one handed catch (the video is below) that was very Odell Beckham-esque, but he also had a highlight punt return as well. Harry caught a punt inside the ten, then ran to the other side of the field, then tip-toed along the sideline for a long touchdown. Through eight games, Harry has a 46-667-6 receiving line. He will look to pass the half century mark in receptions against Utah.
Oct 27 - 7:22 PM

Arizona State junior WR N'Keal Harry caught eight passes for 91 yards in Thursday's 20-13 loss to Stanford.

Harry (6'4/213) led the Sun Devils in receiving on Thursday evening, with his long grab going for 28 yards. He has now caught at least five passes in every game this season save for one in which he had to leave injured (versus Colorado in Week 6). On the whole, the junior wideout has been consistent-but-unspectacular this season, with five games over 80 yards in seven contests, but just one of those five going for more than 100 yards receiving. It all works out to a 42-572-5 receiving line through the first seven games of the campaign. USC shows next on the Sun Devils' docket.
Oct 19 - 12:42 AM

Arizona State junior WR N'Keal Harry (undisclosed) returned to practice on Monday.

Harry left his last game against Colorado on October 6 with what appeared to be a thigh injury, although Arizona State is being tight-lipped on the specifics, to no one's surprise. A return to practice bodes well for the talented junior, and it sounds like there's a good chance that he's going to be able to play against Stanford this Saturday.
Oct 15 - 2:01 PM

Arizona State junior WR N'Keal Harry (undisclosed) did not take part in practice on Wednesday.

Harry was injured in this past Saturday's loss to Colorado, when he took a hard hit to the body after making a catch in the second half. While the Sun Devils are using kid gloves during the practice week when it comes to their star wideout, the expectation is that he'll be able to suit up for Saturday's game against Stanford after their upcoming bye.
Oct 10 - 5:45 PM

Arizona State junior WR N'Keal Harry left Saturday's game at Colorado in the second half due to an apparent right thigh injury injury.

Harry, considered to be one of the top draft-eligible wide receivers in college football, took a hard hit to the midsection while running after a catch. The junior was able to return briefly before ultimately having to leave the game. Harry's departure leaves the Sun Devils without their best offensive weapon.
Oct 6 - 7:11 PM

The Draft Network's Jon Ledyard lists N'Keal Harry as one of the players whose stock slid after his performance on Saturday against Washington.

Harry did have an impressive punt return late in the game, but outside of that, it was a dude. He caught just five passes for 20 yards in the loss, and he appeared frustrated on the sidelines. Ledyard notes that Manny Wilkins did miss him on several throws, but as he puts it: " I continue to struggle to see explosive elements of Harry’s game, especially in his long speed or short-area quickness." He'll hope to rebound this Saturday against Oregon State, but as Ledyard also notes, he's not going to have many -- possibly any -- tests like the one he had against Washington.
Sep 24 - 3:03 PM