Normally, I advocate taking players close to the NFL in devy league drafts. A lot can happen in one or two college football seasons. You don’t want to waste a valuable pick on a guy who is rotting on your roster while still in the NCAA. It can be a huge risk. However, Arizona State wide receiver N’Keal Harry has the potential to be someone you want to take that chance with. The 19-year-old freshman has the look and style of an NFL WR1, and he is just getting started.
Standing at 6’3, 212 lbs. Harry was a highly-touted high school receiver. ESPN ranked Harry as the number one receiver in the nation in their ESPN300 rankings. The Chandler High School (AZ) product received offers from essentially every major West Coast program including Oregon, Washington and USC. He is one of the mostly highly-touted commits in Arizona State football history.
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