2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about N'KEAL HARRY: Arizona State, 6023 228 4.54. Junior entry and three-year starter from Chandler, AZ. Two time first-team All Pac 12 in which he caught 155 passes for 2,230 yards and 17 touchdowns on a team that struggled to produce solid secondary targets. An all around, every-down difference maker who has enough explosion and agility to get enough space underneath. A force when the ball is in the air with his combination of power, strength, and size. Harry has the developed NFL body that will be tough for most defensive backs to hang with physically and more than enough athleticism to make plays after the catch. He has number one receiver written all over him. Tall, strong, and fast. Physically overmatches his opponent in several way. Can out-muscle and out-leap a defensive back in 50/50 situations. Can out-quick potential tacklers in a phone booth. Can out-run pursuers in space. Has the short area burst to separate from cornerbacks. A lethal weapon in traffic. No fear over the middle and will take on contact without blinking. Understands subtle nuances of route running when it comes to getting off the jam. Makes sharp and explosive cuts and is quick to get his head around. Locates the ball and attacks it. There is a limit to his long speed. Doesn’t get the deep separation via his legs. Will have the occasional lapse in concentration and drop easy balls. Didn’t run a wide array of routes in college. Will have some rawness to his game when he enters the league. 2018 stats: 73-1088, 14.9 ypr, 9 TD, 9-152 PR, 16.9 avg, 1 TD. OSR:17/42. Second/ third round. (A-33, H-9 1/2, VJ-38.5, SS-DNP).