2019 Guide: What Ourlads' NFL Scouting Services said about KELVIN HARMON: North Carolina State, 6024 221 4.61. Junior entry and three year starter from Palmyra, NJ. Second-team All ACC in 2017 and first-team in 2018. Harmon is an interesting case, as he carries suddenness off the line that can gain initial separation. At his size, that is a major weapon especially if he is matched up against a smaller nickel corner from the slot. He plays strong and tough, but when it comes to downfield speed and burst, he lacks the next gear. His best role may be as an oversized slot that can create mismatches with his size and quickness, but the overall upside has a strict ceiling on it. His biggest improvement needed centers around ball skills and consistency. Quick stutter step suddenness off the line that gains initial separation. Big, physical, strong frame that can push defensive backs around. Uses a variety of ways to get open underneath and intermediate. Smart and savvy at the top of his route. Gravitates towards the open windows against zone. Hardnosed and tough. Will fight through arm tackles after the catch and seems hungry for more at all times. Too many body catches. Allows the ball into his body and will result in too many drops on catchable balls. The athleticism has a cap to it. Hips are tight. Lateral movement and shake just isn’t there. 2018 stats: 81-1186, 14.6 ypr, 7 TD. OSR:32/ 42. Fourth/fifth round. (A-32 1/2, H-9 1/2, VJ-32.5, SS-4.33).