ASU Football: Analyzing N’Keal Harry’s fit with NFL teams

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TUCSON, AZ – NOVEMBER 24: Wide receiver N’Keal Harry #1 of the Arizona State Sun Devils warms up prior to a game against the Arizona Wildcats at Arizona Stadium on November 24, 2018 in Tucson, Arizona. (Photo by Ralph Freso/Getty Images)

Former ASU football wide receiver N’Keal Harry could be selected in the first round of next week’s NFL Draft. Here’s how he would fit with his projected teams.

One week separates N’Keal Harry from the start of his professional career. The question is, how long will he have to wait?

After two successful seasons at Arizona State, the 6-foot-2, 228-pound wide receiver hopes to be taken in the first round of next Thursday’s NFL Draft. If he were selected on Day 1, Harry would become the first Sun Devil picked in the top-32 since cornerback Damarious Randall (No. 30) in 2015.

In three years at ASU, Harry finished third among the school’s all-time leaders in receptions and receiving yards, totaling 213 and 2,889, respectively. He was also a two-time All-Pac-12 First Team Offense selection in his sophomore and junior seasons.

Lately, Harry’s draft stock has materialized. The 21-year-old is considered a late-first round to early-second round choice by several outlets, including CBS Sports, ESPN and Bleacher Report.

While the position has varied, a few teams have been associated with Harry’s services. One is the Arizona Cardinals, who conducted Harry’s only private workout this month. Others include the Seattle Seahawks, San Francisco 49ers and New England Patriots, who each have picks in his projected draft range.

Wherever Harry goes, a team will look to utilize his physicality and catching ability. Both were on display during his NFL Scouting combine workout in March.

However, like all prospects, there are better fits than others. Harry has the capability of making an impact anywhere, but not every scenario presents the same opportunity.

Ahead of Thursday’s first round, here’s a look at how Harry could fit with some of the teams in his draft range.

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