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2015 ASU Draft Class

Scouting Report. Pick Analysis. player. 15. 31. Offensive Line. Arizona State. Jamil Douglas

Taken in the 4th round of the 2015 draft, Jamil Douglas was selected by the Miami Dolphins where he would spend his first two seasons in the NFL. He has also spent time on the rosters of Tennessee, Buffalo, and Washington. Currently, he is signed with the New York Giants.

Recently, Douglas took to Twitter to implore ASU fans to give some more love to 2011 draft pick Lawrence Guy:

2017 ASU Draft Class

Pick Analysis. Placekicker. Zane Gonzalez. 17. player. Scouting Report. Arizona State. 87

Gonzalez was drafted to the Cleveland Browns in 2017 and spent roughly one and a half seasons there before being cut. He was picked off waivers in 2018 by the Arizona Cardinals and would spend the entirety of the 2019-20 seasons back in the desert. As a free agent, Gonzalez signed briefly with the Detroit Lions before settling with the Carolina Panthers for the 2021 season where he is still under contract.

Gonzalez has had some good seasons, particularly in 2019 and 2021 when he averaged over 88% on field goals and showed great range in the 50+ yard category.

Pick Analysis. 17. player. 16. Scouting Report. Punter. Arizona State. Matt Haack

Matt Haack actually went undrafted in 2017, but was still signed in May by the Miami Dolphins where he would spend a full four seasons.

Now on a three-year deal with the Buffalo Bills Haack is a reliable punter with a career average of 44.4 yards per punt.

2019 ASU Draft Class

. Arizona State. N'Keal Harry. 19. player. . Wide Receiver. 47

After an impressive 1,000+ yard season in 2018 at ASU, N’Keal Harry was selected in the 1st round of the 2019 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots joining former Sun Devil, Lawrence Guy.

For a variety of reasons, Harry has not had the professional career most expected out of him during the draft process. Over three seasons, he has only had 57 career receptions for 598 yards and 4 touchdowns. Granted, injury issues have kept him off the field for chunks of time in each season.

Harry has been the subject of popular trade rumors throughout the 2022 offseason as many teams believe the talent is still there but requires a new environment to be released.

Defensive Tackle. Arizona State. 19. 54. Pick Analysis. player. Scouting Report. Renell Wren

Wren was drafted in the 4th round (125th overall) of the 2019 Draft by the Cincinnati Bengals. He had some decent playing time in his rookie season, being on the field for 22% of defensive snaps, but a quad injury kept him out of the lineup for the entirety of 2020.

After playing in just one game in 2021, Wren was waived by the Bengals and was finally signed by the Philadelphia Eagles where he is still on the roster.

Arizona State. Casey Tucker. 45. Scouting Report. Offensive Line. Pick Analysis. 19. player

Coming out of ASU, Casey Tucker was not actually selected in the 2019 draft. His path to an NFL roster was winding, but he has finally settled with the Denver Broncos.

A talented tackle in college, Tucker originally attended Stanford before transferring to his hometown team in Tempe. After going undrafted Tucker has spent time on four different NFL practice squads (Detroit, Philadelphia, Indianapolis, and Denver).

His only playing time to this point has been in 2021 when he had 12 offensive snaps for the Eagles in a Week Eleven game against the Dallas Cowboys.

Now with the Broncos for a second time, Tucker is joining his former ASU teammate, Quinn Bailey, to compete for the chance to protect Russell Wilson.

Arizona State. 45. Offensive Line. Pick Analysis. Quinn Bailey. 19. player. Scouting Report

The tackle opposite Casey Tucker in 2018, Quinn Bailey also went undrafted in 2019 but has been with the Denver Broncos since day one.

A practice squad member in 2019 and 2020, Bailey was thought of highly enough for the Broncos to sign him to a Futures/Reserve contract in January of 2021.

Bailey has a bit more real-game experience than Tucker as he had 40 offensive snaps in two Week 10 and 11 games in 2021.