N'Keal Harry

Overall Rank
TE201
2023
Height
6' 2"
Weight
228 lbs
Arm Length
33"
(82nd)
Draft Pick
1.32
(2019)
College
Arizona State
Age
26.5
Best Comparable Player
Devin Funchess
Workout Metrics
4.53
59th
109.8
91st
126.5
77th
11.33
41st
10.20
82nd
40-Yard Dash
Speed Score
Burst Score
Agility Score
Catch Radius
43.9%
(90th)
College Dominator
14.9
(54th)
College YPR
18.7
(94th)
Breakout Age

N'Keal Harry Bio

N’Keal Harry is a wide receiver for the New England Patriots. He grew up in the Phoenix metro area where he participated in soccer, basketball, and football among other sports. He eventually chose to play football for Chandler High School, where he earned honors as a five-star recruit and was considered one of the top wide receivers in the country. Harry went on to commit to Arizona State University to stay near his hometown for college football. He saw an immediate role for the Sun Devils as he became just the ninth true freshman in program history to start in a season opener. He broke out in a big way in his sophomore and junior years, racking up over 1,000 receiving yards in each season. He finished his 3-season college career with 3,033 scrimmage yards and 25 touchdowns in 37 games.

Among all receivers, N'Keal Harry's 43.9% college dominator ranks in the 89th percentile and his 31.1% college target share ranks in the 92nd percentile. After declaring for the 2019 NFL Draft, his workouts also went well; despite only a 56th percentile 40 time, his speed score ranks in the 91st percentile, his burst score ranks in the 78th percentile, and his catch radius ranks 82nd percentile. Harry was selected by the Patriots in the first round of the draft and was the second wide receiver selected in 2019, ahead of eventual stars such as Deebo Samuel, A.J. Brown, and DK Metcalf.

Instead of living up to his expected athletic prowess, Harry has found it difficult sustaining a role for the Patriots. In his first two seasons in the NFL, he tallied 463 scrimmage yards and recorded only four touchdowns. In his third season, things got even worse as he dealt with injuries, was a staple in trade rumors, participated in only 41.1% of New England's offensive snaps (No. 124 among receivers), ran only 121 routes (No. 141 among receivers), commanded only 6 deep ball targetes (No. 87 among receivers), and never found the end zone. Harry did not find the field for New England in their one postseason game in 2021 and it currently remains under question if he is an NFL starter.