N’Keal Harry Biography,Age,Mock Draft,Measurements,Grandmother and Stats

Last Updated on August 7, 2022 by Administrator

N’Keal Harry Biography

N’Keal Harry is an American college football Wide Reciever who plays for the Arizona State Sun Devils. He starred at Chandler High School after transferring from Marcos de Niza High School in Tempe, earning five-star recruiting honors from Rivals.com, and was noted by many recruiting services as one of the top wide receiver recruits in the country. In his junior season, Harry caught 13 touchdown passes on 30 catches for 657 yards.


N’Keal Harry Age|N’keal Harry Hometown

The Arizona Wide receiver was born on 17 December 1997 in Toronto Canada.

N’Keal Harry Height

The wide receiver’s height is 6′ 4″ which is equivalent to 1.93 meters in height.

N’Keal Harry Hand Size

His hand size is 9½”

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228 pounds


33 inches


9 1/2 inches


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N’Keal Harry Family|N’Keal Harry Father

Not much is known about his family. This information will soon be updated.

N’Keal Harry Girlfriend

He is dating Kianna Ibis.

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N’Keal Harry Grandmother|N’Keal Harry Grandma

He was born in Toronto, Canada, before moving like a baby to St. Vincent and the Grenadines. His grandmother brought him to the Phoenix metro area, with the blessing of his mother, to allow for more opportunity. Harry tried several sports as a kid; soccer, football, and basketball, among others. His grandmother had hoped he would choose a less dangerous sport but agreed to let him play football.

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His 40-yard dash stands at 4.53.

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Arizona State standout wide receiver N’Keal Harry will not play in the Sun Devils’ bowl game, coach Herm Edwards confirmed to ESPN on Monday. Edwards said that Harry, who had already decided to forgo his senior season and declare for the 2019 NFL draft, has signed with an agent.

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Harry chose to remain home and committed to ASU despite recruiting efforts by Texas A&M, Oregon, USC, among other top tier programs. In the 2016 season-opening game against Northern Arizona University, Harry became just the ninth true freshman in school history to start a season opener. In his freshman season, Harry posted 58 catches for 659 yards and five touchdowns. Additionally, Harry ran for 69 yards and scored twice and completed a 46-yard pass of his own. For his efforts in his rookie year, N’Keal was honored by Scout, Football Focus and Campus Insiders as a Freshman All-American.

During his Sophomore campaign, N’Keal caught 82 catches for 1142 yards and 8 touchdowns earning him First Team All-Conference honors.

N’Keal’s Junior season began with media accolades as he was selected to the 2018 AP Preseason All-American team. On Saturday, October 27, he made one of the greatest catches in football history according to Colin Cowherd. His acrobatic one-handed catch along with a punt return touchdown helped lead the Sun Devils to a win over the USC Trojans cementing his legacy as one of the greatest receivers to don an Arizona State uniform. The following week N’Keal Harry scored three touchdowns in an upset over #15 Utah Utes. After the comeback win against the Arizona Wildcats on November 24, he announced his decision to forgo his senior season at ASU and to be a part of the 2019 NFL Draft.

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Some look at a bowl game as a reward, capping off the regular season. Others use it as a preview of what’s to come next season. The Arizona State coaching staff sees it as a bit of both.

Junior wide receiver N’Keal Harry declared for the NFL draft, hired an agent and is working toward his professional future. So if the Sun Devils (7-5) are to pull off an upset of No. 21 Fresno State (11-2) in next week’s Las Vegas Bowl, they’ll need contributions from other receivers.

“There is going to be some opportunity for other guys, some we haven’t had a chance to really get a good look at yet,” wide receivers coach Charlie Fisher said. “We have guys with potential and now they’re going to get more of a chance.”

Harry, projected to go in the first round of the draft, was by far the team’s dominant receiver with 73 catches for 1,088 yards but after him, the workload was evenly distributed. Sophomore Frank Darby had 21 catches for 421 yards and two touchdowns while junior Brandon Aiyuk managed 24 for 413 yards and three scores. Right behind those two is another junior, Kyle Williams who tallied 39 for 411 yards.

The Sun Devil coaching staff also wants to get a look at freshman Geordon Porter, who played in just one game and will get to red-shirt. He hauled in a long touchdown pass from quarterback Manny Wilkins in Wednesday morning’s practice that opened a lot of eyes.

So let the audition process begin.

Source: AZ Central.

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Say goodbye to ASU star N’Keal Harry, it’s time for him to go pro

When you say goodbye to Manny Wilkins, Dasmond Tautalatasi and Jalen Harvey as they suit up for the last time at Sun Devil Stadium on Saturday, make sure you say goodbye also to N’Keal Harry.

The real deal is that it’s time for him to go.

Those other guys are seniors. They don’t have a choice. Harry’s a junior, but he doesn’t have a choice either — at least he shouldn’t.

It’s time for N’Keal Harry to turn pro, and with Arizona State positioning itself as “NFL U,” with coach Herm Edwards stocking his staff with guys who played on Sundays, there should be no temptation whatsoever for the star receiver to stay for his final season.

There has been an increasing number of NFL scouts at his games, and he’s projected as a first-round pick. ESPN ranks him among the top overall prospects. Sports Illustrated says he could be the first receiver taken. CBS Sports has him as a top-five selection.

That should be enough, and the guess here is that it will be.

‘I love this school’
ASU players have been describing N’Keal Harry’s talent as “next level” for weeks, and even a casual observer can watch what the Chandler High product does out there and recognize that he’s in a different class.

Before the season, Harry said people who know and love him have encouraged him to finish school. People who don’t know him well have hyped him up, “Hey, bro, go to the league.”

He was considering his options, saying he’d make his decision at the end of the season. “If I have unfinished business, if I feel like I can afford to have another year, I would love to stay. I love my teammates. I love this school. I love what this program is doing.”

We’ve loved watching. All of it. The punt returns. The one-handed grabs. The slow-developing cutbacks. The long runs after short catches.

We might not remember the exact game or the yards or the circumstances. But we’ll always remember that feeling of witnessing something amazing. And it’s gotten to the point where we expect it.

“It’s like, ‘OK, there’s No. 1,’” Edwards said after the win over USC. “‘No. 1 does it again.’”

This was after a 92-yard punt return touchdown and a flying, falling and flipping one-handed grab that was the exact sort of play that transformed Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. from a pretty good player into a megastar.

Beckham gets paid to sell us shampoo, beef jerky, soda, cellphone plans, shoes, and cars. That’s on top of the contract he signed with the Giants in August that has a maximum value of $95 million, more than a third of which was guaranteed at signing.

Harry got nothing from his catch but respect.

Harry can’t assume any of Beckham’s endorsement deals or stardom, of course. Just because he can highlight and top-play his way through the Pac-12 doesn’t mean it’s going to happen in the NFL.

But just consider the values attached to the draft position, and it’s clear why Harry has to go.

A degree can wait, money won’t
Players taken in the top of the first round make more than $5 million a year. By the end of the first round, that falls to less than $2 million. From there, it doesn’t take long before players are signing for hundreds of thousands of dollars.

The difference between high first round and mid-second round is about $25 million over four years.

There’s no guarantee that he’ll be a first-rounder. But it’s a chance he’s got to take.

If Harry comes back next year and his draft stock slips for any reason, he risks the ability to make his family comfortable for generations.

Again, the guess here is that he knows all this, has considered all this and made up his mind weeks ago that he’s going pro at the end of the season.

But the rationale has to be laid out clearly in black and white in the off chance that he’s having so much fun he’s considering coming back or that he wants to please a loved one by earning his degree before leaving.

The degree can wait. That money won’t. And he’s not allowed to get paid as a Sun Devil. So he’s gotta go.

Here’s hoping for another sighting of “Unreal” N’Keal Harry against UCLA. He’s got his Sun Devils playing for the Rose Bowl, but he and his teammates have to treat every game like it’s the last they’ll ever play.

For seniors including Manny, Das, and Jalen, it will be their last in front of their home fans. (Thanks for the memories, fellas. We won’t forget you. And we’ll tell your stories so others don’t either.)

That should be the case for one junior, too.

Cheer as loudly as you can for N’Keal Harry against the Bruins. It should be your last chance to do so.

Source: AZ Central

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If the Detroit Lions draft a receiver first, N’Keal Harry or D.K. Metcalf?

Later this month is the NFL Draft, the best chance to select talent for the 32 professional football teams, including the Detroit Lions. All kinds of players are being considered by analysts and pundits, alike. If you had to draft a wide receiver, though, would you pick former Sun Devil, N’Keal Harry, or former Rebel, D.K. Metcalf? That’s the subject for this episode of Kick In the Crotch Weekly.

As pro days and the combine have unfolded, two receivers have separated themselves from the pack (pun intended) of hopefuls as future number one options. N’Keal Harry is a 21-year-old receiver from Arizona State and our other subject, D.K. Metcalf, is a 21-year-old receiver from the University of Mississippi, A.K.A. Ole Miss. Both players grew up near the universities that they committed to and have the prototype frame that NFL scouts love.

So, what exactly makes these two men better prospects than the other hundred receivers who’d like to be the first wideout taken? Both measured in at around 6-3 and 225 pounds, which is elite bulk and height for the position. Both men have overall elite measurable talent when taking into account their agility, speed, and leaping ability, too.

We’ll compare the two prospects and make a decision about who the Detroit Lions would draft between the two if they had to in Round One. admittedly, a top ten pick used on a wide receiver would be a considerable investment by Bob Quinn, the general manager. Perhaps he isn’t considering a receiver at pick eight, perhaps he should, but this is just a hypothetical situation.

Source: Side Lion Report

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Raiders select WR N’Keal Harry at No. 24 in latest CBS mock draft

The common belief is that the Raiders will select multiple defenders with their three first round picks. That seems like a pretty safe bet considering the needs they have on that side of the ball.

However, it wouldn’t be a complete surprise if the team opted to pick a receiver at the end of the first round as they continue to rebuild their wide receiver corps.

In CBS Sports’ latest mock draft, Chris Trapasso gave the Raiders wide receiver N’Keal Harry at pick No.24. Take a look at Trapasso’s explanation of the pick:

Antonio Brown was the big ticket item for the Raiders this offseason. Tyrell Williams was a major addition too. But he’s owed exactly zero dollars after this year. Think of Harry has a long-term investment in the receiver room.

Over the last two seasons at Arizona State, Harry caught 155 passes for 2,230 yards and 17 touchdowns. Harry also has special teams ability, averaging 16.9 yards per punt return in 2018.

It’s not hard to fall in love with Harry’s game. He has size, athleticism and the versatility to play multiple positions. Right away, his best fit might be as a big slot receiver who can eventually transition to an X-receiver. With Antonio Brown and Tyrell Williams, he actually makes a lot of sense in Oakland.

Don’t be surprised if the Raiders select a receiver with one of the top four picks in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Source: Raiders Wire

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