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Harry was a big-time recruit for Arizona State, having established his athletic credentials in the Phoenix area with a viral-video, backboard-shattering dunk as a high school basketball player. If not for Mississippi wideout D.K. Metcalf, Harry would be the receiver with the most ideal blend of size, height and frame in the draft. As of now, Harry is a better route-runner than Metcalf, although not as fast.
Harry led the Sun Devils in receiving touchdowns in each of his three seasons, finishing with 22 in his career. He was used in the slot and on the outside at Arizona State under two different coaching staffs, racking up 213 catches for 2,889 yards, while also rushing for three scores, showing the ability to turn a quick pass into a big play. He earned first-team All-Pac-12 honors as a sophomore and junior.
Harry is a big, sure-handed pass-catcher who put up plenty of highlight-reel catches for Arizona State. He projects best as an outside receiver in the NFL, where he can win jump-ball scenarios and gather his straight-line speed, which was a red flag heading into the NFL Scouting Combine before he posted a just-fine time of 4.53 seconds for 40 yards.
While not a burner, he shows quick feet and an array of make-you-miss-in-a-phone-booth kind of moves that are uncommon for a man his size. His 92-yard punt return for a touchdown last season against USC, in which he ran from sideline to sideline before getting free, was further evidence that he is fast enough and crafty enough. With his filled-out frame and versatility, he will make an impact early and project as a WR1 at some point early in his career.
Projection: First Round
--Field Level Media
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