Wide receiver N’Keal Harry has made the Associated Press Preseason All American Second Team, as announced on Tuesday.
In his sophomore season, Harry brought in 82 receptions for 1,142 yards and eight touchdowns. With three games of over 140 yards last season, and leading ASU in eight of the 13 games as well. Good enough to get him on the Pac-12’s First Team selection. And now being included in the choice for the top four receivers in the nation.
Harry is one of 12 Pac-12 players to be named to the two teams. Joined by Stanford’s running back Bryce Love (First Team), guard Nate Herbig (First Team), tight end Kaden Smith (Second Team), punter Jake Bailey (Second Team), Washington’s running back Myles Gaskin (First Team), safety Taylor Rupp (First Team), cornerback Byron Murphy (Second Team), Utah’s kicker Matt Gay (First Team), punter Mitch Wishnowsky (First Team), USC’s linebacker Cameron Smith (Second Team) and Oregon’s linebacker Troy Dye (Second Team).
Joining Harry at the wide receiver position for the Second Team is Buffalo’s Anthony Johnson. The First Team’s receivers named were Ole Miss’ A.J. Brown and West Virginia’s David Stills.