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ASU Football: Mock Draft Roundup

Where’s N’Keal?

Andrew Palla

With the NFL Draft around the corner, we looked around mock drafts for where N’Keal Harry and other Sun Devils go. All analysis comes from the writers.

NFL Network, Chad Reuter and Lance Zierlein

Round 2: No. 38 — N’Keal Harry to the Jacksonville Jaguars

Harry has outstanding size and ball skills. He would benefit from having a veteran QB like Nick Foles, who can throw him open.

247Sports, Lance Cartelli

Round 1: No. 32 — N’Keal Harry to the New England Patriots

The Patriots need to find some offensive weapons in the draft. Luckily for New England, Harry drops right into their laps at the end of the first round.

CBS Sports, R.J. White

Round 1: No. 27 — N’Keal Harry to the Arizona Cardinals*

  • Projected trade with the Oakland Raiders

The Cardinals go local to land an excellent receiving weapon in Harry, a big weapon with excellent ball skills who’s often open even when he’s not.

Round 3: No. 95 Renell Wren to the New York Giants

The Giants then add another body for the trenches in Wren, who didn’t put up big stats at Arizona State but should be better at the next level with a staff that can groom him for success.

Bleacher Report, Matt Miller

Round 2: No. 34 — N’Keal Harry to the Indianapolis Colts

DraftWire, Luke Easterling

Round 2: No. 34 — N’Keal Harry to the Indianapolis Colts

Round 4: No. 118 — Renell Wren to the Green Bay Packers

Sports Illustrated, Conor Orr

Round 1: No. 21 — N’Keal Harry to the Seattle Seahawks

I think it would be wise to assume that the Seahawks should probably start thinking about life after Doug Baldwin, one of the most underrated receivers of his time. Should Russell Wilson remain in Seattle for the long haul, he’s going to need some help completing passes.

NBCSports, Ben Standig

Round 2: No. 37 — N’Keal Harry to the New York Giants

After tabbing Eli Manning’s eventual replacement in the first, the Giants provide Manning with a receiver after trading away Odell Beckham Jr.

Harry’s draft stock seemingly dipped this season, but he generates highlights with ease. The 6-foot-4 target finished his final season with Sun Devils hauling in 73 receptions for 1,088 yards and nine touchdowns.

The MMBQ, Robert Klemko

Round 1: No. 26 — N’Keal Harry to the Indianapolis Colts

A weapon for Andrew Luck and a perfect complement to the speedy T.Y. Hilton, Harry should develop into the quality possession receiver who takes this Colts offense to the next level.


Round 1: No. 32 — N’Keal Harry to the New England Patriots

Some fun to end the first round. The Patriots’ depth chart at receiver offers little star power outside of Julian Edelman, and Harry would provide some much-needed size to the group. Adding a playmaker of his quality to Tom Brady’s arsenal poses a dangerous threat.