Wide Receiver Rankings At The 2019 NFL Combine

Wide Receiver Rankings At The 2019 NFL Combine

2019 NFL Draft

Wide Receiver Rankings At The 2019 NFL Combine


5. N’Keal Harry, Arizona State 6-2, 228 (2)

Career Statistics: 213 catches, 2,889 yards (13.6 ypc), 22 TDs, 23 carries for 144 yards, 3 TD

Why N’Keal Harry Is Here On The List: One of the tougher receivers in the draft, he doesn’t quite have the right body type, and he’s not going to rock anyone with his speed, but he’s as good a pure receiver as there is this draft.

He’s never afraid to blast away as a blocker, he’ll beat up corners for a play, and he’s nasty to bring down once he gets the ball in his hands. He might not have No. 1 receiver tools, but he has the main man mentality and he’ll be a volume catcher who always comes up the big grab when needed and will keep the chains moving.

What The NFL Types Want To See:  Does he have any quickness? How lumbering is he? He’ll never get open on a regular basis, and faster, more athletic corners will stick to him like glue, but if he can show a little bit with his feet, that will be enough to make him a sure-thing top 50 pick.

Bottom Line: Did you like Anquan Boldin? Here you go. Tough, built, nasty, slow, and very, very, very productive, that’s what Boldin was in a terrific career, and that’s what Harry will be as the type of receiver you want on your side. A quarterback is going to fall in love with him.

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