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In Arizona State wide receiver N'Keal Harry, the Patriots get a big, dynamic receiver with a unique variety of skills. If Harry utilizes them to his best potential, he could help the Patriots offense in a number of ways.
Watch above for his sophomore year highlights with the Sun Devils. He shows off his great hands on numerous catches, including an eye-popping catch against N.C. State in the 2017 Sun Bowl (2:09). On the next play in the video, you can see Harry's ability to both win a jump-ball down the field and fight for extra yardage after the catch with power and vision.
Harry also takes a direct snap before throwing a trick touchdown pass (4:13) and breaks two tackles as he takes a slant 40-plus yards down the field (5:00).
Watch below for more Harry highlights from Arizona State. You can see him catch a quick screen before taking it back the other way and to the end zone (1:07:), and even carry the ball out of the backfield on another direct snap (1:26).
Harry also returned 14 punts for 165 yards and a touchdown over his final two years at Arizona State. You can see the touchdown return in the above video at 2:13. But ball skills stand out as the most impressive trait for the Patriots' first receiver drafted on day 1 since Terry Glenn went seventh overall in 1996.
Perhaps the most famous highlight for Harry is his one-handed catch against USC, shades of Odell Beckham Jr.'s instant-classic grab as a rookie.
Bill Belichick clearly likes the large, diverse toolbox that Harry brings to the table. If the rookie builds a quick rapport with Tom Brady, he has a chance to make an early impact for a Patriots offense in need of impact players.
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