"Powerful, sudden guy with great hands and clutch ability. Deceptive speed and agility consistently catch defenders off guard."
Size, strength WR with great hands and a deceptive runner that can shift gears. Creates separation with good lateral quickness and length. Impressive runner in the open field with vision and elusiveness.
Experienced and dangerous returner. Devastating blocker when he wants to be. Clutch catcher that can make the spectacular grab in a pressure situation. Mature, high character guy that will set the tone on and off the field.
Lacks great explosiveness and top end speed. Raw route runner.
Built like an HB, Harry still has foot quickness and short area explosion. He changes direction quickly and is savvy enough to set defenders up. His ability to separate has been questioned but I think his length, cod and subtlety, similar to Larry Fitzgerald, will work for him as a pro.
Harry is a physical playmaker that can make the traffic catch or take the screen 30yds thru defenders. He's a powerful, sudden guy that's tough to press off the line and uses his size and lateral movement to separate and box out.
He's consistently made clutch plays for ASU the past couple seasons and been the best player on the field. He's field fast, not track fast, however, and could struggle to turn out a great 40. But the fact that the majority of the league's best #1 WRs are more field fast types than track fast guys, bodes well for Harry.
NFL Comp: Anquan Boldin