The San Francisco 49ers are scheduled to host a pre-draft visit with Arizona State wide receiver N'Keal Harry next week, according to Tony Pauline of Draft Analyst.

Harry has already met with the Buffalo Bills, New Orleans Saints, and New England Patriots. He also has a visit planned with the Seattle Seahawks.

Harry finished his 2018 season with the Sun Devils having registered 73 catches for 1,088 yards with nine touchdowns through 12 games. That followed an 82-catch, 1,142-yard, and eight-touchdown performance in 2017.

49ers general manager John Lynch and VP of player personnel Adam Peters attended the Sun Devils' pro day in March where Harry was the main attraction.

Matt Miller of Bleacher Report recently stated on his Stick to Football podcast that the 49ers are eyeing two wide receivers with the second-round pick — Harry and Deebo Samuel of South Carolina.

"I will say, man, sometimes I don't tell you guys everything I hear because I've got to keep some stuff back to myself," Miller said. "I've heard if N'Keal Harry's gone, Deebo's their guy at 36."

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At the NFL Scouting Combine, the 6-foot-2 and 228-pound Harry had a 40-time of 4.53 seconds, a vertical jump of 38.5 inches, a broad jump of 122 inches, and 27 reps in the bench press. Other measurables for Harry include an arm length of 33 inches and hands that measure 9 1/2 inches.

Lance Zierlein of, who compares Harry to Allen Robinson, wrote the following about Harry within his scouting report:

"Back-shoulder boss who thrives with contested catch opportunities outside the numbers but lacks explosive traits. Harry's ability to body-up opponents and win with ball skills is undeniable, but his inability to find a threatening top gear or shake loose from tight man coverage must be accounted for within his new employer's scheme. His experience playing inside should help and teams will love his impact as a run-blocker. His competitiveness and ability to come down with the ball could make him a productive member of wide receiver trio in short order."

Tony Pauline of Draft Analyst wrote the following about Harry within his scouting report:

"Harry was the go-to receiver at Arizona State and the pass catcher opponents struggled to stop. He performed much better than expected during combine workouts to improve his draft stock, and he has the skill to develop into a second receiver in an offense that does not ask him to run many vertical routes."

Benjamin Solak of The Draft Network wrote the following about Harry within his scouting report:

"That said, Harry's struggles releasing off of tight press coverage, generating throwing windows downfield, and working back to the football all cannot be ignored. There have been concerns with Harry's effort and practice character for multiple seasons now at ASU, and those effort question marks show up on tape. Harry is lazy in his route stems and releases, which makes life more difficult on his QB than it needs to be, and he will get out-competed for the football as a result of sloppy play. These issues in the contact window may push Harry into more of a big-slot role early, though he has as high a ceiling as any WR in this class."


Height: 6-2
Weight: 228 lbs.
Arm length: 33 inches
Hand length: 9 1/2 inches

NFL Scouting Combine

40-time: 4.53 seconds
Vertical: 38.5 inches
Broad jump: 122 inches
Bench press: 27 reps

College Statistics
Year School Class G Rec Yds Avg TD
2016 Arizona State FR 12 58 659 11.4 5
2017 Arizona State SO 13 82 1142 13.9 8
2018 Arizona State JR 12 73 1088 14.9 9
Total Arizona State 213 2889 13.6 22