Arizona State wide receiver N’Keal Harry had a solid freshman season in 2016, catching 58 passes for 659 yards and five touchdowns while also scoring on two of his three rushing attempts. The question now is what Harry will do for an encore in Tempe, and he’s taken his preseason training to the extreme.
During the team’s training camp session Monday morning, Harry knelt inches away from a Jugs machine and caught balls with one hand.
— Brad Denny (@BDenny29) July 31, 2017
While Harry missed out on Pac-12 Offensive Freshman of the Year in 2016, with USC quarterback Sam Darnold winning the honor, but there’s no denying Harry’s talent or his potential impact for the Sun Devils. Harry led the team in receptions last season, and with Tim White (56 receptions for 713 yards, two touchdowns) out of eligibility he’ll be asked to do even more this upcoming season.