The Arizona Cardinals have many areas of need heading into the 2019 NFL Draft, including at wide receiver.
Could a star receiver who played at Chandler High School and Arizona State be toward the top of the Cards' wish list?
N'Keal Harry, who declared for the NFL Draft after his 2018 season with the Sun Devils, shined during his pro day at ASU as personnel from all 32 NFL teams looked on Wednesday. After Harry's workout, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the 21-year-old is scheduled to meet with five NFL teams, including the Cardinals.
Along with the Cardinals, Harry will meet with the Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Buffalo Bills and New Orleans Saints, according to Schefter.
Former ASU WR N’Keal Harry caught 17 of 21 passes during his pro day. The only thing he did was run routes and set out to show he could create separation. pic.twitter.com/qWvoIj1Djj— Josh Weinfuss (@joshweinfuss) March 27, 2019
Harry is projected as a first- or second-round pick by most NFL Draft experts. Less than four weeks ago, he impressed onlookers at the NFL Combine, and said he would love to play alongside Cardinals receiver and future Hall of Famer Larry Fitzgerald.
If drafted by the Cardinals, Harry would join a Cardinals receiving unit that features Fitzgerald, who will play at least one more NFL season, and 2018 second-round pick and former Scottsdale Saguaro High School star Christian Kirk.