College: Arizona State | 2 years
Height: 6'4" | Weight: 225 lbs
Birth Date: 12/17/1997
Depth Chart: WR1.1
2020 Bye Week: 6
Questionable - shoulder
Total Pts: 6
Avg Pts: 3.00
Rank: 70 WR
|Week 1||2||N'Keal Harry 39 receiving yds (1 pts)|
N'Keal Harry 39 receiving yds (1 pts)
|Week 2||4||N'Keal Harry 72 receiving yds (1 pts)|
N'Keal Harry 72 receiving yds (3 pts)
|Week 3||5||4-49yds / 0.4TDs projected|
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New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry is looking like he is primed for a breakout campaign in 2020. He hauled in eight of his 12 targets for 72 yards during the Week 2 loss to the Seattle Seahawks. Harry saw the most targets on the team and tied with Julian Edelman for the most receptions. He should continue to be heavily involved in this offense going forward. Fantasy owners should be able to count on him as a flex option for next week against the Las Vegas Raiders.
New England Patriots wide receivers Julian Edelman (knee) and N'Keal Harry (shoulder) should both be on the field against the Seahawks Sunday night. Both were limited all week in practice, though the team was likely being careful with two players who were a huge part of their passing game in Week 1. Edelman and Harry saw a combined 13 targets against the Dolphins and would be viable fantasy options against Seattle, particularly if the game leans more toward the over.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry was expected to do big things when he was drafted by the team. Sadly, injuries derailed his rookie season, but he is hopeful to bounce back in 2020. Harry hauled in five of six targets for 39 yards in the Week 1 victory over the Miami Dolphins. The Patriots use a run-heavy offense, but Harry should still get plenty of targets each week. He'll face off against a Seattle Seahawks Defense in Week 2 that allowed the most fantasy points to wide receivers last season. Harry doesn't have great upside here, but could possibly be used as a low-end WR3 in Week 2.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry was able to do his part in the Week 1 victory over the Miami Dolphins. He hauled in five of his six targets for 39 yards. He started alongside Damiere Byrd in this one, but Julian Edelman saw plenty of time as well. Harry should continue to be an important part of the Patriots offense going forward. However, he'll get a tougher matchup versus the Seattle Seahawks in Week 2. He'll be viewed as a PPR flex option for that contest.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry (shoulder) is expected to suit up against the Dolphins on Sunday. The sophomore wideout logged a full practice session on Friday, so it appears he will be catching passes from quarterback Cam Newton in Week 1. Harry has high expectations from some heading into the 2020 campaign and a good matchup against Miami in Week 1, so he should be classified as a must-start in deeper formats.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry (shoulder) and rookie tight end Dalton Keene (neck) are both questionable for Week 1 against the Dolphins. Harry was reportedly a full practice participant on Friday, so he should be fine to play this weekend. The second-round wideout should see a healthy amount of targets from quarterback Cam Newton this year as the No. 2 receiver behind Julian Edelman, so Harry should have some flex appeal in deeper leagues right out of the gates. Just make sure to check back on Sunday morning to make sure Harry is active.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry wasn't too effective during his rookie season, but hopefully that will change. He has a favorable matchup against the Miami Dolphins in Week 1. The Pats don't have many reliable receiving options besides Julian Edelman. Harry could be in for a big year, assuming he can stay healthy. He'll likely see a heavy dose of targets during Week 1. Whether or not he makes those targets count remains to be seen. Harry should have WR2 value against the Dolphins, but at worst he should be a high-end WR3.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry missed his third straight day of practice at training camp on Friday for undisclosed reasons. While we're not sure what Harry is dealing with, any additional day he is held out of workouts is one fewer day he has to prove to the coaching staff that he belongs in the starting lineup beside Julian Edelman and Mohamed Sanu. The former first-round pick won't win with separation, but he can make contested catches and is more intriguing from a fantasy perspective if Cam Newton wins the starting job under center. Injuries prevented Harry from seeing the field much in his rookie season, and he'll need to get back to practice in camp to convince owners that he's worth a late-round stab in fantasy drafts.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry is eager to begin working with his new quarterback. Cam Newton and Harry were seen working out together for roughly two hours. They were reportedly running plays from the Patriots playbook. Harry is likely going to be the No. 3 receiver to start the season behind Julian Edelman and Mohamed Sanu Sr. on the depth chart. Last season, Harry hauled in seven receptions, 105 yards, and two touchdowns through seven games. His fantasy value should be on the rise, assuming he's able to stay healthy. Harry likely won't have much standard league value, but could be a decent deep league option. It's going to depend on what kind of chemistry the two of them can develop.
New England Patriots wide receiver N'Keal Harry lost half of his rookie season in 2019 after suffering injuries last preseason. The first-round pick couldn't get on the same page with Tom Brady upon his return midseason. Harry had trouble separating from defenders and caught just 12 passes for 105 yards and two touchdowns in seven games. He was last among New England's wideouts with an average of 2.2 separation yards, according to Next Gen Stats. As a result, Harry is working with The Footwork King, Rischad Whitfield, in an intense offseason program. There's a focus on Harry playing higher and gaining more functional strength at the line of scrimmage. If the 22-year-old can become quicker with his feet with his excellent catch radius and size in the red zone, Harry could deliver on his first-round pedigree. He'll need to develop chemistry with Jarrett Stidham, but Harry should be in three-wide sets from the get-go in 2020.