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By the numbers: A look at N’Keal Harry’s career at ASU

During his three seasons wearing maroon and gold, Arizona State wide receiver N’Keal Harry has made more than a name for himself; he’s become a legend.

Monday, Harry announced his plans to forego his senior season of eligibility to enter the 2019 NFL Draft. Many experts project Harry to be a first-round pick.

If Harry played his senior season, he likely would have shattered nearly all of ASU’s receiving records. Even though he has only played three seasons in Tempe, Harry has already written his name in the ASU history books.

Here’s a look at Harry’s college career by the numbers:

2,889

With 2,889 receiving yards over three seasons, Harry is third all-time in school history. Following his 55-yard game against Arizona, he passed Shaun McDonald, who accumulated 2,867 yards from 2000 to 2002.

Harry has not publicly announced whether or not he will play in Arizona State’s bowl game, but if he does, he has a chance to move up to second on the list. He is 104 yards behind John Jefferson, who racked up 2,993 yards as a Sun Devil.

22

Not only is Harry high on the list of receiving yards in program history, he’s also brought in more touchdown receptions than almost any other Sun Devil. Harry currently sits tied for fifth on the all-time list with 22 receiving touchdowns.

Derek Hagan is ASU’s all-time leader in touchdown receptions with 27, but if Harry were to stay another year, he surely would have shattered that record.

213

Another category in which Harry is toward the top is career receptions. Just like career receiving yards, Harry is third all-time in career receptions in program history.

Ahead of Harry are Hagan and D.J. Foster. To pass Foster, Harry would have to play the bowl game and catch 10 passes.

37

That’s the number of games Harry has played in a Sun Devil uniform. It’s also the number of games in which he logged a reception.

He is on pace to join Foster as the only Sun Devils to catch a pass in every game of their respective careers.

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