ASU’s N’Keal Harry, Renell Wren measure in at NFL Combine
Does height matter?
Well, if you’re a potential franchise quarterback, yes.
If you’re Arizona State product N’Keal Harry? Probably not.
The wide receiver measured in at 6-foot-2 3/8 inches on Thursday at the NFL Combine, slightly shorter than the 6-foot-4 listing he had while in Tempe.
Harry was also tied for the heaviest wide receiver at the combine at 228 pounds, according to Yahoo! Sports’ Charles Robinson. The other 228-pound wide receiver? Ole Miss’ D.K. Metcalf, who has 1.6 percent body fat and is insanely ripped.
Harry also has a 33-inch arm and a wingspan of 78 2/8 inches.
ASU’s other combine participant, defensive lineman Renell Wren, measured in on Friday.
Wren weighed 318 pounds and was 6-foot-4 7/8 inches, according to Robinson.
Wren weighed 315 pounds at the Senior Bowl in January and was listed at 297 pounds at ASU.
His wingspan was 81 6/8 inches and had a 33 7-8-inch arm.
Harry and Wren will have their positional workouts on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.
Wide receivers work out at 8 a.m. on Saturday while defensive linemen will at 7 a.m. on Sunday.