Vincentian N'Keal Harry signed by Super Bowl champs

By April 26, 2019
Vincentian N'Keal Harry signed by Super Bowl champs JBP

N’Keal Harry was the latest Caribbean national to be drafted by an NFL team on Thursday when he was selected by Super Bowl champions, the New England Patriots during the 2019 draft held in Nashville, Tennessee.

Harry, a 6-foot-2, 228-pound receiver attended Arizona State, is from St. Vincent. He spent three years at Arizona State before declaring for the draft. During his time at ASU, the 21-year-old receiver played 37 games and scored 22 touchdowns while posting 213 receptions for 2,889 receiving yards.

The receptions and yards are third best in school history.

Harry was actually born in Toronto, Canada, before moving to St. Vincent and the Grenadines as a baby.

His grandmother eventually took him to Phoenix, Arizona where he tried several sports including soccer, football, and basketball, among others.

She eventually allowed him to play American football and he starred at Chandler High School after transferring from Marcos de Niza High School in Tempe.

In his junior season, Harry caught 13 touchdown passes on 30 catches for 657 yards.

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