N'Keal Harry not living up to being a first-round pick has been a major topic of conversation for seemingly the last year.
Harry was the second player selected in the 2019 draft (No. 32 overall), but yet a number of players selected after him -- A.J. Brown, D.K. Metcalf, Deebo Samuel, etc. -- have made immediate impacts with their respective teams.
In 12 career games, Harry has 30 catches for 271 yards and three touchdowns. It is worth pointing out that 42 of them -- 15 percent -- came on the final drive against the Seahawks in Week 2.
Monday on Dale & Keefe, Rich Keefe found a pre-draft scouting report on Harry from Walker Football that seems pretty spot-on.
“Team sources say that Harry is not real twitchy or explosive," it read. "They worry about how he’s not fast in and out of breaks and don’t see suddenness. Some sources said that Harry reminded them of Ole Miss wide out Laquon Treadwell, who is currently headed towards bust status wth the Vikings. Some other sources are saying they are grading Harry on the second day of the 2019 NFL Draft and feel he is a kin to Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Devin Funchess. One team source said they originally planned on grading Harry in Round 2, but were lowering him to the third round.”
Certainly things could change as it's only been 12 games, but to this point Harry hasn't shown anything to prove this scouting report wrong.