Oregon Football Recruiting: Interest Growing in WR N’Keal Harry

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While the Oregon football team has shown a growing interest in junior N’Keal Harry from Chandler, Ariz., the Ducks have yet to make an offer, according to azcentral.com.

“They’re reaching out to me but they haven’t offered yet,” Harry told Richard Obert of azcentral.com

The 6’4″, 210 lbs. is ranked fourth in Arizona among wide receivers and the 4-star recruit holds a astonishing 0.9138 composite rating from 247Sports.com. Harry’s speed and height have recruiters from around the country drooling, and the letters have piled up, including offers from Arizona, Arizona State, UCLA, Texas A&M and Washington.

If the Ducks make an offer and successfully lure Harry out of the desert, it would be a recruiting coup similar to Chip Kelly’s acquisition of De’Anthony Thomas from southern California.


The Chandler high school star is a multi-sport athlete that has put up remarkable numbers in a short period of time. Harry had 30 catches for 657 yards and 13 touchowns and helped the Wolves finish 13-1 last season. As a sophomore at Marcos de Niza high school, he racked up 716 yards on 41 catches five touchdowns in nine games

Judging by his mix tapes and highlight reels, the speedy Arizona product would be right at home in Eugene, which has established itself as the fastest city in college football.

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