N’Keal Harry a Vincentian American football player has been dubbed an early front-runner to be next year’s No. 1 receiver prospect.

Harry is a wide receiver for the Arizona Sun Devils team. After showing off his athleticism and physicality in a season-opening win over UTSA, Harry brought more of the same in Saturday night’s upset win over Michigan State. Through two games, Harry has 12 receptions for 229 yards and three touchdowns. Reporters claim that if he declares early for the 2019 NFL draft, he won’t have to wait long to hear his name called. N’Keal was taken to the Phoenix metro area by his grandmother from St. Vincent as a child to allow room for more opportunities and has tried several different sports as a child.

While at ASU during the 2016 season opening game against Northern Arizona University, Harry became just the ninth true freshman in school history to start a season opener. In his freshman season, Harry posted 58 catches for 659 yards and five touchdowns. Additionally, Harry ran for 69 yards and scored twice and completed a 46-yard pass of his own. For his efforts in his rookie year, N’Keal was honored by Scout, Football Focus and Campus Insiders as a Freshman All-American.

In his most recent game against Michigan State, team work definitely came to play when Harry and ASU quarterback Manny Wilkins managed to tie the game in the forth quarter. Wilkins hit receiver Kyle Williams for a 38-yard gain. Marry sent a jump ball to Harry, who won it against Michigan State cornerback Justin Layne. Harry rolled into the end zone after the 21-yard toss from Wilkins. When asked about the touchdown, Harry expressed, “That touchdown was really just me and Manny being in the same page. He trusted me to come down with the ball. And he put the ball in the perfect spot. He put it in a spot where the defender really didn’t have much chance to getting to it. At that end of the time it’s all the extra work that we’ve done after practice, throughout the past couple years and it showed.”