N’Keal Harry, a Vincentian native living in Arizona, recently helped his football team win yet another game.

N’Keal, a ASU junior wide receiver, caught a total of nine balls for 161 yards and three touchdowns. His catches gave ASU a head-start on the score board leading with 14-0 and eventually going on to win the game against Utah with a 38-20 final score. During the halftime break, fans got worried as the footballer hurried off the field holding his right arm, a suspected injury, but when asked about the injury, N’Keal assured that his only reason for running off was to get some time to think because he knew he had to be tough for the second half of the game.

ASU’s coach acknowledges the important role N’Keal plays in the team in his statement, “We didn’t throw it a lot, but we made it count,” ASU head coach Herm Edwards said after the game. “N’Keal’s a fabulous player and he has two back-to-back games now where without his presence, it hurts you.” Harry is now tied for fifth in program history in career touchdown receptions with 22 and is the first Sun Devil since Devin Lucien against California in 2015 to have a three-score game.