The New England Patriots have agreed to a four-year contract with first-round draft pick N’Keal Harry out of Arizona State.
The wide receiver is expected to come in and immediately add to the Pats physicality in the passing game and to provide Tom Brady with a big play receiver, as well as red zone threat.
Patriots reached agreement with first-round pick N’Keal Harry on a 4-year, $10,098,348 deal that includes a $364,252 signing bonus, per source.
Because Harry is a first-round pick, the Patriots will have a fifth-year option on him as well.
Harry caught 213 passes in three years at Arizona State for nearly 3,000 yards. He added 23 touchdowns in the course of his three years as a Sun Devil.
Harry will pair with Julian Edelman and Phillip Dorsett for sure, and if Josh Gordon is reinstated to the NFL and Demaryius Thomas is healthy, they will factor in as well.