No. 3: N’Keal Harry
N’Keal Harry is another large-bodied receiver that ticks a lot of boxes. At 6-foot-4, 213 pounds, the Arizona State receiver brings the size and weight often attributed to a No. 1 receiver.
He is also yet another top receiver who has reached back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons. Harry chalked up 1,088 receiving yards from 73 receptions in 2018. He averaged 14.9 yards per reception and nine touchdowns.
The Draft Network considers Harry to be red-zone threat, something the 49ers have lacked in recent years:
"N’Keal Harry projects favorably as a prototypical X-receiver in the NFL. Harry’s size, contested catch ability and skills defeating press coverage combine to offer an impressive package of traits, especially when considering the versatility Harry brings to an offense as a RAC receiver, deep threat and as a red-zone target. Harry may require some time to further develop but he has dominant traits."
With Harry named as a deep threat and likely red-zone target, he could also prove to be an attractive pick for the 49ers come draft day.