This will be Harry’s only workout before the draft. Harry could be in play for the Cardinals with their second-round pick at No. 33 overall.
Harry, who measured nearly 6-3 and 228 pounds at the Combine, is regarded as one of the draft’s top receivers and could be a first-round pick in April.
All 32 teams attended Arizona State’s pro day. Harry has also reportedly drawn interest from the Cardinals, Broncos and Lions.
Harry, 21, played three years for Arizona State. Over his career, he caught 213 passes for 2889 yards (13.6 YPC) and 22 touchdowns. His senior year he also returned 9 punts at a 16.9 average with one touchdown.