The next NFL draft class could offer an extremely intriguing group of wide receivers, and the group could now be even stronger. Arizona State wide receiver N’Keal Henry is reportedly expected to enter the 2019 NFL Draft.
According to Tony Pauline of Draft Analyst, Henry is reportedly expected to forego his senior season and declare for the draft when the season concludes.
At 6-feet-4, Henry offers extremely compelling size and has used it to dominate his collegiate competition this season.
The junior wide receiver obliterated UTSA in the opener for 140 receiving yards and two touchdowns. Henry then came up big the following week in an upset win over Michigan State with 89 yards and a score.
Having found the end zone in three consecutive games to open the season and averaging a career-best 15 yards per catch, this is the breakout year people were waiting for.
If Henry can maintain this level of production and continue to develop as a route runner, he could make a strong case to be a first-round pick in 2019 if he indeed enters the draft.