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Author: Jon Kuzma
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Tom Brady is 41 years old and he needs more help than he did just a couple of years ago. That’s because athletes’ fast twitch muscles don’t fire as quickly when they age and it’s harder for Brady to do some of things he used to do when he was younger. Bill Belichick understands this and that’s why he made sure to give his quarterback an elite wide receiver in the 1st round of the 2019 NFL Draft.
You probably know by now that’s Arizona State’s N’Keal Harry and if Belichick sees something in the rookie it’s almost guaranteed he’s a special talent. In fact Harry is the first wide receiver that the legendary coach (Belichick) has selected in the first round since he’s been in charge of the team. It’s because when you look at Harry’s body of work there’s so many accomplishments that jump out. Five star recruit, AP preseason All-American, All-Pac 12 these awards tell a story of athletic excellence and you don’t pass on someone with so much potential. The idea is Harry can be an impact player from day one and help New England overcome the loss of Rob Gronkowski. Both players do their best work by hauling in the football and Brady will often look for his new receiver in the red zone. Scoring touchdowns or settling for field goals can be the difference between winning and losing. The Patriots know they can trust Harry’s size and hands when the game is on line and he’s often compared to Dez Bryant. However Bryant never played with the greatest quarterback of all-time and that means these two can pour it on their opponents this upcoming season. Between Julian Edelman and Harry New England has a lot of firepower and it’s going to be a nightmare trying to cover both of them.
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New England drafted a superstar receiver when they took N’Keal Harry in the first round.