Here is the full Rotoworld piecePhaded wrote: ↑Mon Jul 29, 2019 9:58 amI stated nothing but facts.Weknownothing86 wrote: ↑Mon Jul 29, 2019 9:06 amOr you know Harry has had 5 days at camp and is a rookie so is having some growing pains with what is considered one of the hardest playbooks in the NFL. I understand you want to be right about your "Harry is a bust" take but man give the guy some time to learn. This is training camp overreaction 101
Maurice Harris is a very experienced NFL receiver and established with the Patriots, right?
There is no way you can play off Harris being ahead of Harry as not notable.
Dorsett is understandable as he is a returning Patriots.
"Patriots first-round WR N'Keal Harry was working with the second-team offense behind Maurice Harris and Phillip Dorsett on Sunday.
Analysis: Harry "didn't have the best minicamp" and the Patriots aren't going to run him with the ones full time unless he proves it. With that said, Harry should end up starting alongside Julian Edelman once he works out his rookie mistakes. In fact, Harry was a "starter" in 11-personnel sets on Sunday, a grouping the Patriots trotted out on 68% of passing plays last year. Harry's ADP is affordable with 165 available targets up for grabs in New England but a Josh Gordon reinstatement or Gronk unretirement would cap the rookie's 2019 ceiling."
First blurb says what you said, second blurb said he would be a starter most of the time. Harry has had an up and down camp, i have read stuff like this but have also read he has made some spectacular plays. I dont think anything this time of year is notable, its fun as hell to read about but it doesnt really mean anything. Devante Parker has been a training camp star every year, how has that worked out for him?