Kelvin Harmon’s 2018 season
A junior with the NC State Wolfpack last year, Harmon had a very productive season playing in Dave Doernen’s offense. Catching passes from fellow draftee Ryan Finley, he helped lead them to a 9-4 record and an appearance in the Gator Bowl.
On the season, he had 81 receptions for 1186 yards and seven touchdowns, as he continued to show his growth as a receiver. Harmon didn’t start playing football until he was 13, which just goes to show how much untapped potential he still has.
Never a burner, Harmon still was able to beat a lot of the cornerbacks who were covering him because he is one those players that has game speed. The cornerbacks he couldn’t get by with his speed he managed to beat with his excellent ball skills.
He averaged 14.6 yards per catch on the season, a more-than-respectable number. Harmon showed the ability to make tough, contested catches, which routinely helped the Wolfpack move the chains.