ESPN Fantasy Projection: The Patriots drafted Harry in the first round of the 2019 draft, but an injury limited the Arizona State product to a 12-105-2 receiving line on only 23 targets in just seven regular-season games. Though he operated in a situational role, Harry actually paced the Patriots in targets during their final two games (including the wild-card loss to Tennessee). Harry is obviously a strong candidate for a great leap forward in his second season, especially with little competition for targets behind Julian Edelman. The big question mark here is Jarrett Stidham, because the second-year QB and Tom Brady replacement is a major unknown. Harry is worth a bench spot because of his upside and pedigree, but he can't be considered a viable flex at the start of 2020.