Data Scout Notes: 2018: 12-03-18 - Announced Early Entry into 2019 NFL Draft...1stC...2017: 2ndC
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12/05/18 - North Carolina State junior Kelvin Harmon is entering the NFL draft and won't play in the Gator Bowl. Harmon announced his decision Monday through the school, with the receiver saying he and his family have decided "it is time for me to proceed to the next chapter in my football life." Harmon caught 177 passes for 2,665 yards in his career, and his 1,186 yards receiving this year marked the fourth-best single-season total in program history. Harmon's decision was expected. He took part in the Wolfpack's Senior Night ceremonies before the Wake Forest game last month. N.C. State (9-3) plays Texas A&M (8-4) in the Gator Bowl on Dec. 31. - AP College Football
11/27/18 - 2018 ALL-ACC FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES/MEDIA): WR Kelvin Harmon, Jr., NC State, 164 Votes,...The Wolfpack boasts a pair of first-team all-conference players at wide receiver, the first school in league history to do so, as junior Kelvin Harmon and RS-junior Jakobi Meyers were both honored. Harmon is the lone player in the ACC averaging over 100 yards per game, his mark of 101.7 ranks sixth nationally in the Power-5. With 1,119 yards so far this season, he joins Torry Holt and Jerricho Cotchery as the only players in school history to turn in two 1,000-yard receiving campaigns. - NC State Football
11/12/18 - NOV 12 ACC RECEIVER OF THE WEEK: Kelvin Harmon, NC State, Jr., WR; Palmyra, N.J.,...Fourth ACC Receiver of the Week honor this season for the Wolfpack wideout ... Harmon tied the NC State single-game record with 15 receptions for 134 yards in last Thursday night's 27-23 loss to Wake Forest ... The 15 catches marked the highest reception total among Power 5 players this season ... Registered his fifth 100-yard game of the year while playing every NC State offensive snap in the game (81) ... Leads the ACC and ranks fifth in the FBS with 107.2 receiving yards per game. - ACC Football
10/29/18 - OCT 29 ACC RECEIVER OF THE WEEK: Kelvin Harmon, NC State, Jr., WR, Palmyra, N.J.,...Third ACC Receiver of the Week honor for the Wolfpack wideout ... Pulled down 11 catches for 247 yards and two touchdowns in the Wolfpack's 51-41 loss at Syracuse ... Accounted for 46 percent of the team's 541 yards of total offense while playing 71 snaps on offense ... Harmon's yardage total was the second-highest in the FBS this season and ranked behind only Torry Holt's 255 yards versus Baylor in 1998 on NC State's all-time single-game list. - ACC Football
10/19/18 - It doesn't matter to North Carolina State's Kelvin Harmon whether he's wide open downfield or tussling with a defensive back as the ball comes his way. Just get the ball close, and he's going to make that catch. The junior has developed into the unquestioned No. 1 receiver atop a deep position group for the No. 16 Wolfpack entering Saturday's trip to No. 3 Clemson. He has the size and strength to make tough catches, the quickness to work his way open for a cleaner look and the willingness to battle through - or over - contact for a contested grab. "It's just having those physical skillsets and using them and believing I can make a catch even though it might look weird to some people," Harmon said. "But I just believe if my hands are free, I can make any catch."
Harmon is coming off the program's first 1,000-yard receiving season since 2003 and is on pace for another for the Wolfpack (5-0, 2-0 Atlantic Coast Conference), who is off to the program's best start since going 9-0 behind Philip Rivers in 2002. Harmon is a tough matchup for any secondary. He's an NFL prospect with his 6-foot-3, 214-pound frame. He leads the ACC in receiving yards per game (106.8) and has 33 catches for 534 yards with a pair of scores. He had a quiet season opener, but has snagged at least six catches and 94 yards receiving four straight games. The Tigers (6-0, 3-0) know all about Harmon. In last year's 38-31 Clemson win in Raleigh, Harmon had eight catches for 155 yards and a 40-yard touchdown. "He's big," Clemson defensive coordinator Brent Venables said. "He's strong. He's fast. He's instinctive. He's got great hands, understands leverage and understands how to run routes. - AP College Football