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NCAA Football: Arizona State at Arizona Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

28 days, four short weeks until the 2019 NFL Draft begins.

While we debate and wait to see who the Arizona Cardinals take with the first pick, their pick at 33 has become quite the question mark.

While they’ve shown interest in a number of players, spending time with Chris Lindstrom of Boston College, Andy Isabella of UMass and Erik McCoy of Texas A&M, they plan on spending time with another.

N’Keal Harry had his Pro Day on Wednesday and put on quite a show in front of a number of NFL teams at Arizona State University.

Now he’ll be meeting with the Arizona Cardinals.

Harry has been a dynamic playmaker during his three short years at ASU, despite average quarterback play.

He’s a game changer with the ball in his hands and can make plays all over the field.

The real question is will he make it to the 33rd pick.

Based on the talk at the Pro Day and after, it is doubtful.

However, if the Cardinals make a move down from one or find a pick in the mid to late first he could be in play.

He’d be a great fit for the Cardinals and give their team a big-bodied target outside and in.

Yet, sometimes great fits don’t matter, especially when you draft 1 and 33.