With the NFL Draft in the books and voluntary offseason workouts underway, the New England Patriots are already fully on to 2022.The team currently has 85 players under contract, but only 53 of them will be able to survive roster cutdowns in early September and ultimately make the active team. Over the course of spring and summer, just like we have in years past, we will take a look at the men fighting for those spots to find out who has the best chances of helping the Patriots build on their 10-7 record.Today https://www.thepatriotsteamstore.com/137-Marcus_Cannon_Jersey, the series kicks off with the lowest jersey number currently issued that of wide receiver N'Keal Harry.Hard factsName: N'Keal HarryPosition: Wide receiverJersey number: 1Opening day age: 24Size: 6-foot-2, 225 poundsContract status: Under contract through 2022 ExperienceWhat is his experience? Harry joined the Patriots as the 32nd overall selection in the 2019 NFL Draft making him the first wideout selected in Round 1 since Bill Belichick's arrival in New England in 2000. Despite his draft profile and intriguing skillset, however, Harry had only a minimal impact in his first year with the team. After starting the season on injured reserve due to an ankle injury suffered in the preseason opener, Harry served primarily as a depth option at the wide receiver position.Over the next two years his status on the roster would not change drastically. He showed some promise as a sophomore in 2020, but failed to elevate himself into a consistent starting role in what was an anemic passing offense for the Patriots in Year 1 after Tom Brady. His 2021 campaign was more of the same: even with Mac Jones succeeding Cam Newton as the team's starting quarterback, Harry never moved beyond rotational status and once again struggled to build a rapport with the man throwing him the ball.The combination of inconsistent development and injuries did not allow Harry to live up to his first-round label. Instead, he enters the fourth year of his career with some disappointing numbers to his name: Harry appeared in only 35 regular season and playoff games over the course of his three-career up until this point. Serving primarily as a depth option and a blocking receiver, he registered just 59 catches for 519 yards and four touchdowns. He also carried the ball eight times for an additional 56 yards.What did his 2021 season look like? Coming off a 33-catch season that saw him gain just 33 309 yards and score two touchdowns, Harry made headlines during the offseason when his agent publicly demanded that the Patriots trade his client. The team did not grant the wish https://www.thepatriotsteamstore.com/129-Marcus_Jones_Jersey, and it was not hard to see why early on in training camp: Harry was a standout performer and appeared to make some significant strides compared to his first two seasons with the team. However, an injury changed his trajectory yet again.