Jaelen Strong's message to new Arizona State WR: Break every record

Graham: We're hoping for great things from Harry (2:09)

Arizona State coach Todd Graham shares his excitement about acquiring No. 1 WR recruit N'keal Harry and No. 8 pocket passer recruit Dillon Sterling-Cole, as well as how he sees where his team stands in the Pac-12. (2:09)

Jael Mary, full of grace, has offered his blessings to the guy who could be Arizona State’s next big thing.

N’Keal Harry, a four-star wide receiver from Chandler, Arizona, stuck with his November verbal and signed with Arizona State on Wednesday.

The state’s top-ranked player and No. 22 overall on the ESPN 300 grades as the No. 1 receiver in the country in 2016.

Naturally, former Arizona State wide receiver Jaelen Strong took notice. And he had a not-so-simple request: Break every record.

Up to the task, Harry responded:

From 2013 to 2014, Strong caught 157 passes for 2,287 yards and 17 touchdowns -- including the last-second “Jael Mary” game winner against USC in 2014. Strong finished his first season with the Houston Texans with 14 catches for 161 yards and three touchdowns.

Whether Harry breaks records remains to be seen. But we know he can break backboards.