Signed by Seattle as an undrafted rookie free agent following the 2019 NFL Draft.
Will transition to the defensive secondary for his senior season, seeing his first action at safety – a position he projects well at for his professional future
Developed a reputation as a possession receiver with the ability to move the chains in his first significant action in 2016
Plays the game with a mean streak, making him a tough and ferocious blocker on the outside, something that should translate well in his transition to the defensive side of the ball
45 of Jalen Harvey’s 58 career catches (77.6 percent) went for a first down (26 of his 33 catches last season) while he averaged 16.6 yards per catch average in his career and 47 yards per catch on two career touchdown receptions.
Redshirt Senior (2018)
Made the switch to the defensive secondary in his senior season after spending the first three years of his career at wide receiver.
Played in 10 games, filling multiple safety in the Sun Devil’s 3-3-5 defense.
Finished second on the team in tackles (70), despite just playing in 10 of the 13 matchups
His 70 tackles were third-most among safeties in the Pac-12
Had one of his biggest games against San Diego State (9/15), tallying 13 tackles (12 solo) and one tackle for loss
Earned Darren Woodson Outstanding Secondary honor at the annual Football Banquet
Recorded four double-digit tackle performances.
Forced a fumble in the win against USC (10/27)
Redshirt Junior (2017)
Played in all 13 games as a junior and was a key piece at wide receiver
Set career highs in catches (33) and yards (558) on the season
Averaged 16.9 yards per catch and 42 yards per game
Hauled in a 53-yard touchdown in Week 1 against New Mexico St
Had a big game against Oregon (9/23), hauling in eight passes for 133 yards, including his season long 63-yard reception
Harvey was a perfect 14-for-14 on third down receptions and conversions this season.
Redshirt Sophomore (2016)
Caught 21 passes for 330 yards, a 15.7 yards per catch average that easily led the team among players with 15 or more receptions
Had 14 of those receptions (66.7 percent) go for a first down, the highest percentage of catches for a first down on the team.
Had a career game with five receptions (four for first down) and 83 receiving yards against Cal (9/24)
Caught four passes against Texas Tech (9/10)
Redshirt Freshman (2015)
Made five game appearances for the Sun Devils
Scored one touchdown and averaged 18.2 yards per reception
Rated by 24-7 Sports, ESPN and Rivals.com as a four-star prospect; Regarded by 24-7 Sports as the No. 147 overall recruit in the nation, the No. 22 wide receiver in the country and the No. 15 overall prospect in the state of California; listed by ESPN as the nation’s No. 29 wide receiver and by Rivals as the country’s No. 41 prospect at the position; Ranked by Scout.com as the No. 73 wide receiver recruit in the nation
Mentioned on the Tacoma (Wash.) News Tribune’s “Western 100” list after his Senior season