Hollins has some serious upside. At 6’4″, 221 pounds with 4.53 speed, he has the potential to be a big-play threat for the Eagles down the road.
The reason Hollins ranks last on the list is where he was taken. With only 81 receptions for 1,667 yards over four seasons was he really worth a fourth-round pick over a player like Jamaal Williams? It’s certainly debatable.
It should be noted, however, that Hollins missed a large portion of the 2016 season due to injury, so his college production is deflated to a degree.
Hollins wasn’t a horrible pick, but the Eagles could have done better.