3. Draft class for 2020 is stacked at wide receiver
Nothing is set in stone at the moment, but there are plenty of draft experts that already believe this year’s class could have the chance to be one of the greatest of all time at wide receiver when looking at all the prospects that will be available.
If the Eagles decide to go with a wide receiver in the first round, there will hopefully be numerous options to choose from at No. 21 once the team is officially on the clock, whether it happens to be Henry Ruggs III or Justin Jefferson.
But even if Philadelphia decides to wait until one of the later rounds to consider a wide receiver, there will still be plenty of great options to choose from.
In fact, there has even been plenty of discussion over the possibility of Philadelphia possibly adding two receivers during this year’s draft, which may not seem like the best idea due to all of the other needs, but also could be beneficial.
With all this in mind, this would make it easier for the Eagles to move on from Arcega-Whiteside if the opportunity to present itself leading up to the draft, especially if other teams viewed his previous second-round potential from a year ago.