3. Lamb’s numbers from final two seasons with Sooners
From his strong hands to impressive awareness on the field, Lamb already seems like he will bring plenty to the table as a rookie in the NFL, and one team is certainly going to benefit in a big way from landing the star wideout in the draft.
Plenty of amazing factors stand out in regards to Lamb leading up to the draft, but the numbers from his previous two seasons with the Sooners arguably stand out the most.
As impressive as it was to watch Lamb haul in 127 passes, the 25 touchdown catches shows how much of an end-zone threat he can be in the right offense.
At the moment, the Eagles are fortunate enough to have plenty of reliable weapons for Carson Wentz to work with in the passing game, whether it involves Zach Ertz at tight end or the duo on offense in Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson.
Philadelphia having this kind of talent makes it seem like Lamb wouldn’t see as many passes thrown in his direction during the 2020 season if he were to become part of the Eagles, but also this could benefit the young wideout as well.
If opponents focus most of their attention on the other key members of the Eagles, Lamb could actually see more action as a rookie.