10 Possible replacements for Philadelphia Eagles WR Alshon Jeffery in 2021

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8. player. 808. . . . Amon-Ra St. Brown, USC

Hopefully, Nelson Agholor hasn’t soured Philadelphia Eagles fans on the USC Trojans.

If you’re like a lot of guys on the East Coast, you’ve long turned your back on West Coast receivers, especially the ones that play for the USC Trojans. This program is a long way from where they were when Pete Caroll was pacing the sidelines.

Some of you may still be reeling from the memories of Nelson Agholor lining up incorrectly to cancel out a long touchdown catch and run from Zach Ertz against Carroll’s new team, the Seattle Seahawks in 2016. Even still, Amon-Ra St. Brown might be the cure for some of your Pac-12 ills.

He’s a six-foot-one, 195-pound prospect that figures to go on Day 2 or Day 3 of the draft.

Rondale Moore, Purdue. 7. player. 848. . .

Rondale Moore is one of those small guys who’s going to scare you if he finds his way across the middle and one of those errant Carson Wentz passes carries him into the sights of an approaching safety that’s looking to separate him from the football. He’s only five-foot-nine and 180 pounds.

He’s also another of those sub-4.5-second 40 guys. He missed all but four games in 2019 but still managed 96 yards per game. In 2018, he did the same as he hauled in 114 passes for 1,258 yards and 12 trips to the end zone. By definition, that’s consistency. He’ll be on everyone’s draft board that’s looking for a solid prospect that will be available on Day 2 or day 3 of the NFL Draft.