Philadelphia Eagles fans are well aware of the talent on both the Buckeye’s and FSU’s rosters.
You can’t talk about NFL Draft’s anymore without bringing up the Ohio State Buckeyes. This football factory will continue to place talent into the NFL in 2021, and for anyone looking for help at wideout, Chris Olave is one of those guys that should get some mention all year long.
In 28 career games at the collegiate level, this six-foot-one and 185-pound wide receiver prospect has done all that he can to help Ohio State’s cause with 61 receptions, 1,046 receiving yards, and 15 trips to the end zone. Expect him to enter the draft after his junior season. Expect him to be a second-day prospect when he does.
Despite the fact that the Florida State Seminoles won their last National Championship at the end of the 2013-2014 college football season, sometimes, it feels like this proud program hasn’t been relevant since the nineties. They’re always a factor in recruiting though, and they still field NFL talent quite often. Look no further than six-foot-four, 203-pound Tamorrion Terry.
Much of the reason that Philly loved Alshon Jeffery was his size. When they selected JJ Arcega-Whiteside in 2019’s draft, they hoped he’d be an Alshon Jeffery clone. So far that hasn’t been the case, but Philly isn’t ready to give up on him yet.
If they’re interested in a bigger target for their star quarterback, Terry fits the bill, but get this. He might be a little faster than both ‘JJAW’ and Jeffery as well.