10 Possible replacements for Philadelphia Eagles WR Alshon Jeffery in 2021

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874. . . . T.J. Vasher, Texas Tech. 4. player

Write the names T.J. Vasher and Seth Williams down if you’re a Philadelphia Eagles fan.

Patrick Mahomes was a nice reminder that the Texas Tech Red Raiders take their football very seriously in Lubbock. Though they don’t hold the same zeal that other programs in the lone-star state hold, they have been the stomping grounds of some well known NFL stars at the wide receiver position like Danny Amendola, Michael Crabtree, Keke Coutee, and Wes Welker.

Might T.J. Vasher keep the tradition going? He’s a six-foot-six and 210-pound target that Carson Wentz wouldn’t have any issues finding on third down or in the red zone. In 35 career games, he’s hauled in 127 receptions for 1,756 yards and 19 touchdowns. Keep an eye on him. You can best believe the ‘Birds’ will too.

3. player. 842. . . . Seth Williams, Auburn

In 25 career games with the Auburn Tigers, Seth Williams put 85 receptions, 1.364 receiving yards, and 13 trips to the end zone on his career resume. He figures to declare early for the NFL Draft, and once he does, you can best believe he’ll be on every NFL scout’s list of the top five wide receivers in 2021’s draft.

Size definitely isn’t an issue here. He’s six-foot-three and tips the scale at 224 pounds.