5 Potential 2021 Carson Wentz replacements, if you still aren’t convinced

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. Kyle Trask, Florida. 5. player. 840. .

Trask is a nice option if the Eagles start to worry about Carson Wentz long-term.

Last season, for whatever reason, Kellen Mond felt like he was just some guy. Now, he’s showing that he can be clutch, that he might be one of the best quarterbacks in the country, and that he deserves some consideration, but he’s also streaky as heck.

While many thought Mond could evolve into the best signal-caller in the SEC in 2020, it appears that Kyle Trask has pulled the rug right from under him, especially now that we’ve all figured out that Jamie Newman may not be what we once thought he was.

Trask is a six-foot-five and 239-pound standout that, at the time of this story being published, is completing just under 72 percent of his passes as he’s tossed 14 touchdown passes versus only one interception in his first three games of the SEC season. He isn’t on the Trevor Lawrence level yet, but then again, who is in this class?

If Wentz can’t lead the Eagles to the playoffs in a division as weak as the NFC East, the criticism will continue. If Philly is in the market for a quarterback in 2021 and looking to add another to ‘The Factory’ in, say, Round 2 or so, this is a decent option. Hey, you didn’t think they’d take a quarterback in the second round during the most recent draft either though, did you?