Redrafting every Philadelphia Eagles pick from their 2020 NFL Draft

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Philadelphia Eagles original pick (200) – WR Quez Watkins (Southern Miss)

In his two games played, Quez Watkins has not recorded a single reception and has been a healthy scratch for most of the year. Given the number of bodies in the wide receiver room for the Eagles, it may be a few more years until Watkins gets a chance to make his presence felt in the offense.

He offers a lot of intrigue because of his blazing speed, but it’s clear that the Eagles trust Hightower much more than Watkins.

Philadelphia Eagles redraft pick (200) – WR Malcolm Perry (Navy)

Malcolm Perry was a quarterback at Navy and offers a ton of positional versatility. He’s primarily played in the slot because of his small frame, but his throwing background could open up the door to a variety of trick plays. Think of him as a poor man’s Greg Ward.

Perry is a better option than Hurts for gadget plays because of his experience running the ball at Navy. Doug Pederson and the Eagles could have used Perry in a variety of ways.