Philadelphia Eagles: 5 Possible NFL Draft replacements for Alshon Jeffery

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Tamorrion Terry could give the Philadelphia Eagles a big receiver that can run.

Florida State Seminoles standout Tamorrion Terry stands at six-foot-four and tips the scales at 203 pounds. If you need a comparison, that means he’s about an inch shorter than Mr. Jeffery and just under 15 pounds lighter. The Noles continue to find these freakish athletes on the recruiting trail.

Sometimes, playing a dependent position means wide receivers can see a drop in production. FSU hasn’t had a consistent and competent player at the quarterback position in quite some time. In 2020, they’ve also been dealing with issues along their offensive line. In addition to that, Terry has been a little banged up to begin the ACC campaign.

In 2019, Terry hauled in 44 receptions for 892 yards. In the process, he found his way into the end zone eight times, including a brilliant 75-yard catch and run versus the Boise State Broncos.

Tall guys can get hurt a lot, and seeing Terry deal with some physical issues can be considered a red flag. It’s also fair to assume that his junior season in Tallahassee might be his last at the collegiate level. If Philly is looking to bolster their wide receiver position on Day 2 of the selection meeting, Terry might fit the bill.