Philadelphia Eagles seven-round NFL mock draft: February edition

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. . Round 2, Tylan Wallace. . player. 856.

The Philadelphia Eagles’ offense gets its receiving weapon.

Oklahoma State wideout Tylan Wallace may not be the big-name wideout that most Philadelphia Eagles fans have been clamoring for, but don’t be fooled. He’s a star.

After racking up 3,400 yards and 27 touchdowns at the collegiate level, he’s a big play waiting to happen. He’s capable of being moved around an offense as he can serve the Eagles in a multitude of ways. He works both on the outside or in the slot.

For whatever reason, Wallace is a lesser-known wideout but he has all of the tools necessary to be a star at the next level (and for the Philadelphia Eagles if they’re paying attention).

He has the softest hands in the 2021 NFL Draft (that’s not a misprint), and he can run all of the routes while also separating at the top of them.

Wallace has the size and raw speed to be a deep threat while also playing across the middle in traffic. Philly needs to add wide receiver talent to this roster, and adding Wallace in the second round could be a huge first step in establishing offensive dominance.