Philadelphia Eagles: The only five prospects that make sense in Round 1

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Ja’Marr Chase definitely makes the Philadelphia Eagles offense faster.

LSU Tiger wideout Ja’Marr Chase is another name that has often been connected to the Philadelphia Eagles as a possible selection. The six-foot-two, 210-pound prospect is a game-changing wideout who’s built like a running back and has a nasty playing style offensive minds love.

A complete receiver, Chase has the ability to separate at the top of routes and is a home run waiting to happen. A physical runner, Chase never shies away from contact and makes his money playing in traffic. All of those traits allow him to win 50-50 balls constantly. He can be plugged in and play anywhere on the offensive side of the ball, Chase can be used in a multitude of ways.

He’s also a great blocking receiver. One thing that sticks out about him is his willingness to get his hands dirty in the running game. Unafraid to block downfield, Chase is constantly contacting the defense and inserting his dominance.

The Philadelphia Eagles have not had a wideout with Ja’Marr Chase’s ability in a long time and landing him this coming draft would give them a potential star.