Philadelphia Eagles 2021 NFL mock draft: Post-Super Bowl edition

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Toney would boost the Philadelphia Eagles offense immediately.

Round 2: Kadarius Toney, wide receiver, Florida

Florida wideout Kadarius Toney has the skillset and the tools to be an immediate game-changer for the Philadelphia Eagles offense. Standing at six-foot and tipping the scales at 195-pounds, Toney has the size and speed that coaches covet as well as the ability to take over a game on offense or with the special teams unit.

Adding a player like Toney to this sputtering Eagles offense would give them a playmaker that demands the ball. He’s a touchdown waiting to happen. All he needs is the ball in his hands. He’ll do the rest. Drafting Toney here would be a steal.

Round 2: Jaycee Horn, cornerback, South Carolina

If the Philadelphia Eagles have a chance to land a player like South Carolina cornerback Jaycee Horn in the second round, they better sprint to the podium. At six-foot-one and 210 pounds, Horn is a perfect size, and he possesses the physical attributes to be a shutdown corner at the next level.

The Eagles’ defense needs all the help that they can get, so finding a player with Jaycee Horn’s skillset at this stage is a steal, one that will pay off for years to come.