Philadelphia Eagles: 5 Best SEC wideouts not named Chase, Smith, or Waddle

Ja’Marr Chase (Mandatory Credit: LSU Athletics/Pool Photo via USA TODAY Network)
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Terrace Marshall Jr. (Mandatory Credit: Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports) /

817. . . . Terrace Marshall Jr., LSU. 1. player

Here’s who could be a sleeper if you’re a Philadelphia Eagles fan.

Do yourself a favor. Grab a sheet of paper. Write Terrace Marshall‘s name down. Put that name in your memory bank if you haven’t done so already, and place that sheet of paper somewhere you can get to it quickly if you need to reference it.

Do you want size? Marshall has that. He stands at six-foot-three and tips the scales at 200 pounds. Oh, you want speed too? Place a checkmark by Marshall’s name there too. He’s pretty quick for his size.

He’s not 4.4-second forty material, but he’s good enough to leave a lot of the Eagles’ young cornerbacks in the dust. His sample size is smaller. He only played 28 games at the collegiate level, but his tape is a nice watch.

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Here’s the resume. Try 106 receptions for 1,594 yards and 23 touchdowns on for size. Expect to hear a lot about Terrace Marshall Jr. between now and April.  Don’t be surprised if, by the time we get to the NFL Draft, he’s someone that gets his name called early in Round 1.

He’s the best wideout on the board not named Ja’Marr Chase, DeVonta Smith, or Jaylen Waddle, and some scouts even have him ranked higher than some of those guys. You can argue among yourselves about that one.