Philadelphia Eagles: A seven-round Mock draft fans can get behind.

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Terrace Marshall Jr. (Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports) /

817. . . . Rd 2: Terrace Marshall Jr., LSU. . player

Here’s a wideout that brings a big-play threat to the Philadelphia Eagles.

If the Philadelphia Eagles have the opportunity to snag LSU wideout Terrace Marshall Jr in the second round they had better do so. The six-foot-three, 205-pound weapon is truly a big play waiting to happen that has the natural ability to change the Eagles’ offensive fortunes.

Built to be a star in the National Football League, the Tiger product has the soft hands every receiver wishes he had and the nasty style of play that fans adore in a physical wide receiver. He runs a complete route tree and has a sneaky burst that helps him separate at the top of routes and run away from defenders.

A big-bodied prospect, Marshall moves in and out of breaks as a smaller and quicker receiver would. The lesser-known of LSU’s star receivers is a star in the making and would be a huge acquisition for the Philadelphia Eagles and their struggling offense.

Adding this Louisiana State University wideout to the Eagles offense could strike fear in the hearts of the NFC East, something the Philadelphia Eagles haven’t been able to do consistently from the wideout position for a while.