Philadelphia Eagles draft: 3 versatile offensive weapons worth targeting

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. . RB/WR Demetric Felton, UCLA. . player. 836.

The more you can do for the Philadelphia Eagles offense, the better.

UCLA Bruin Demetric Felton doesn’t do anything that’s amazing, but he does do everything at a really high level. A running back by trade, Felton made news when he played at the wide receiver position during the Senior Bowl.

Naturally, the athletic Felton took to the position with a smile and looked pretty good doing so. He is a smooth route runner, as well as a strong pass catcher. If he is sitting there on Day 2, the Philadelphia Eagles need to make a move.

A potential offensive weapon, the former Bruin has the tools and football IQ to be a playmaker in the league. His rare combination of raw speed, underrated strength, and a nasty playing style makes him an issue for defenses.

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Whether he is coming out of the backfield or he’s spread out wide, Felton is a real threat to score from anywhere on the field. The Eagles could use a player like this prospect to add speed and agility to their offense right away.