Philadelphia Eagles draft: Top 3 wide receiver options in Round 4

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Day 3 of the NFL Draft offers WR potential for the Philadelphia Eagles.

Remember when Philadelphia Eagles fans were hopeful that JJ Arcega-Whiteside would be the next Alshon Jeffery? We’re now two miserable years into what’s been an unimpressive start for JJAW, the Eagles find themselves needing some red-zone weapons.

Jeffery was released. Zach Ertz will likely follow him out (if not this year than next), and Arcega-Whiteside offers little hope for this fan base.

Just about everyone wants the Philadelphia Eagles to address the wide receiver position early in the 2021 NFL Draft, but the fact is they may not. They have huge needs everywhere. Still, no one should be surprised if they address the position earlier, later, or if they double-dip.

Seth Williams is an early Day 3 prospect if the Birds are interested in addressing their wideout concerns on Day 3. Once considered to be a first-round player, this former basketball standout is six-foot-two and tremendously talented at hauling in contested catches.

His strong hands and physicality make him an attractive late-round prospect. He might be what the Birds thought JJAW was. His is a name to consider. Here are two others.