3 Philadelphia Eagles prospects that are near-impossible additions at 12

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player. 840. . . . Kyle Pitts, Florida Gators.

Every Philadelphia Eagles fan has had dreams of landing Kyle Pitts.

University of Florida Gators ‘tight end’ Kyle Pitts is arguably the best player in the entire 2021 NFL Draft. At the very least he has the potential to be the most explosive offensive weapon coming out of the class. Might he be another Randy Moss?

It’s funny to think, that only two months ago the mere mention of Pitts had Eagles fans in an uproar. Fast forward to the present day, and he is the top selection amongst Philly’s fans.

At six-foot-six and 245 pounds, the offensive weapon is a matchup nightmare. Blessed with a wide receiver’s speed, a tight end’s size, and the football intelligence coaches hope for in their players, Pitts is a true game-changer anytime he touches the football field. He’s a threat to score anytime he has the ball in his hands. Adding him to the Philadelphia Eagles’ offense would be a huge acquisition moving forward.

The Eagles were in striking distance of Pitts when they sat at the sixth pick, but the move back to twelve may have severed their chances of landing the former Gator. Even so, don’t put it past Roseman to make it happen.