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

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817. . . . Ja'Marr Chase, LSU Tigers. . player

Chase has all the tools to be a star in the Philadelphia Eagles offense.

Even after sitting out of the entire 2020 football season, LSU receiver Ja’Marr Chase is the consensus top prospect at his position. The six-foot and 210-pound star has all the tools and the rare skillset football fans salivate over.

A terror on the offensive side of the ball, Chase has the long speed to separate from defenders along with the nasty playing style to dominate in the middle of the field. The strong-handed prospect would be a monster in the Philadelphia Eagles’ offense.

All the rumors swirling around the league say Chase could be gone as early as the fourth pick, so the chances of the front office landing the former Bayou Bengal could be less than zero. That doesn’t mean Howie Roseman won’t shoot his shot for the difference-maker though.

The Birds’ have the draft capital, all they need is the want, and they can sneak up and snatch Chase. The fans would lose their mind if Roseman could pull it off. Chase could be the perfect investment moving forward.