Philadelphia Eagles top 4 non-SEC wide receiver options

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Believe it or not Philadelphia Eagles fans, there are WRs from other conferences.

We’ve talked about this so much that you can do this in your sleep by now if you’re a Philadelphia Eagles fan. We’ve long known who the top three wide receiver prospects are in the upcoming NFL Draft. All three played their college ball in the SEC. Just for fun, let’s name them again though.

You’ve got Ja’Marr Chase (LSU), Jaylen Waddle (Alabama), and DeVonta Smith (also from Bama). What you may not know, however, is this. If you keep scrolling through names, the next tier of top prospects also hails from the SEC: Kadarius Toney (Florida), Terrace Marshall (also from LSU), and Elijah Moore (Ole Miss).

Goodness! They do play football in other conferences, right?

Truthfully, the best wide receiver option that didn’t play in the SEC would be Rashod Bateman from the Big Ten’s Minnesota Golden Gophers, but just to make things fun. Let’s throw him out of the discussion as well. Are you not entertained? You should be!

With that being said, let’s do some homework. Here’s where everyone else fell when you get past him and all of that talent from the Southeastern Conference. These four young men are the Eagles’ best wide receiver options that played their college ball in another conference.