Here are a few other Philadelphia Eagles that could make an impact.
Second-year Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Jalen Reagor is an off-the-radar guy this year. No, he didn’t perform to the fans’ satisfaction last year, but he should be in line for a breakout season. The Eagles hired Nick Sirianni who emphasizes player development. This could be HUGE!
Reagor showed some flashes last year especially showing his speed. Reagor had 31 receptions out of 54 targets for 396 yards and one touchdown. Keep in mind he only played in 11 games last year due to his UCL tear. If he has more targets in year two, he will thrive.
This could be an absolute goldmine because his ADP is 15.03! This means you can take him SUPER late in the draft. Low-risk high reward. Don’t sleep on Jalen Reagor this year he could put up big numbers. As mentioned earlier, if Smith isn’t 100-percent healthy because of the MCL sprain, Reagor could be the next guy up. He could potentially be the number one guy depending on Smith’s production and health.
Dallas Goedert will most likely be a top-ten tight end this year and should be the number one tight end on the field whether Zach Ertz is still on the roster or not. Ertz remaining on the roster could hurt Goedert’s production some though. Ertz is still an unbelievable talent, and despite the fact that he didn’t produce to the same level as he did in 2018 a season ago, he can still compete at an elite level in 2021. Goedert hauled in 46 receptions on 65 targets for 524 yards and three touchdowns in 2020. That isn’t much to brag about, but Goedert should, no doubt see his targets increase this year.
Goedert’s ADP is 7.03. This is good because you can wait to get him mid-draft. Players around his ADP are Logan Thomas and Noah Fant. The argument is between Thomas and Goedert, both could have about the same numbers. With Curtis Samuel joining Washington this off-season Thomas might have fewer targets. Goedert and Hurts could be a force to be reckoned with.