NFL Draft prospects Eagles can replace Jalen Reagor with as starters

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829. . . . John Metchie III, Alabama. 10. player

Potential Eagles draft prospect John Metchie III

No one can ignore how impressive John Metchie III has been now that DeVonta Smith and Jaylen Waddle are playing on Sundays, but it’s also difficult to ignore that their presence in The Tide’s lineup a season ago made Metchie look a lot better as the guy lining up against the opposing defense’s third-best cornerback than he has looked as one of the focal points of Bama’s passing game in 2021.

This is still one of the 15 best wideouts in the country, but it will be interesting to see if he climbs draft boards or falls as we move through the pre-draft process.

833. . . . Wan'Dale Robinson, Kentucky. 9. player

Potential Eagles draft prospect Wan’Dale Robinson

Guess what ladies and gentlemen? They play football at Kentucky now! Okay, you’re probably sick of that joke by now, and the Wildcats aren’t quite ready to steal the SEC East from the Georgia Bulldogs. Still, this is a solid program that’s becoming fertile ground for future NFL prospects.

Add Wan’Dale Robinson to that list. He looks more like a slot guy for the next level. He’s five-foot-eleven and 185 pounds, but against the best competition one can find at the NCAA level in the SEC, he’s been solid whenever the ball comes his way. During Kentucky’s 5-0 start, he consistently came up with clutch catches to keep the streak going.