NFL Draft prospects Eagles can replace Jalen Reagor with as starters

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826. . . . Zay Flowers, Boston College. 8. player

Potential Eagles draft prospect Zay Flowers

Unless you’re an alum of Boston College or they were playing another team that you were watching, you probably missed a lot of Boston College football, so here’s something to make note of. As usual, they’ve got some players. One of their best on the offensive side of the ball is 2022 draft prospect Zay Flowers.

He’s shorter and has a smaller frame than Wan’Dale Robinson, but he should wind up being one of the top ten receivers on everyone’s board when April rolls around.

879. . . . Justyn Ross, Clemson. 7. player

Potential Eagles draft prospect Justyn Ross

It wasn’t the season that the Clemson Tigers expected, and Justyn Ross hasn’t looked like himself for the majority of it. Having a new guy under center for the first time in three seasons may have had something to do with that, but we’ve seen enough of Ross to know that he has a good skill set.

Teams will love his size. He’s six-foot-fur and 205 pounds, but you can probably also hang your hat on the fact that his medical issues will be called into question.

Much of his draft-day story will be determined by his medical reports. He’ll be selected by someone though.