NFL Draft prospects Eagles can replace Jalen Reagor with as starters

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808. . . . Drake London, USC. 6. player

Potential Eagles draft prospect Drake London

USC Trojan Drake London looks like the outside threat that will have NFL scouts and teams salivating. You can go ahead and scribble his name down in your notes.

He’s more of the possession receiver and red-zone target than the burner (game speed makes him look like a 4.5-second guy). Still, if JJ Arcega-Whiteside didn’t make you give up on Pac-12 receivers and if Nelson Agholor hasn’t made you give up on Pac-12 receivers that played at USC, this is someone that can be one of the first five wide receivers that are drafted in 2022.

player. 812. . . . Garrett Wilson, Ohio State. 5

Potential Eagles draft prospect Garrett Wilson

Here’s a theory coming out of some circles that you’re probably going to hear a lot more once we arrive at February and conversations turn to player interviews, pro days, and the NFL Scouting Combine. Don’t be surprised if there’s some talk that NFL scouts favor Garrett Wilson more than his teammate, Chris Olave.

In Wilson, teams probably get a slot guy. He’s five-foot-eleven and tips the scales at 186 pounds, but this is probably a 4.4-second guy that played well in the Ohio State Buckeyes’ games versus the Minnesota Golden Gophers and Oregon Ducks, albeit in a loss versus Oregon.