Best Eagles Draft Fits: An Explosive Wideout for the Birds?

Here are some players who could be the best fit for the Eagles in Day 3 of the NFL draft:

Demarcus Robinson, WR, Florida, (6-1/203)
If the Eagles take this kid, I'll feel vindicated. There are red flags but I've been praising his talent and explosiveness during the whole process.

Paul Perkins, RB, UCLA, (5-10/208)
Shifty runner. Smaller back but was durable, carrying the ball over 600 times for the Bruins.

Nick Kwiatkoski, LB, West Virginia, (6-2/243)
Former safety in a pass-happy conference so decent coverage skills for a 'backer. Immediate special teams help.

Alex McCalister, DE, Florida, (6-6/239)
Dismissed from the team at Florida but great, raw pass rushing ability. Proper coaching could unleash his potential.

Kolby Listenbee, WR, TCU, (6-0/197)
Listenbee is a burner. You have to worry about him beating press coverage at the next level, but if he does, game over.

Zack Sanchez, CB, Oklahoma, (5-11/185)
The only knock on Sanchez is his size. He was productive and has ball skills.

Alex Collins, RB, Arkansas, (5-10/217)
Excellent production. Not a game breaker but a solid back.

Jonathan Williams, RB, Arkansas, (5-11/220)
Ideal size. Williams missed most of 2015, but has the potential to be a dynamic back. Medical checks will be big.

Deandre Houston-Carson, DB, William & Mary, (6-1/201)
Another FCS player? Risky but Houston-Carson is a hybrid and they're all the rage. Started out at as a corner. Measureables and testing were NFL-caliber.

Charone Peake, WR, Clemson, (6-2/209)
Kind of a one-year wonder but I like his length and ball skills.

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