At the end of the ESPN SportsCenter Special: Draft Grades that aired on Monday night, each of the five co-hosts offered a bold prediction for the 2015 NFL Draft class.
Analyst Todd McShay offered an opinion that sounded like "Fly, Eagles Fly" to Eagles fans. He declared that first-round pick Nelson Agholor, the wide receiver out of USC, will be the Offensive Rookie of the Year. McShay went with Agholor even though the top two selections were quarterbacks and Agholor was the fourth receiver picked.
In this week's Big Question, Dave Spadaro, Bo Wulf and I debated which rookie will provide the biggest Year 1 impact for the Eagles. My opinion doesn't match up with McShay's.
- READ: Eagles Draft WR Agholor At No. 20
- READ: Spadaro: A Shot For The Offense In Round 1
- READ: Agholor Blessed To Be An Eagle
- READ: Kelly Explains The Agholor Pick
- READ: Kelly: We Never Discussed Players In Trade Talks
- READ: Inside Agholor's Road To Philly
- READ: Agholor Meets The Media
- PHOTOS: Get To Know WR Nelson Agholor
- VIDEO: Eagles Draft WR Nelson Agholor
- VIDEO: The Reaction On Eagles Draft Central
- VIDEO: Kelly: Agholor Too Good To Pass Up
- VIDEO: Agholor Gets The Call From The Eagles
- VIDEO: Why Is Agholor Such A Good Fit For The Eagles?
- VIDEO: Meet The Top Draft Pick
- VIDEO: The Breakdown: Nelson Agholor
- VIDEO: Agholor's Introductory Press Conference
- VIDEO: Breaking Down What Agholor Will Do For The Offense
- VIDEO: Getting To Know Agholor In Studio