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Philadelphia Eagles Combine Cheat Sheet: Wide receiver 

INDIANAPOLIS -- This wide receiver class is widely known as one of the deepest in recent years. Use this preview as a cheat sheet for tonight's action as these talented pass catchers take the field at Lucas Oil Stadium and understand which drills are most important throughout the workout! For a full explanation of each category, refer to the bottom of the piece!

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First-Round Front-Runner
Jerry Jeudy, Alabama People are interested to see how Jeudy tests and weighs in, but he is a crafty route runner who plays like a pro. Appears to be a "plug-and-play" type of receiver who can play inside and outside.
Table inside Article
First-Round Front-Runner
WR Jerry Jeudy, Alabama: People are interested to see how Jeudy tests and weighs in, but he is a crafty route runner who plays like a pro. Appears to be a "plug-and-play" type of receiver who can play inside and outside.

Workout Warrior: KJ Hamler, Penn State

There are a number of speedy wideouts in this class, including Alabama's Henry Ruggs (who easily could hold this spot), but Penn State players have repeatedly hit home runs at the Combine, and I expect Hamler to continue that trend. He should be electric across the board.

Stopwatch Shocker: Devin Duvernay, Texas: Whether it’s the explosiveness of Hamler, Henry Ruggs, Jalen Reagor, or any of the other speedy receivers in this class, people seem to sleep on Duvernay, who starred on the Texas high school track circuit before his days with the Horns. His cousin, Kyler Murray, has some wheels on him as well.
Stopwatch Shocker: Devin Duvernay, Texas: Whether it’s the explosiveness of Hamler, Henry Ruggs, Jalen Reagor, or any of the other speedy receivers in this class, people seem to sleep on Duvernay, who starred on the Texas high school track circuit before his days with the Horns. His cousin, Kyler Murray, has some wheels on him as well.

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