Whom will Chip Kelly and company turn to replace his production? Among the plethora of options, NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah thinks one Pac-12 product could be the right fit for the team if it decides to stand pat and select somebody at No. 20 overall.
Jeremiah ranks the former Sun Devil as the No. 27 overall player in the 2015 NFL Draft, and he would be right in the range where the Eagles pick in the first round. Fellow NFL Media analyst Mike Mayock is in agreement that there's a clear top three at the wide receiver position, and considers Strong to be the fourth-best player at the position.
Strong was among the most productive wideouts out West during his time in Tempe, and was quite the red-zone threat during his time at ASU. While he certainly could be on the team's radar, another receiver could be more in line with what head coach Chip Kelly is looking for at the spot.
Green-Beckham is among the most intriguing prospects in the draft as a former No. 1 overall recruit who has ideal size at 6-foot-5. He ran a 4.49 in the 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine.