The steep learning curve for rookie wide receivers at the NFL level hasn't stopped fans and analysts from predicting great feats for a loaded 2014 class.
It's hard to keep up with the glowing quotes emanating from offseason practices and training camps.
"That rookie we got, (Jordan) Matthews, is looking real good," McCoy said Tuesday, via Philly Magazine. "There's been a lot of talk about this draft class being deep at wide receivers, but I'm real confident in this one being the best of the class. It's still early, you got to go through the season and see how he does, but he looks amazing."
Slated to open the season as Nick Foles' slot receiver, Matthews finally got some work on the outside in Tuesday's practice.