As it stands now, the Eagles' top four receivers appear to be Miles Austin and Riley Cooper and second-year pros Jordan Matthews and Josh Huff. But is there a true go-to guy in that group? Perriman's size, speed and pedigree (his dad was a longtime NFL receiver) might lead teams to think he eventually can be a No. 1 receiver.
Cornerback, safety and an edge rusher also would seem to be key positional needs for the Eagles. The top four edge rushers likely would be gone by the time the Eagles pick at No. 20. There is just one safety -- Alabama's Landon Collins -- who is worthy of a first-round pick, and he, too, could be gone. Thus, the Eagles' first-rounder could come down to a decision between a corner and a wide receiver.