The 2020 NFL Draft took place on Thursday night in digital format due to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic. But that didn’t stop teams from shoring up needs across the board. On that front, the Philadelphia Eagles selected Texas Christian University wide receiver Jalen Reagor with the No. 21 overall pick in the draft.

Reagor was an extremely impactful and productive member of the Horned Frogs football team. He was dual threat as an immensely swift receiver as well as an elusive and speedy returner on special teams.

The punt return skills that Reagor will bring to the team will likely be his flashiest skill coming into his rookie season. In his final year with the Horned Frogs, Reagor went off for 312 total punt return yards on only 15 returns – good for a 20.8-yard average punt return.

Stack that up with the leaders from the 2019 NFL season and Reagor would have finished second in yardage (behind only Deonte Harris of the New Orleans Saints). Reagor would have been first by a mile in yards per punt return – well ahead of Diontae Johnson of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 12.4 average.

The speedy receiver also managed two punt return touchdowns in his junior year at TCU, which was tops in the country and would’ve been #1 in the NFL as well.

The Eagles are surely in need of some help in the receiving corps as the steadfast tight end Zach Ertz led the entire team in receiving yards with only 916. The Iggles surely hope that Reagor will speed his way past that number en route to becoming the team’s No. 1 receiver of the future.