2020 NFL Draft early declaree and TCU wide receiver Jalen Reagor is a tantalizing prospect with great speed and quick twitch.
One of the first early underclassmen declarations for the 2020 NFL Draft, Texas Christian University wide receiver Jalen Reagor will skip his senior season of collegiate ball and take his talents to the next level. At just 5-11 and 195 pounds, Reagor may be small in stature, but remains one of the more lethal receivers in this year’s draft class and will make one lucky team happy when April rolls around.
While his production dipped this year due to injuries and subpar quarterback play, Reagor managed to put straight fire on film, and as a result, should hear his name called in the top 60 without much hesitation. A big time playmaker, Reagor has the ability to win deep over the top, or underneath with his elite footwork.
When discussing speed at the wide receiver position in this year’s class, the conversation usually revolves around Alabama’s Henry Ruggs III, but Reagor has burners attached to his legs as well. Reagor is going to be lethal in the NFL, and receiver needy teams like the Philadelphia Eagles, the Cleveland Browns (with Odell Beckham Jr. rumors swirling), and the Buffalo Bills should take notice.
Here is an in-depth look at Reagor as he prepares for the next phase of his career.