University of Michigan star WR Roman Wilson said he had a meeting with the Philadelphia Eagles at the Senior Bowl, as per 4th and JAWN.

The Eagles have two big-time stars at WR, in A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith, but are lacking a good third WR.

Quez Watkins has failed to fill that void and has been a major disappointment. Veteran Julio Jones is on his last legs and doesn’t have much left in the tank.

Finding a good third WR is something the Eagles will look to do and Michigan star Roman Wilson could fill that spot.

Michigan WR Roman Wilson (1). Photo courtesy of Junfu Han, Detroit Free Press

Wilson led the National Champion Michigan Wolverines in receiving yards with 789 and touchdowns with 12 during the 2023 season. He delivered big plays against Ohio State and Alabama to keep Michigan alive late in the season.

Wilson played four years for the Wolverines. He had 107 catches for 1707 yards and 20 touchdowns and was a large part of Michigan’s passing attack over the last few years.

Wilson is projected by many as a Day 2 pick in the NFL draft. He is a slot receiver with good speed. Wilson is projected by many as a Day 2 pick.

He is a slot receiver with good speed and excellent hands. Wilson measured in at 5-foot-10 and 186 pounds. What he lacks in size, is made up for with speed

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