Dallas Cowboys Undrafted Free Agents 2021: Who are these Guys?

ASU's Nick Ralston (22) celebrates a touchdown against UCLA during the first half at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz. on November 10, 2018.Z6i8438
ASU's Nick Ralston (22) celebrates a touchdown against UCLA during the first half at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz. on November 10, 2018.Z6i8438 /
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Mandatory Credit: Jay Janner-USA TODAY NETWORK
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Brennan Eagles – Wide Receiver – Texas

Eagles is a smooth wide receiver who will make contested catches regularly. He is always aware of where he is and where he needs to be leading to a lot of first-down catches just beyond the chains.

He will come across the middle without fear and will use his frame to box out defenders when he does. He highpoints the ball well and uses his length to help him extend his range on balls. The Dallas Cowboys signed a tough player here.

Watching Eagles his route tree is simple and wasn’t asked to run many intricate or complex routes. He won’t always come back to the ball which allows defenders to get over the top of him. He creates better separation when he comes across the middle than any other route and while smooth his speed isn’t always enough to pull away from defenders. He does have some drop concerns over the past few seasons. Scouts say he needs to mature or he wouldn’t make in the NFL long term.

Eagles is another back-end of the depth chart receiver who offers a lot in terms of possession and moving the chains. He will need to develop his route tree to get more snaps.