The 5-foot-10, 206-pound Reagor averaged 14.2 yards on 43 receptions and had five touchdowns last season. He also returned two punts for scores.
Reagor fills Philadelphia's biggest need on offense, giving quarterback Carson Wentz a deep threat.
EAGLES 2020 DRAFT BOARD
Round 1 - 21 overall
Round 2 - 53 overall
Round 3 - 103 overall
Round 4 - 127 overall
Round 4 - 145 overall
Round 4 - 146 overall
Round 5 - 168 overall
Round 6 - 190 overall
The Eagles had major issues at receiver last season when DeSean Jackson, Alshon Jeffery and Nelson Agholor combined to miss 24 games.
Second-round pick J.J. Arcega-Whiteside stayed healthy but struggled to produce as a rookie, catching 10 passes. Greg Ward came off the practice squad and ended up the team's most reliable wideout down the stretch as Philadelphia won the NFC East.
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Agholor is no longer with the Eagles. Jackson is 33 and coming off surgery for a core muscle injury that limited him to one full game. Jeffery is 30 and is also coming off surgery, his for a Lisfranc fracture suffered in December.
The Eagles haven't had a wide receiver with 1,000 yards receiving since Jeremy Maclin in 2014.
Reagor is the son of Montae Reagor, a defensive lineman who played nine seasons in the NFL, including seven games with the Eagles in 2007.
Philadelphia has seven remaining picks, including No. 53 in the second round, No. 103 in the third round and three choices in the fourth round.
-- The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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