This has been a discussion lately. Mack Hollins is a fast, beyond exceptional, and reliable wide receiver. Is he good enough to be a Philadelphia Eagles’ starting wideout next season, as to fill in for Torrey Smith’s expected departure?
He ended his rookie season with one touchdown, which was 64-yards to the end zone. Otherwise, he’s caught a whopping 72.7% of his targets, the most among any other Eagles’ receiver. As well as the highest average reception yards per catch among all the Eagles’ receivers. He ended the season with sixteen receptions and 226 yards.
Pretty good stats for a rookie backup wide receiver. Watch some of his preseason and season highlights as follows.
Mack Hollins will get more reps and more experience in 2018. Anyone remember this and is hyped for his progression next season? pic.twitter.com/cI3eXOgrVQ
— Brendan Walker (@BWalkerNFL) February 22, 2018
— Justin Lever (@JustinLever2) October 26, 2017
Can’t forget about this unforgettable celebration of his, either!
— Ray Jonathan (@ZBent215) October 24, 2017