The first day of the 2022 NFL Draft has a Philadelphia roar. The Eagles landing both Jordan Davis AND AJ Brown are great!
But the process did not end there. The The birds still have four choices working with them, including the two options that go into Day 2. It is possible that they will significantly increase their weapons by selling down and / or moving an old player or two or three (Jalen Reagor? Andre Dillard? Gardner Minshew).
In the meantime, let’s take a look at the potential for the Eagles as they pick tonight. Undoubtedly there is an impressive talent left on the board.
51) Philadelphia Eagles: Nakobe Dean, Linebacker, UGA
The Eagles made the right choice in capturing Jordan Davis, so now they have to sign another UGA star for Nakobe Dean. Dean’s running and his body could be a plus for the Eagles linebacker. Joining him with a growing number of defenders in the second half could make the Eagles’ defense even more dangerous and unpredictable.
83) Philadelphia Eagles: Derion Kendrick, Cornerback, UGA
The Eagles make a hat-trick for the Bulldogs and Derion Kendrick in the third round. Kendrick is a smart, round-back-to-back who has the size and body to play well outside. They make sense as the second number behind their back.
Round 2, Pick 51: Philadelphia Eagles – Christian Harris (Alabama LB)
Philadelphia actually refuse to take the LBs in the first round, but they make a profit in the ‘Bama backer here.
Round 3, Pick 83: Philadelphia Eagles – Marcus Jones (Houston CB)
Even younger, Jones immediately supports special teams and tries to take action on security.
51. Philadelphia Eagles: Logan Hall, EDGE, Houston
The Eagles have returned to frustration around Derek Barnett but still need to tackle the depth of speed and get off to a good start. At the moment, it’s hard to ignore Hall’s game.
83. Philadelphia Eagles: Leo Chenal, LB, Wisconsin
The Eagles need to be considered internally after the departure of Alex Singleton and Kyzir White serving as a short-term strategy. Chenal is a professional athlete and runner who can quickly grow as a cover man.
51. Philadelphia Eagles – David Ojabo, Edge, Michigan
After the season Ojabo struggled to make it to the top 10 until the future came when he tore Achilles out during his stint in the gym. With a talented Michigan Edge who put the 87.3th grade on the shelf of the year, Philadelphia GM Howie Roseman wisely took him into hiding and exited the NFC East.
83. Philadelphia Eagles – Channing Tindall, LB, Georgia
51) Philadelphia Eagles: Tariq Woolen, CB, UTSA
After reaching the heart of the gargantuan linebacker Jordan Davis and AJ Brown trader, the Philadelphia Eagles fill the void in high school with the choice of Tariq Woolen. Woolen is a long-haired back-to-back competitor, a multi-receiver who demonstrates skills in the workspace and is on the rise.
83) Philadelphia Eagles: Sean Rhyan, G, UCLA
51. Philadelphia Eagles: Christian Harris, LB, Alabama
Top runner-up, Harris has the speed and coverage ability that would impress the Eagles.
83. Philadelphia Eagles: Kingsley Enagbare, Edge, South Carolina
51. Philadelphia Eagles: Arnold Ebikitie, Edge, Penn State
The transfer from the Temple will return to Philly in this event, and the Eagles will benefit from the depth of the strong running class, as Ebikitie is my 34th prospect. the best athlete at the beginning of his career.
83. Eagles: Brian Asamoah, LB, Oklahoma
51. Philadelphia Eagles | Alabama LB Christian Harris
83. Philadelphia Eagles | Auburn CB Roger McCreary
51. Darian Kinnard, Kentucky, OG
83. Nick Cross, Maryland, S.
51. Philadelphia Eagles: Kenneth Walker III, RB, Michigan State
The Eagles love to keep the back yard with a variety of runners, and this should be especially important with Miles Sanders’ injury history and broken contract. Walker is a strong defender who does well to make up for himself and fight the war through connections. He could replace Sanders as a starter at the end of the year.
51. Philadelphia Eagles: Chad Muma, LB, Wyoming
You must donate to Howie Roseman. Not only did the Philadelphia Eagles increase their overall defensive defense, in the impressive Jordan Davis, but they used their alternatives in the first half as part of AJ Brown’s alliance, giving them a great weapon in the playoffs. . He is now directing what is on the line, a move that many Eagles fans have been screaming about for the past few years. Chad Muma is a well-versed defender who can play on the sidelines, but he knows how to get in the way and throw in the backcourt for a mistake in passing.
51) Eagles: David Ojabo, EDGE, Michigan
Ojabo tore Achilles to shreds on his well-known day, knocking him out of the top 15 to (possibly) the second round. The Eagles favor some players recovering from serious injuries in Round 2.
51) Eagles: Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn
The Eagles will fill a corner of the net with McCreary, who offers a huge advantage. He is able to compete with the starting line facing Darius Slay in the training camp.
Philadelphia Eagles: S Nick Cross, Maryland
The Eagles came out on top in Jordan Davis and AJ Brown – a strong contender for the best in Round 1. Their goal is to move on to adding talent to high school on Day 2. Cross’ 4.35-second 40-yard dash at 215 pounds with a select number and he talks about the races he can bring to the end of Philadelphia defense. He could be in the Eagles’ second election on Day 2 (83rd general).
Add quick notes:
- There is a good chance the Eagles will change their LB teams at No. 51 with Muma, Harris, and / or Dean available. Will they shoot, though?
- Are you comfortable with Ojabo risk? I love his lift but Achilles’ injury is very worrying.
- It would be nice if Jaquan Brisker or Jalen Pitre arrives at No. 51.
- Eagles fans don’t take Kenneth Walker out of support … but I really like his skill.
- Who do you want the Eagles to take? Who do you think he will take?