Eagles’ Draft Prospects: Players to Watch in College Football Finale

Eagles’ Draft Prospects: Players to Watch in College Football Finale

Every year during the college football season, as long as you watch the games, we have five players to keep an eye on each week that make sense for the Philadelphia Eagles next year and #039; Jalen Green, Edge, James Madison (6 and#039;1, 245): James Madison at Air Force, Saturday, 3:30 p.m. Greenand’s season ended after he suffered a “significant” He suffered a touchdown against Georgia State in early November, but led the nation in sacks (15.5) and tackles for loss (21) in just 9 games before going down. Had he stayed healthy, Green would have had a chance to surpass Elvis Dumerviland’s record number 039 of 20 sacks in the 2005 season. Green also had 50 tackles, 2 forced fumbles and an INT that he returned for a TD. Monster Season: With his ideal size and injury, Green will likely move to day three. I like his fit for the SAM spot on the Eaglesand#039; protection

Sataoa Laumea, OT, Utaho (6and#039;4, 311) Northwestern, sat., 7:30 p.m.

Laumea played RG his first two seasons in Utah and RT his last two seasons. Goodness#039; is a little undersized and probably won’t be enough for the pros, but he’ll be an interesting OG player with an athletic, nasty streak. Watch him pull and cut pancakes at 2:56 and 4:44. (Also some cameos from Britain Covey below.) In addition to finding a long-term replacement for Lane Johnson at RT, the Eagles need to add to their depth on the offensive line with versatile players.

Dominick Puni, OL, Kansas (6 and #039; 5, 320): Kansas vs. UNLV, Tuesday, 9 p.m.

Puni is another versatile offensive line prospect who played LG at Kansas in 2022 and LT in 2023. He transferred to Kansas from Central Missouri where he played LT and RT. Heand is a physical run blocker and PFF pegged him with zero sacks allowed in 2023. The downside is that he is a six-year player, which makes him an older prospect. Heand #039;is likely a Day 2 player but should go early in Day 3 due to his age.

Cedric Gray, LB, North Carolina (6 and # 039;2, 235): North Carolina at West Virginia, Wednesday, 5:30 p.m.

Gray has posted monster stats over the past three seasons, racking up 365 tackles (29 for loss), 8.5 sacks, 5 INTs, 13 PBUs and 5 FFs. Goodness#039; is a solid all-around defender, but is by no means considered special. Some highlights: Gray announced that he has declared for the draft and will not participate in this game. Probably man of the day 2.

James Williams, S, Miamo (6 ja#039;5, 215): Rutgers vs. Miamo, Torstai, 2.15pm.

Williams is a slope, efficiency booster in Miamiand defense. Fun highlight reel: In 2023, Williams has 73 tackles, an INT, 5 pass breakups and 2 forced fumbles. According to some league sources, the Eagles were interested in the Panthersand#039; Jeremy Chinn was traded at the deadline, and Williams will likely play a similar hybrid safety/backer role in the NFL.

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