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The Eagles love to trade back in the draft and accrue assets, but with a team capable of improving on their 9-8 record from 2021, Philadelphia should look to add the best talent immediately.
With day two set to begin, the Eagles have a second-rounder (No. 51 overall) and third-rounder (No. 83 overall), and although the secondary will likely be addressed, there are several players at key positions worthy of trading up for.
We’ve previewed 10 players the Eagle should consider moving up for despite only having four remaining picks in the draft.
George Pickens, Georgia
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Even after trading up for a physical weapon, why not look to add another former SEC pass catcher.
Cam Jurgens, Nebraska
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It becomes a pick for the future and the former Nebraska center would replace Jason Kelce at some point down the line.
David Ojabo, Michigan
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Even after the Achilles injury, it’s hard to envision the former Michigan pass rusher on the board at pick No. 51 overall.
Channing Tindall, Georgia
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If the Eagles truly aren’t sold on Davion Taylor at the WILL linebacker spot, Tindall could be a more refined and experienced version for Jonathan Gannon.
A reserve on Georgia’s all-world defense, Tindall has sideline to sideline speed and a motor to match.
Breece Hall, Iowa State
If the Eagles are looking for a physical running back that can play all three downs, Hall is the answer and a former Big-12 Player of the Year.
Andrew Booth Jr., Clemson
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If not for surgery before the draft, Booth may have been the third cornerback off the board.
Jalen Pitre, Baylor
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A consensus All-American who manned the STAR position for Baylor, Pitre would provide Jonathan Gannon with a swiss army knife at safety.
Jaquan Brisker, Penn State
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A more athletic and physical version of Pitre, Brisker can play elite football at all 3 levels.
Jelani Woods, Virginia
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Howie Roseman likes to take chances on inexperienced Marvel, and Woods is that as a physical and athletic tight end.
Coby Bryant, Cincinnati
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The starting cornerback opposite Sauce Gardner at Cincinnati, Bryant is battled tested and a first-team All-American who won the Jim Thorpe Award as the nation’s best cornerback in 2021.
Bryant has good size (6-1, 193 pounds) and started 50 games in college.