Philadelphia has two mid-first-round picks and the reputation for being wheelers and dealers early on in the process, with GM Howie Roseman allegedly having his eyes on several dynamic playmakers.
The Eagles could choose to trade up or down, including jumping into the top-10 for superstars like Derek Stingley Jr., Sauce Gardner, Kayvon Thibodeaux, and Kyle Hamilton.
With the draft more than 48 hours away, here are some of the final mock drafts and projections.
Peter King FMIA
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15. Philadelphia Eagles: Jordan Davis, defensive tackle, Georgia
*22. Philadelphia Eagles: Devin Lloyd, linebacker, Utah
*Projected Trade: Eagles trade the 18th pick to the Packers for the 22nd pick and a late third-round pick, 92nd overall.
King has Philadelphia making a trade with the Packers to acquire another third-round pick.
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15. Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama
The best weapon in the draft.
18. Zion Johnson, OG, Boston College
The rugged guard could immediately replace Brandon Brooks.
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15. Philadelphia Eagles (from MIA) | USC WR Drake London
Easterling has the Eagles landing one of the top pass catchers in the country.
18. Philadelphia Eagles (from NO) | Utah LB Devin Lloyd
Philadelphia gets a dual-threat weapon at linebacker.
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15. Philadelphia Eagles (via MIA) Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State
Miller has the Eagles landing a dynamic pass-catcher from Ohio State.
18. Philadelphia Eagles (via NO) Daxton Hill, S, Michigan
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15. Jordan Davis, DT, Georgia
18. Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama
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15. Eagles (via Dolphins) – Jordan Davis, DT, Georgia
18. Eagles (via Saints) – Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah
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15. Jermaine Johnson, Edge, Florida State
18. Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington