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Posted by: nephillymike Mar 4 2018, 02:00 PM

With the Eagles picking 32nd, I took a look at a few sources draft prospect rankings to get a feel for which players at positions of need that could be there at 32. I went a half round +/-, so from pick 17-48 Anyone listed a few times in this range at a position of need is listed below. No idea how good they are, just based on where others have them ranked. My PON were, OT, OG, C, TE, ILB, OLB, S. The sources were CBS, Draftek, Walter Football, NFL.com, SI.com. I list name, Pos, School, Range of Rankings, # times in the 17-48 range.

C. Williams, OT, Texas, 14-98, 3x in range
K. Miller, OT, UCLA, 21-98, 3x
C. Okorafor, OT, West. Michigan, 27-117, 3x
M.McGlinchey OT, Notre Dame, 9-41, 4x
O. Brown, OT, Oklahoma, 5-53, 1x
W. Hernandez, OG, UTEP, 25-50, 4x
I. Wynn, OG,C,OT, Georgia, 26-46, 5x
B. Smith, OG, Auburn, 32-103, 2x
F. Ragnow, C, Arkansas, 32-68, 1x
B. Price, C, Ohio St, 21-92, 3x
J. Daniels, C, Iowa, 24-185, 3x
D. Leonard, OLB, S.C. State, 43-113, 2x
R. Evans, ILB, Alabama, 15-52, 4x
L. Vander-Esch, Boise St.OLB/ILB, 19-65, 2x
M. Andrews, TE, Oklahoma, 38-78, 2x
H. Hurst, TE, S. Carolina, 25-188, 3x
R. Harrison, S, Alabama, 16-81, 3x

Isaiah Wynn was in our range in all five rankings. His position versatility is intriguing.

I don't know which one, but if they stay at 32, the odds are good that one of these guys above will be an Eagle at the end of the first round next month.

Anyone know much about any of these players? Any favorites, hated?

Posted by: nephillymike Mar 4 2018, 02:21 PM

About that Orlando Brown, maybe cross him off the list.

http://www.phillyvoice.com/five-nfl-combine-losers-who-could-interest-eagles-2018-nfl-draft-offense-edition/

There is failing the combine, and then there is this. Ouch!

Posted by: Joegrane Mar 4 2018, 02:47 PM

Brown was weighed at 260 lbs, no? At 230 he might be fine after a year of NFL workouts. However your point is presumably that he dropped from a 1st round grade. I'm not arguing that.

I have no problem with them drafting an OT in 1st round. If there is a real steal at LB, RB or WR I also would be okay.

However I see no need for a center when the Eagles probably have three of them. I don't see a need for an OG if they keep all of their current OGs.

I'd rather that they trade down rather than draft a Safety, TE or Edge in the 1st round.

QUOTE (nephillymike @ Mar 4 2018, 02:21 PM) *
About that Orlando Brown, maybe cross him off the list.

http://www.phillyvoice.com/five-nfl-combine-losers-who-could-interest-eagles-2018-nfl-draft-offense-edition/

There is failing the combine, and then there is this. Ouch!

Posted by: nephillymike Mar 4 2018, 03:18 PM

QUOTE (Joegrane @ Mar 4 2018, 02:47 PM) *
Brown was weighed at 260 lbs, no? At 230 he might be fine after a year of NFL workouts. However your point is presumably that he dropped from a 1st round grade. I'm not arguing that.

I have no problem with them drafting an OT in 1st round. If there is a real steal at LB, RB or WR I also would be okay.

However I see no need for a center when the Eagles probably have three of them. I don't see a need for an OG if they keep all of their current OGs.

I'd rather that they trade down rather than draft a Safety, TE or Edge in the 1st round.


I look on the roster and I see Isaac Seumalo (sp), and Chance Warmack and I say we most definitely need a guard. Since Isaac is our backup C, that is in play also.

Posted by: Eyrie Mar 4 2018, 06:51 PM

QUOTE (nephillymike @ Mar 4 2018, 08:18 PM) *
I look on the roster and I see Isaac Seumalo (sp), and Chance Warmack and I say we most definitely need a guard. Since Isaac is our backup C, that is in play also.

Or Wizniewski would take over at C which would mean Seumalo or Warmack at G.

Looks like we need a G/T like Herremans or Barbre.

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