Philadelphia Eagles: Undrafted Free Agent Tracker


Following the conclusion of the 2015 NFL Draft, every team turns their focus to the undrafted free agents that are now available. It’s time to keep track of all the moves with the Inside The Iggles’ Undrafted Free Agent Tracker! As far as the Philadelphia Eagles are concerned, they didn’t address their offensive line during the draft and will likely do so by signing a couple of undrafted offensive linemen.

There are also some prospects that they brought in for pre-draft visits that weren’t drafted like BYU outside linebacker Alani Fua, Missouri wide receiver Jimmie Hunt and San Jose State defensive linemen Travis Raciti that the Eagles can hone in on. Of course there is the pending investigation involving LSU offensive tackle La’el Collins and he’ll likely remain unsigned until that situation is resolved. But the Eagles did show significant interest in Collins during the pre-draft process including attending LSU’s pro day and bringing him to the NovaCare Complex for a pre-draft visit.

That being said, here are all of the various reports of undrafted free agents that have signed with the Philadelphia Eagles:

Mike Coccia, C, New Hampshire (6’3″, 300 lbs.)

"Coccia, a Bethlehem, Pa. native appears to be on the radar of the Eagles, Giants and Kansas City Chiefs according to multiple league sources.At 6-foot-3, 300 pounds, Coccia was a four-year starter for the Wildcats and was named to the Beyond Sports Network’s FBS All-America team as well as the Associated Press and Walter Camp teams. (source)"

John Harris, WR, Texas (6’2″, 218 lbs.)

"A five-year wide receiver who played in 36 career games with 13 starts, all in 2014 … had a breakout final season … after nine total receptions and 190 receiving yards the previous three seasons, has 68 catches for 1,051 as a senior … one of just six players in school history to post 1,000 or more receiving yards in one season … a 2014 second team All-Big 12 selection by The Associated Press and, and honorable mention pick by the coaches … a member of the watch list for the 2014 Biletnikoff Award … played in the 2015 College Gridiron Showcase … also saw time at tight end and on special teams in his career … missed most of the 2011 season with a foot injury … a two-time first-team all-district selection as a prepster. (source)"

Brett Boyko, G, UNLV (6’7″, 301 lbs.)

"Lacks the athleticism teams want from tackles and the strength they are looking for at guard, but his savvy should get him into a camp. His best position may end up at center. (source)"

Cole Manhart, G, Nebraska-Kearney (6’6″, 310 lbs.)

"Decorated Division II tackle prospect who might have to move to center to have any shot in the NFL. As an NFL guard, Manhart would be athletic enough for a zone scheme, but NFL scouts have grave concerns about his ability to drop anchor and handle power from the inside. Manhart could be a late-round target or priority free agent with practice-squad potential as a center. (source)"

Andrew Gleichert, TE, Michigan State (6’5″, 264 lbs.)

"Three-year letterwinner played in 33 career games . . . was primarily used as a tight end but also played fullback in 2014 . . . started in 11 games . . . had eight career receptions for 69 yards (8.6 avg.) in 33 games . . . former walk-on earned his bachelorâ?TMs degree in biochemistry and molecular biology in December 2014. (source)"

Travis Raciti, DE, San Jose State (6’5″, 288 lbs.)

"Although the Eagles don’t really need help along the defensive line, they are taking a look at a potential late day three or undrafted free agent prospect in Raciti. At 6’5″, 288 lbs., Raciti has the size the Eagles love on defense but it’s his athleticism that is really intriguing. He’s fast and can close on plays quickly. Plus he has a great motor and the desire to get better. (source)"

Raheem Mostert, RB, Purdue (5’11”, 190 lbs.)

"Enters the season third in school history with 1,558 career kickoff return yards … won the Big Ten title in the 60m and 200m at the conference indoor track championship, qualified for national championships in both events … won the Big Ten title in the 100m and 200m at the conference outdoor track championship, qualified for the national championships in both events … second team All-American in the 4x100m relay and 100m … honorable mention All-American in the 200m … named the Big Ten Indoor and Outdoor Track Athlete of the Championship … Great Lakes Region Track Athlete of the Year. (source)"

Malcolm Bunche, G, UCLA (6’6″, 310 lbs.)

"UCLA – Enrolled at UCLA as a graduate student in time for 2014 spring practice after transferring from the University of Miami, Fla.2014 – Starter in nine games along the offensive line … Also saw duty on special teams … Was in the starting lineup at left tackle for the first six contests of the season … Slid inside to guard for games seven, eight and nine … Helped to pave the way for the Pac-12’s leading rusher, Paul Perkins, who put together a 1,575-yard season, second-most in school single-season history. (source)"

Eric Tomlinson, TE, UTEP (6’6″, 263 lbs.)

"Limited tight end who was primarily used as a blocker in college. Tomlinson will have to prove to teams that he has premium ability to develop as an in-line blocker because it is unlikely that most teams will view him as a combo tight end once they study the tape. (source)"

Rasheed Bailey, WR, Delaware Valley (6’2″, 205 lbs.)

"The month of May will mark a life-changing time for Bailey, who will graduate Del Val on May 16 with a degree in business and marketing. With the three-day draft fast appraoching later this week, Bailey is hoping all of his accomplishments last fall will pay dividends. He worked out at Villanova for numerous NFL scouts and had a private workout for the Eagles, among others, like the Colts, Browns, Chiefs and Bills. (source)"

Jordan DeWalt-Ondijo, LB, Duke (6’4″, 240 lbs.)

"CAREER: Lettered four (2011-12-13-14) seasons … played in 45 career games with 22 starts … posted 90 tackles, including 14.5 stops for lost yardage and 10.0 sacks … credited with nine quarterback pressures, four caused fumbles and one fumble recovery … booked a career-high 2.0 sacks in contests at Troy (2014) and Virginia (2013) … turned in six career contests with 5+ tackles … recorded a personal-best seven tackles against Tulane in 2014 … on the field for 1,540 career snaps. (source)"

Denzel Rice, DB, Coastal Carolina (5’11”, 190 lbs.)

"2013 (Jr.): Named second team All-Big South, starting all 15 games at corner … Ranked fourth on the team in tackles (61) … Led the Big South, tied for 10th in the FCS and tied a CCU record with 12 pass break-ups … Ranked fourth in the Big South in passes defended (0.83 per game) … Had eight stops — all solo — versus Gardner-Webb with an interception and PBU … Had four PBU in a win at Eastern Kentucky and added three in a FCS playoff win over Bethune-Cookman … Credited with seven stops and a PBU at Eastern Kentucky as CCU set a single-game team record with 11 PBU … Tallied seven tackles with a PBU to be named the team’s Defensive MVP for the Firman game … Added seven tackles with his lone tackle for loss on the season at Elon … Recorded six stops in a second round playoff win at Montana. (source)"

Devante Davis, WR, UNLV (6’3″, 220 lbs.)

"Davis does his best work after the throw is in the air, with terrific awareness and body control. His problem is that he doesn’t do anything special before the throw to get open. He doesn’t have the feet or acceleration to free himself, so he will have to learn to body up defenders more effectively and become special with his hands in order to be an NFL backup. (source)"

Kip Smith, P, Oklahoma State (6’1″, 235 lbs.)

"In one quick conversation, Kip Smith’s first meeting with his new coach turned into the last meeting with his old coach.It started with a text message, inviting Smith to visit Jim Mora, UCLA’s newly appointed head coach, in early 2012. Smith, a kicker for the Bruins, was rehabilitating a torn quadriceps, but looked forward to the opportunity. As the No. 1 place-kicker in the nation out of high school, Smith was recruited by the previous staff, but UCLA was where he wanted to be. (source)"

Justin Tukes, TE, Central Florida (6’5″, 250 lbs.)

"SENIOR SEASON (2014):-Selected as the team’s Most Dependable Offensive Player at its awards banquet-Started 12 of 13 games played, and had five catches for 45 yards-BYU 10/9: Notched three catches for 15 yards-Tulsa 11/14: Added one catch for 30 yards-St. Pete 12/26: Hauled in a reception in the bowl game vs. NC State (source)"

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