Round 7 (230): Delano Hill, FS, Michigan
With the last pick of their draft, the Eagles take Delano Hill. This is deep class of safeties so they will be able to get a good one late. Hill needs a little work but he covers a lot of ground with his 4.47 speed. I feel he would be able to compete and even earn a backup roster spot.
Overview via NFL.com:
"Delano saved his best season for when his brother arrived, receiving second-team All-Big Ten notice as a senior (52 tackles, 4.5 for loss, three interceptions, three pass breakups.) The depth of Michigan’s secondary kept Hill off the field as a freshman in 2013 (one tackle), but he fought his way into the starting lineup five times the following year (20 tackles) despite his missing time in preseason with a broken jaw and a few midseason games with a leg injury. Hill started eight games in 2015 (46 tackles, 2.5 for loss, two PBU), portending his senior year success."