6 More prospects Philadelphia Eagles met with at 2019 NFL Combine
We’ve learned the names of six more prospects the Philadelphia Eagles met with at the 2019 NFL Combine. Might any of the guys join the nest soon?
Cue the mock drafts and rumors. From now until the end of April, the Philadelphia Eagles and every other team will digest as much film as they can until the 2019 selection meeting kicks off on the 25th day of the fourth calendar month.
We recently listed the names of some of the guys Philly met with at the most recent NFL Combine (each team is allowed 60 15-minute interviews). Since then, we’ve learned the names of six other prospects Philly thought enough about to arrange a sit down.
Here are their names:
Emanuel Hall, wide receiver, Missouri Tigers
Hall could cause matchup problems for NFL cornerbacks with his six-foot-three, 195-pound frame. In his final season in Columbia, he tallied 37 receptions, 828 yards and six touchdowns while only appearing in eight games.
Joshua Miles, offensive tackle/ offensive guard, Morgan State Bears
Joshua Miles earned a trip to the East-West Shrine Game after his final season in Baltimore’s Morgan State University. He’s a six-foot-six, 310-pound offensive lineman who could provide depth for any team looking to add someone who can play guard and tackle.
Trey Pipkins, offensive lineman, Sioux Falls Cougars
Pipkins showed some athleticism at the 2019 NFL Combine when he notched a 33.5-inch vertical jump. That ranks as second best for the 57 lineman who attended.
Tyler Roemer, left tackle, San Diego State Aztecs
Roemer is a six-foot-seven, 305-pound prospect who settled into the position of left tackle after being given a redshirt in his first season. He could be a solid backup at the professional level.
Nasir Adderley, cornerback, Delaware Fightin’ Blue Hens
For a thorough breakdown of Adderley’s skill set, check out this scouting report from The Draft Network. He may be a steal for someone adding a mid-to-late round corner in April.
Darnell Savage Jr., defensive back, Maryland Terrapins
Savage tallied 52 total tackles (38 were solo), four interceptions and two passes defensed in his final season in Maryland, giving him 182 total tackles, eight interceptions, two trips to the end zone and 13 passes defensed for his career.