9. Ross Pierschbacher C/G
More from Inside the Iggles
- Eagles captains earn high praise on roster blending veteran leadership, youth
- How former Eagles star Cre’Von LeBlanc helped Renegades upstage Cowboys
- Eagles 2023 schedule: Every WR duo Darius Slay, James Bradberry will battle
- Imagining better names for Jason Kelce’s Good Guy Award
- Bold predictions for the Philadelphia Eagles offense in 2023
The Crimson Tide is represented once again with this six-foot-three, 307-pound center/guard hybrid. He’s great in the running game and steady enough and reliable enough in the passing game to earn a spot on this list.
As far as the draft goes, look for him to be selected anywhere between the fourth and sixth rounds.
10. Ben Powers
Here’s a name that might generate a ton of interest or controversy, whichever comes first. Some have Powers graded high and think he can go as early as the latter part of the third round.
Others believe he can fall off of a cliff entirely when the draft begins and wind up being an undrafted free agent.
We think he’s the former. The knock is he doesn’t move guys well enough and he’s, at best, average in both the running and passing game, but with some coaching, all of that can get cleared up pretty quickly.
We’ll have to wait and see what happens.