6. Tytus Howard
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Like Ford, the Eagles met with Howard on a pre-draft visit. They like both. If they don’t go with Ford early, they may take a stab at adding the small-school prospect, Howard, later on. Might they take that gamble and run the risk of missing out on both of them?
That may not be a wise move for a team who admittedly wants to add depth along the interior and find some solid insurance at the tackle position.
7. Kaleb McGary
Though he’s listed as a tackle and that’s probably where he’ll play at the pro level, McGary is seen as being a better run blocker than a pass protector at this stage of his development. That leads some to believe he might get placed at that right tackle spot.
He had a nice week at the Senior Bowl, but the knock on him is he didn’t do well in his interviews during the combine. For that reason, he might be seen as a second-round or a third-round prospect. It’s doubtful that he’ll go higher.