12 Eagles NCAA prospects who could potentially replace Rodney McLeod
With two former California Golden Bears already on the roster, Richard Rodgers and DeSean Jackson, it might make you wonder if they ever brought up Ashtyn Davis while talking with any of the coaches or the Eagles brass.
If they did, let’s all hope that Howie or Doug Pederson listened.
Davis is a six-foot-one prospect that tips the scales at 190 pounds. NFL scouts have ranked him as high as a second-round prospect and as low as a fourth-rounder. His draft stock could rise with a nice NFL Combine showing and some solid interviews.
In his final season in Ann Arbor, Khaleke Hudson registered 102 tackles, three pass breakups, and two sacks for the Michigan Wolverines. That gives him 225 total tackles, ten sacks, two interceptions, 14 passes defended, and two forced fumbles over the course of 44 career games at the collegiate level.
Now, it’s time for him to take his talents to the greener pastures of the NFL and see if any of those skills can translate to the professional level.
He’s six-foot-tall. He weighs 205 pounds, and he’s scheduled to come off of draft boards sometime between rounds two and four.