Troy Pride Jr. is a five-foot-eleven, 193-pound prospect that ran a 4.4-second 40 in Indianapolis. He wasn’t someone that we talked about constantly during the 2019 NCAA football season, but he helped himself tremendously with that aforementioned 40-yard dash and a nice workout during the most recent scouting combine.
We’ll see in the coming weeks if Philly shows any interest.
Bryce Hall is a big guy, standing at six-foot-one and weighing 202 pounds. He could be a nice mid-round option if he’s available and if the ‘Birds’ address some other roster needs early.
His 2019 season was shortened to six games. That may have hurt some of his draft stock, but if he’s given a clean bill of health, he’s someone Philly could take an interest in.
Jeff Gladney might be ranked higher if he wasn’t small. He’s five-foot-ten, and he tips the scales at 191 pounds. With that being said, it’s hard to imagine him playing bump-and-run coverage versus guys like Julio Jones, but he could be a nice slot corner for any team that wants to limit some of those smaller and shiftier guys who wreak havoc in smaller spaces across the middle of the field.