10 Potential Philadelphia Eagles replacements for Jalen Mills in 2021

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Caden Sterns, Texas. 6. player. 851. . .

Meet two fine Philadelphia Eagles prospects from the south.

In two seasons, Caden Sterns has missed some on-field time. He’s only got 22 games of experience on his collegiate resume, but every one of his 114 tackles, two sacks, and four interceptions have helped place him on the radars of several NFL teams.

In the end, he has the same problem that Kolby Harvell-Peel does. He plays in a conference where the best teams don’t play defense, but his film looks good. In all honesty, come next year’s draft, we could be saying that this is one of the better safeties in all of NCAA football. Some scouts have already said that he’s a top-five prospect at his position.

. . Hamsah Nasirildeen, Florida State. 5. player. 804.

If football doesn’t work out for a few Florida State Seminoles, a couple of these guys could help out Leonard Hamilton and the basketball program. Their best wide receiver, Tamorrion Terry, is six-foot-four and about 203 pounds. On the other side of the ball, one of their safeties, Hamsah Nasirildeen is also six-foot-four, but he tips the scales at 213 pounds.You can sure as heck pull down a couple of rebounds and block a few shots with that type of size.

He has a nose for the ball, having racked up 101 tackles on the 2019 season, but he proved that he can be a ball hawk as well. Over the course of FSU’s 13 games, he racked up two interceptions and three pass breakups.