Philadelphia Eagles seven-round mock draft: Free-agency edition

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player. 814. . . . Round 5: Richard Lecounte III, Georgia.

LeCounte and Seth Williams are added by the Philadelphia Eagles in Round 5.

University of Georgia defensive back Richard LeCounte III is a true defensive terror with the football intelligence to be shuffled around the back end of the defense as well as the aggressive nature that screams Philadelphia Eagles football.

The Eagles’ front office has to identify and land multiple defensive backs to bolster their defense. Landing LeCounte at this stage of the draft would be an absolute steal.

Auburn WR Seth Williams would be a big get for the Philadelphia Eagles.

At six-foot-three and 211-pounds, Auburn Tigers receiver Seth Williams is a big-bodied playmaker. Blessed with the smooth hop movement and strong hands needed to be a success in the NFL, the Philadelphia Eagles would be wise to bring in a couple of talented wideouts this year despite drafting three receivers in 2020.

Williams would be the perfect prospect to potentially be a red-zone weapon in the National Football League. The Eagles were a force on offense with Alshon Jeffery bullying defenders. Williams could be the next man in that role.