Philadelphia Eagles 7-round, NFL mock draft as April approaches

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Wallace and Pitts could have the Philadelphia Eagles’ offense humming in 2021.

Somehow Oklahoma State wideout Tylan Wallace has flown under the radar during the draft process. The six-foot, 190-pound receiver has the soft hands and an incredible route running ability that coaches covet in the NFL. Selecting Wallace here in the third could be considered a steal for those in the know.

The Philadelphia Eagles have a well-documented issue at the wideout position, one that Wallace could potentially eliminate. Adding the potential star to this offense could give quarterback Jalen Hurts a potential number-one option moving forward.

North Carolina LB Chazz Surratt could fix a Philadelphia Eagles defensive hole.

At six-foot-two and 230-pounds, this former quarterback (yes, he was a quarterback) has a rare combination of size, speed, and athletic ability that could make him a star in the NFL. A true sideline-to-sideline force, Chaz Surratt has the tools to be a three-down linebacker for the Eagles.

While the wideout position has been the talk of the town, the linebacker spot could be the biggest need even though the Birds drafted two of them in 2020. Howie Roseman and company have a great opportunity with two picks here in the third round, two picks that could translate into amazing investments.