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

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Bulldogs . Malik Herring. 5. player. 814. . Edge

Malik Herring could be the Philadelphia Eagles’ next great pass-rusher.

University of Georgia Bulldogs edge rusher Malik Herring has the potential to be a star at the professional level. The six-foot-three, 285-pound prospect has the tools to be a dominant force in the Philadelphia Eagles defense. This is a young man that provides depth and fills a need at what might become a potential hole soon.

The Eagles would be wise to swoop up Herring here if he is available as he has the versatility to be a terror along the line of scrimmage.

Ohio State’s Josh Myers provides depth for the Philadelphia Eagles O-line.

This six-foot-five, 312-pound monster of a man has been an excellent prospect for the Buckeyes. He’s someone that could become a star for the Philadelphia Eagles very soon. Josh Myers is a versatile lineman, one that can fill both the guard and center spot without losing a step.

The Eagles have had the benefit of having Jason Kelce for over a decade, but he has been flirting with retirement for the past few years. Philly’s front office has to find his heir ASAP. Myers could be the perfect acquisition.