Philadelphia Eagles seven-round mock draft: April edition
The Philadelphia Eagles should look into rebuilding their offensive line.
At six-foot-six and 325-pounds, offensive lineman Ben Cleveland has the size and athletic ability to dominate upfront in the NFL. The Eagles struggled to keep their offensive line healthy in 2020, so adding depth to ensure they’re covered should things go haywire again is probably the right way to go.
Cleveland has all the tools and the athletic makeup to be the perfect get for the Philadelphia Eagles.
A true road grader blessed with violent hands, a thick base, and a scrappy attitude, Cleveland could be a plug-and-play prospect from day one. When he’s playing in a phone booth, he has the nasty style that intimidates defensive opponents. He never shies away from a fight, and he always looks to set the tone week in and week out.
Tay Gowan is an interesting CB prospect for the Philadelphia Eagles at 84.
University of Central Florida cornerback Tay Gowan has all the tools and the skill set to be a star in the NFL. The six-foot-two, 190-pound defensive back has smooth hips and the football know-how teams are constantly searching for. If the Eagles front office is lucky enough to land him here in the third round, he could be the perfect investment.