Philadelphia Eagles seven-round mock draft: April edition

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. player. 877. . . . Round 7: Chase Behrndt, West Virginia

Behrndt could be a great addition to the Philadelphia Eagles offense in Round 7.

West Virginia offensive lineman Chase Behrndt has the versatility to be a true steal this late in the draft. If he’s the play, more than likely, the front office would bring him in to be the future center, but he has the ability to plug in anywhere across the line of scrimmage.

Standing at six-foot-four and tipping the scales at 315 pounds, the former Mountaineer has great size, as well as the athletic make-up to be a difference-maker for this Philadelphia Eagles team moving forward.

Might Tre’ Mckitty get the call from the Philadelphia Eagles at 240?

Georgia tight end Tre’ Mckitty is a six-foot-five, 245-pound playmaker. Blessed with great hands and surprising speed to create separation at all levels of defense, this is a good blocker that can help clear holes as a dominant force in the running game.

That’s not all though. He also has the sneaky ability to take over an offense when given the opportunity. The Eagles love tight ends, and Mckitty could be the next great one in Philly.

SMU’s Buechele deserves honorable mention if you’re a Philadelphia Eagles fan.

The quarterback factory lives! If you’re looking for a late-round addition at signal-caller, the six-foot-one, 205-pound SMU quarterback, Shane Buechele, makes sense.

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He isn’t lighting up the media with his size, but he has all of the skills necessary to be a potential star at the next level of football. A true gunslinger, the former Texas QB can take over a game with his arm.

He also has the knowledge to play in any scheme as well as the athletic build to be a great weapon on offense. The Eagles need the third-string quarterback, and Buechele could fill that role admirably.