Philadelphia Eagles draft: 3 Great options for day three

Chase Behrndt (Photo by John Weast/Getty Images)
Chase Behrndt (Photo by John Weast/Getty Images) /
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Chase Behrndt (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images) /

. player. 877. . . . OL Chase Behrndt, West Virginia

The West Virginia product could help the Philadelphia Eagles offense right away.

Blessed with a strong lower half, violent hands, and a nasty attitude, West Virginia offensive lineman Chase Behrndt, has all the tools to be a stud for the Philadelphia Eagles. Versatility is the key to the former Mountaineer’s game, as he can plug-and-play at all five spots of the offensive line, but he has the potential to be the future at center for the next ten years.

A true road grader looking for a fight, Behrndt is a load to deal with for a defensive lineman. At six-foot-four and 315-pounds, he has the sneaky athletic make-up that coaches search for in the National Football League. When you watch his film from West Virginia, it was easy to see his blocking talent and his impressive football intelligence.

The Eagles need to add someone like Behrndt, someone that could potentially be the guy who takes over at center. This is someone who can add value to other positions while they wait their turn to be the guy. With his talent, vicious tools, and leadership, Behrndt could be a mainstay for years to come.