Top 10 Potential Philadelphia Eagles LB targets after Micah Parsons

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Here are the five best Philadelphia Eagles LB prospects after Micah Parsons.

Okay Philadelphia Eagles fans, here’s the best of the best. The debate table is open.

5. Nick Bolton, Missouri

Though there was some hype surrounding Nick Bolton, he didn’t quite live up to it in 2020. From the outside looking in, he appears to be a really good backup at the next level. You never know though. Good coaching can change that.

4. Chazz Surratt, North Carolina

It’s hard to imagine quarterbacks switching to the linebacker position, but it happened folks!

After completing 111 of 193 passing attempts and tossing eight touchdowns in ten career games from 2017 to 2018, Chazz Surratt switched over to the linebacker position and racked up 207 total tackles and 12.5 sacks in his final 24 games from 2019 to 2020.

Talk about someone who knows what everyone is supposed to be doing out there.

3. Jabril Cox, LSU

This is rarely said about any prospect that we mention on Inside The Iggles, but there is nothing that you can really criticize about Jabril Cox. can he get better? Oh absolutely, but that will come with experience.

2. Jamin Davis, Kentucky

Jamin Davis is a six-foot-four, 234-pound offensive nightmare that decided, in his last season with the Wildcats, he was going out with a bang. His final season produced 102 total tackles and 1.5 sacks. Now, he turns his attention on the greener pastures of the NFL.

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1. Zaven Collins, Tulsa 

To make long stories short, Zaven Collins is the best linebacker in this draft not named Micah Parsons. Ask anyone. They’ll tell you.

In 32 career games, he racked up 235 tackles, 7.5 sacks, and five interceptions.