Philadelphia Eagles draft: 10 More linebacker targets who aren’t Parsons

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We’ve reached the top five if you’re a Philadelphia Eagles fan.

If you missed the previous announcement, the last time we spoke about the ten best Eagles options after Micah Parsons, Nick Bolton, Chazz Surratt,  Jabril Cox, Jamin Davis, and Zaven Collins were the guys who landed in the top five.

Here’s the top five this time around.

5. Quincy Roche, Miami Hurricanes

The six-foot-three and 245-pound Quincy Roche racked up 182 total tackles, 30.5 sacks, and eight forced fumbles in three seasons with the Temple Owls and another with the Miami Hurricanes.

4. Joseph Ossai, Texas Longhorns

The Texas Longhorns will most certainly miss Joseph Ossai and the 165 tackles and 11.5 sacks he tallied while hanging out in Austin. The last time the Eagles took a linebacker from Texas, things worked out pretty well (Jordan Hicks). We’ll have to wait and see if they do so again as Ossai might be better suited for the 3-4 defensive scheme.