Philadelphia Eagles draft: Top 20 interior linemen options

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Several familiar names to Philadelphia Eagles fans make the top 20.

Okay Philadelphia Eagles fans, let’s find some reserve lineman (and hopefully a couple of starters). This starting Eagles offensive line is beginning to look really old.

20. Jack Anderson, guard, Texas Tech

Jack Anderson is good enough to be seen as one of the nation’s top 20 prospects as far as interior linemen are concerned. No one would blame you if he wasn’t on your list either. Here’s the thing though. He’s been called ‘soft’ one time too many for an offensive lineman. We’ll see how that affects him when the 2021 NFL Draft gets underway.

19. Jordan Reid, center, Michigan State

How do we put this nicely? Jordan Reid looks the part of an NFL center at six-foot-four and 305 pounds, but he needs the help of his next position coach to ensure that he’ll play like one. That’s okay. He has plenty of upside and some time to develop.

18. Michal Menet, center, Penn State

Birds fans that love Penn State football, no doubt, know who Michael Menet is. For those of you that don’t, he’s a six-foot-four, 302-pound standout that figures to come off of draft boards on Day 3 of the selection meeting.

17. Stewart Reese, guard, Florida

It never hurts to search for prospects in the SEC. Stewart Reese someone whos right on the line of being a Day 2 and Day 3 prospect.

16. Sadarius Hutcherson, guard/tackle, South Carolina

Sadarius Hutcherson played some tackle at South Carolina, but he won’t make it there as a pro. He’s a guard, and you can put a period at the end of that sentence.