Philadelphia Eagles draft: Top 20 interior linemen options

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Here are a few prospects that help the Philadelphia Eagles depth issues.

Ladies and gentlemen, meet a few second-day or potential third-day prospects who probably won’t start for the Philadelphia Eagles but provide depth should anything happen. Some of these names should be recognizable.

15. Josh Myers, center, Ohio State

Let’s keep it simple. Josh Meyers isn’t the next coming of Jason Kelce yet, but he ould grow into a solid pro. He’d, without a doubt, be a better backup center than Isaac Seumalo or Luke Juriga.

14. Jimmy Morrissey, center, Pittsburgh

From an Eagles perspective, Jimmy Morrisey is currently someone that would start out as a reserve, but with coaching, he could evolve into someone that takes over for Jason Kelce one day.

13. Tommy Kraemer, guard, Notre Dame

Tommy Kraemer feels like someone that starts out as a reserve and then develops into a starter at the professional level.

12. David Moore, guard, Grambling

David Moore earned a Senior Bowl invitation despite Grambling State’s decision to put safety over football. There’s potential for him to come off of draft boards some time at the end of Day 2 or during the Day 3 of the selection meeting.

11. Zion Johnson, guard, Boston College

Zion Johnson gained valuable experience in 2020 and put himself on a lot of radars. Then, he put himself on a few more in Mobile at the Senior Bowl.