Philadelphia Eagles draft: Top 20 interior linemen options

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Okay, Philadelphia Eagles fans, we’ve reached the top ten.

Here are ten prospects that would provide some nice depth options for this Philadelphia Eagles’ offensive line. Make sure you write these names down.

10. Royce Newman, guard, Ole Miss

Royce Newman is another of those guys that helped himself at the Senior Bowl, but even though he played some tackle at the collegiate level, this six-foot-five, 305-pound prospect should project as an NFL guard.

9. Thayor Munford, guard/tackle, Ohio State

Thayor Munford is a guard and tackle hybrid that didn’t always play up to his potential, but he still gets a nod as one of the top guys on this list. He should rank to about the same level on your lists as well.

8. Quinn Meinerz, guard, Wisconsin-Whitewater

Here’s one of those Division III guys that scouts and fans tend to frown upon. Having no football to play didn’t help either, but a nice week at the Senior Bowl helped Quinn Meinerz prove that he belongs in NFL discussions.

7. Robert Hainsey, guard, Notre Dame

With all of these studs that the Irish had along the offensive front, it’s hard to understand why Notre Dame didn’t just revert back to some sort of wishbone or run the triple-option. Robert Hainsey has some work to do as he transitions to the professional level, but he helped himself with a nice week of Senior Bowl practice.

6. Trey Hill, center, Georgia

After playing some guard for the Georgia Bulldogs, Trey Hill slid right into the center position once Lamont Gaillard left Athens for the greener pastures of the NFL. He’s been a monster there since. He played 95 percent of the snaps in the eight games he appeared in during the 2020 season.