3 Third-day offensive lineman Philadelphia Eagles must keep tabs on

Chase Behrndt (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)
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Chase Behrndt (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images) /

877. . . . Chase Behrndt, West Virginia. . player

Behrndt is a versatile weapon the Philadelphia Eagles offense could really use.

When adding depth to the Philadelphia Eagles offensive line, versatility should play a big part in doing so. That’s where West Virginia offensive lineman Chase Behrndt comes in handy.

The six-foot-four, 315-pound prospect is as scrappy as they come and has the football intelligence to be an immediate upgrade. Capable of playing both the right and left guard spots as well as the center position, Behrndt would add immediate value to the offense.

If needed, he could fill in at right tackle and can also play on special teams. He has the violent punch at the point of contact that coaches look for. He also has the athletic makeup you rarely see in a man his size. He has underrated speed and is more than capable of pulling and getting out in front of a ball carrier and leading the way.

The front office would be wise to add a talent like the West Virginia product. He would be a great depth piece that could eventually be one of the starting five up front for years to come.