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

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The Philadelphia Eagles would be wise to consider the South Carolina Gamecock.

South Carolina Gamecock offensive lineman Sadarius Hutcherson has the size coaches look for. He’s six-foot-four and weighs 320 pounds. He also has freaky athletic ability. This is a nasty prospect with a violent streak anytime he suits up. The aggressive weapon has all the tools and skillset to be an absolute steal for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2021’s selection meeting.

If the Gamecock prospect is available on day three of the draft, the Birds might want to think hard about jumping at the chance at landing him. Here’s why.

Anytime your favorite football team can land a player like Hutcherson, one that’s blessed with his unique playing style and football intelligence, it has to be considered as being a steal. He’d be a great addition to any team. He’s capable of being moved around the offensive line.

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The former Gamecock will more than likely be a starting guard at the next level. Just in case you haven’t been paying attention, that’s a spot where the Eagles are challenged.

Hutcherson has a draft grade from anywhere between the fourth to the seventh round, so he should be available for the Birds on day three. The front office should keep both eyes on him to see what the buzz is that’s surrounding him.