Philadelphia Eagles 7-round mock draft: Building for the future

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Versatility could be the key to the Philadelphia Eagles’ future success.

The five-foot-eleven, 180-pound K.J.Sails has the versatile ability to be used all over the back end of the Eagles defense. He has played both the cornerback and safety position at the highest level of college football and adds value to the return game as well. He is both quick and fast and has the vision to give fans goosebumps. Imaging him in an Eagles uniform would give fans something to smile about.

Khyiris Tonga is a great fit for the Philadelphia Eagles defensive front at 224.

Khyiris Tonga was a force for the BYU defense over the last few years, and he could do the same for the Eagles. Adding him this late in the draft would be an absolute steal for the front office, one that could wind up being a huge get for the future.

Javian Hawkins would add versatility to the Eagles offense at 225.

The five-foot-nine, 195-pound Javian Hawkins would add value to the passing game as well as the running game. A threat to score from anywhere on the field, Hawkins would be a great value pick in the sixth round.