Philadelphia Eagles 2021 undrafted free agent tracker with grades

The 2021 NFL Draft is over, but that doesn’t mean the Philadelphia Eagles are done adding to their roster. We’re a long way from training camp. The buzz and conversation that surrounded the three-day selection meeting haven’t died down.

Here’s what we all know, between now and September, any mention of any new talent or player movement is going to raise any Birds fan’s antenna. Make sure you bookmark this one. Here’s where any relevant undrafted free-agent signings by the Philadelphia Eagles will be mentioned.

Here’s a list of the 2021 Philadelphia Eagles undrafted free agents.

Jamie Newman, Wake Forest Demon Deacons (quarterback)

Jamie Newman is an interesting prospect and someone that could evolve into a very good third-string option now that Philly has finally closed the door on that Nate Sudfeld fiasco. Prior to his tenure at Wake Forest, he spent some time in the Georgia Bulldogs program. Grade: B-

Jhamon Ausbon, Texas A&M Aggies (wide receiver)

NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero broke this one at about 7 PM EST on May 1st. Wide receiver Jhamon Ausbon is a six-foot-two, 209-pound monster who truly has a shot at making the 53-man roster. Grade: B-

Trevon Grimes, Florida Gators (wide receiver)

Despite not being drafted, Trevon Grimes is good enough to be considered as being the third-best wide receiver on the Philadelphia Eagles’ roster once you get past DeVonta Smith and Jalen Reagor. He’s very talented.

Go back and look at how he ran right past Patrick Surtain II on a bomb in the most recent SEC Championship Game if you disagree. Grade: A-

Jack Stoll, Nebraska (tight end): ITI spoke with Husker Corners’ Leigh Oleszczak who shared that Nebraska’s offense wasn’t great, but Jack Stoll could have been better with some decent quarterback play. He could evolve into a third tight end or special teamer. Grade: C

Jaquan Bailey, Iowa State Cyclones (defensive end)

If you’re looking for sacks, you’ve found them here. Despite being a defensive prospect that every offensive coordinator playing the Cyclones warned his unit about, there weren’t any answers for Jaquan Bailey who shattered his program’s record for quarterback takedowns with 25.5.

That’s scene better than the previous mark of 18.5 that was held by Shawn Moorehead. Grade: B-

Kayode Awosika, Buffalo Bulls (offensive tackle)

The six-foot-five, 315-pound Kayode Awosika earned All-MAC honors after starting the last 32 games at tackle for Buffalo. Grade: A-

Harry Crider, Indiana Hoosiers (center)

Philly has a ton of options at the center position as they prepare for the eventual retirement of Jason Kelce. Isaac Seumalo can slide over. Luke Juriga is on the roster, and they just added Harry Crider after drafting Landon Dickerson in the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft. Grade: C