Ranking every Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman before camp

Isaac Seumalo #73, Jason Kelce #62, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Steven Ryan/Getty Images)
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Call these guys the longshots if you’re a Philadelphia Eagles fan.

18. Kayode Awosika, guard: By a show of hands, how many of you forgot this guy was on the team (or didn’t know)? Such is life for an undrafted rookie in the National Football League. He has one heck of a climb to make this roster.

17. Le’Raven Clark, tackle: At the risk of sounding disrespectful, there’s no way to put this gently. The Philadelphia Eagles have seven tackles on the 90-man training camp roster, and that doesn’t include Matt Pryor who can play both guard and center. Le’Raven Clark is probably the seventh guy on the depth chart at the position. That isn’t promising.

16. Harry Crider, center: The Philadelphia Eagles have four centers on the training camp roster. One of them is Jason Kelce, and both Isaac Seumalo and Landon Dickerson can play the center position if need be. That’s bad news for an undrafted rookie, Harry Crider, one that has hopes of making the roster.

15. Ross Pierschbacher, center: Ross Pierschbacher is more experienced than Crider, but the analysis is the same. Philly has Jason Kelce in the fold for one more year, and they have enough guys that can play the center position if something unforeseen happens. It doesn’t look good for the Alabama product.

14. Casey Tucker, tackle: While Casey Tucker does have some ability and talent, like Kayode Awosika, the numbers game figures to swallow him whole.

13. Luke Juriga, center: If the Birds were actually inclined to keep another center on the roster, the best that they may have of their four-man bunch is probably Luke Juriga, but again, just in case you haven’t been paying attention, there’s no need to designate an extra roster spot on a second center.