Philadelphia Eagles: Final grades for every practice squad member

Travis Fulgham #13, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)
Travis Fulgham #13, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) /
3 of 5
Philadelphia Eagles
Elijah Holyfield (33), LeÕRaven Clark (61) Mandatory Credit: Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports /

The Philadelphia Eagles offensive scout team grades (continued)

WR KeeSean Johnson

Johnson was drafted by the Cardinals in the sixth round of the 2019 draft but has only seen 65 targets and has only produced 360 yards over his two-year career.

He was not projected to be of impact in a crowded Arizona WR room, consisting of DeAndre Hopkins, A.J. Green, Christian Kirk, and rookie Rondale Moore. He brings his athleticism and RAC ability fans saw in college to the Eagles, a system that seems to prioritize speed. Grade: C

TE Nick Eubanks

Rookie TE Eubanks was initially signed by the Cowboys as an undrafted free agent but soon realized his mistake and joined the Eagles as a practice squad tight end. He caught 10 passes for 117 yards last season, and brings his size and hands to a team who loves tight-end use and lost Tyree Jackson to an injury. Grade: C

G/T Kayode Awosika

Awosika is a name that many Eagles fans won’t recognize, but the undrafted rookie from Buffalo actually had a very good camp with the Birds and became a fan favorite in the process. The Eagles were smart to not play him much during the preseason, as to not show off his athleticism.

He now sits on the practice squad where he can develop in case of an injury to Mailata or Seumalo. Grade: B-

T Le’Raven Clark

Le’Raven Clark came into the organization with a shot at showcasing his talent and becoming a solid backup for this team. Clark performed as a backup should, but was a casualty to the activation of Landon Dickerson off of the Non-Football Injury list, and now sits on the practice squad, ready for another chance. Grade: A-

G Sua Opeta

Opeta had playing time last year for the Eagles, playing in eight games and starting in two of them. He wasn’t bad at the position, but with the addition of Dickerson and the healing of our starting OL, Opeta just wasn’t needed on the main roster. Grade: A

C/G Ross Pierschbacher

26-year old Pierschbacher has only played in a total of eight games in his career, all for the Eagles. His signing to the practice squad was just another instance of the Eagles already having depth in Herbig, Driscoll, Dillard, and Dickerson. Grade: A-