Philadelphia Eagles: 4 Sub-radar draft targets who can replace Jalen Hurts

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Make sure to pay attention to these potential Philadelphia Eagles prospects.

Philadelphia Eagles QB prospect #4: Aqeel Glass, Alabama A&M Bulldogs

Aqeel Glass is a six-foot-three. He’s built like your refrigerator and even though he may not be a speedster, he’s still a sub-five-second 40-yard dash guy that can create with his legs if plays begin to break down.

His arm is pretty impressive as well. Heading into October of the 2021 college football season, he had compiled a completion percentage of over 60 while racking up a 7-1 touchdown-to-interception ratio. He had a four-interception outing versus Grambling, but this is someone that could rise as we move through the college football season and draft process.

Philadelphia Eagles QB prospect #3: Kenny Pickett, Pittsburgh Panthers

Though they have a rich history, there are times when the Pittsburgh Panthers can disappear on the college football radar. They shouldn’t because they produce players. Philly even has one of their guys on the current roster (Avonte Maddox).

Put an asterisk by Kenny Pickett. He’s six-foot-three. He tips the scales at 220 pounds. For most of his career, he’s hovered around a 60-percent completion percentage. After five games in 2021, that number jumped to 72 percent, and he’s tossed 19 touchdowns versus a single interception.