20 Prospects the Eagles must scout from College Football Playoff
More Georgia Bulldogs prospects who are worth the Eagles attention
Nakobe Dean, linebacker
Stop what you’re doing, and find some Nakobe Dean highlights. He seems to have established himself as the best linebacker prospect not named Devin Lloyd (Utah).
He was everywhere for Georgia’s defense. Try 61 total tackles, including 8.5 for a loss of yardage, to go along with five sacks, two interceptions, four pass breakups, and a forced fumble on for size.
Jamaree Salyer, interior offensive lineman
Add this guy to the Eagles O-line unit, and no one would be able to stop Philly’s rushing attack for the next ten seasons.
An honorable mention is needed for wide receiver George Pickens and 3-4 outside linebacker Adam Anderson. The latter may not be an immediate scheme fit for Philly, but he’s too talented to ignore.
Lewis Cine, safety
Marcus Epps appears to be someone the Eagles can build around, but they also need a succession plan for Rodney McLeod as he’s getting older and no one’s certain about K’Von Wallace. Lewis Cine is worth a look.
He racked up 61 total tackles and hauled in an interception for the Georgia Bulldogs in 13 games this season.