Ranking 10 potential Eagles draft replacements for Brandon Brooks

Brandon Brooks, Philadelphia Eagles (Mandatory Credit: Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports)
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Brandon Brooks, Philadelphia Eagles
Tyrese Robinson #52, Oklahoma Sooners (Photo by Peter G. Aiken/Getty Images) /

Tyrese Robinson, Sooners. 10. player. 815. . .

Potential Eagles draft prospect Tyrese Robinson, Oklahoma

At six-foot-two and 328 pounds, the Oklahoma Sooners decided to move Tyrese Robinson to right tackle after he spent the 2019 and 2020 NCAA seasons playing the guard position. He didn’t miss a beat and found his way onto the 2021 All-Big 12 Conference Team.

It’s funny to call a guy that’s six-foot-two ‘short’, but with the way players have evolved physically, he is small by professional football standards. He’ll move back to guard at the NFL level.

812. . . . Thayer Munford, Buckeyes. 9. player

Potential Eagles draft prospect Thayer Munford, Ohio State

Robinson moved from the inside to the outside on the Sooners’ O-line. Ohio State’s Thayer Munford did the opposite. He transitioned from the tackle position to play guard in 2021, all in the name of helping the team out and getting the Buckeyes’ five best linemen on the field at the same time. That led to both team and individual success.

Heading into football’s offseason, Munford boasts two consecutive First-team All-Big Ten nods on his resume after earning a Second-Team All-Big Ten Award in 2019. He’s also a 2021 American Football Coaches Association First-team All-American. Keep an eye on him as we move through the draft process.