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
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809. . . . Logan Bruss, Badgers. 8. player

Potential Eagles draft prospect Logan Bruss, Wisconsin

The Wisconsin Badgers played Logan Bruss at the right tackle position. He earned a Second-Team All-Big Ten Team nod as a result.

In terms of playing at the next level, however, despite having the appropriate length to do so, it’s hard to imagine scenarios in which he doesn’t move inside to play guard at the highest level of football. He has the body type for the position. He’s six-foot-five, and he tips the scales at 315 pounds.

Marquis Hayes, Sooners. 7. player. 815. . .

Potential Eagles draft prospect Marquis Hayes, Oklahoma

A Second-Team 2021 All-Big 12 Conference Team nod, the six-foot-four, 328-pound Marquis Hayes broke into the Oklahoma Sooners starting lineup as a sophomore and hasn’t looked back. This guy’s mean, nasty, and a gamer.

In terms of what he’d add to the Philadelphia Eagles, there’s a twist. He seems to be a more natural fit for the left guard position, and that would mean he’s a better replacement for Isaac Seumalo (if the Eagles moved on because of Isaac’s price tag) than Brandon Brooks.

Landon Dickerson, the Eagles’ second-round draft choice in 2021 also seems to be more comfortable on the left side than the right, but we can’t guarantee that both guys wouldn’t be great at right guard if they had time to get comfortable there. Keep an eye on Hayes as we move through the draft process.