Ranking second-day quarterback options for Eagles in 2022 NFL Draft

Aqeel Glass (4) Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports
Aqeel Glass (4) Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports /
2 of 4
Philadelphia Eagles
Chris Oladokun (Mandatory Credit: Imagn Images photo pool) /

Here are a couple of Day 3 Eagles prospects that could slide to Day 2.

Football was two tons of fun when the Miami Hurricanes were dominant. For those of you that like your football programs to have a little more edge (and are a little younger), here’s what we’ll say. The Canes invented swagger.

Their climb back to prominence has been slow, and even though we were told that 2021 might be the year when they take the world by storm again, we found out that they aren’t quite ready to do so. Still, we continue to find future NFL stars there from time to time.

D’Eriq King‘s ceiling might be that he’s a career backup, but you never know. We’ll see if he climbs on boards and if the Eagles show interest.

If you haven’t learned by now, they’re playing some ball in North and South Dakota. Okay, so things didn’t work out for Philly with the redheaded quarterback, but another North Dakota State Bison alum, Trey Lance, has a shot to be a star.

This year, it’s a South Dakota State standout that’s making waves on those QB radars. Chris Oladokun is a six-foot-two target that tips the scales at 184 pounds.

It’s hard to determine how much interest the Eagles could show in him or if they have any interest at all. Don’t ignore this young man because you aren’t impressed by where he played his college ball though. The last time the Eagles drafted a former Jackrabbit (Dallas Goedert), things worked out pretty well.