Here’s an initial look at ten NCAA prospects the Eagles will want to place on their 2023 NFL Draft board.
Maybe we’ve gotten greedy. This past Philadelphia Eagles offseason and how the vice president/general manager Howie Roseman navigated the process has just about everyone buzzing over the potential for the coming regular season.
Then, in our free time, if you’re not careful, you can find yourself scouring every roster, both collegiate and professional in an attempt to make guesses on that next prospect that could really catapult this roster to greatness.
There are questions to be answered, what Philly should do in terms of 27 potential 2023 free agents for instance, but make no mistake about it. There are some building blocks on this team.
If another solid offseason follows the most recent, this team could establish long-term relevancy. The next draft will aid in that process. Here’s a look at ten potential NCAA All-Americans that they may want to place on their draft board immediately.
Will Anderson might be exactly what the Eagles are looking for, a versatile playmaker from the Alabama Crimson Tide that can play the outside linebacker position in the 3-4 defensive scheme or with his hand in the dirt in a traditional 4-3.
In 2021, he notched 52 tackles including 10.5 that resulted in a loss of yardage, and he finished third in the SEC in sacks with seven. Keep an eye on him all year during the coming college football season. Make sure you make a note to study these next nine guys as well.