Ranking every Eagles rookie on 53-man roster ahead of 2022 NFL season

Nakobe Dean #17, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)
Nakobe Dean #17, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) /
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Jordan Davis #90, Philadelphia Eagles
Jordan Davis #90, Philadelphia Eagles (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) /

The ‘stars of tomorrow’ tier: These guys are going to be great (and for a long time).

When Howie Roseman added Landon Dickerson during the second round of the 2021 NFL Draft, there were whispers that, if the former Alabama star was healthy, he might wind up being the best interior lineman in the class.

This time around, they added the selection meeting’s best interior defensive lineman, and by the looks of things, the center they added isn’t too shabby of an investment either.

Cam Jurgens, center. 51. player. 54. . .

Some thought, when Cam Jurgens‘ selection was announced, that it could have waited. Why invest a second-round draft choice in a center, especially one that wasn’t going to play as a rookie, when we already know Jason Kelce is sticking around for another year or so?

Jurgens answered those questions immediately. He’s a star in the making with a ton of potential, and get this. He gets to learn the intricacies of playing his position from one of the best Eagles to ever throw on a jersey.

54. . . . Jordan Davis, defensive tackle. 90. player

At six-foot-six and 341 pounds, Jordan Davis possesses physical gifts that few men that are half his size possess. His workout at the most recent NFL Combine yielded a 4.78-second 40-yard dash and his opportunity to showcase a 32-inch vertical.

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During his final season at Georgia with the Bulldogs, he tallied 32 tackles and two sacks. We’re expecting some comparable numbers during his first season with the Eagles in 2022. The sky is then the limit from then on out. This young man is going to be a monster for years to come.