Eagles won’t wait until NFL Draft season to begin studying these prospects

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Peter Skoronski #77, Northwestern Wildcats (Mandatory Credit: Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports) /

Peter Skoronski is the perfect fit for this Eagles franchise and for Jeff Stoutland University.

When one thinks about the strengths of this Eagles team, the offensive line is always mentioned. It would seem, with that being said, that Philadelphia would more than likely address other needs early come next April, but their business model suggests that may not be what happens. Roster building always starts in the trenches, and Philly’s need for depth along the O-line might be more obvious than some would claim after an initial glance.

Jason Kelce could retire. No one knows what he’s thinking. Lane Johnson is likely to follow one day as he has expressed feelings about his time potentially winding down. Isaac Seumalo is set to hit free agency this offseason if no extension is granted to him.

Peter Skoronski would be the perfect fit for the Eagles’ offensive line and Jeff Stoutland University. We all know how much this coaching staff values versatility. This might wind up being the draft’s highest-graded player at both tackle and guard by the time we reach the end of April. He’s currently seen as being such by many draft pundits. He’s a true Swiss Army knife for any NFL offense.