Ranking Eagles ten best 2023 EDGE draft prospects following Senior Bowl

Tyree Wilson #19, Texas Tech Red Raiders (Photo by John E. Moore III/Getty Images)
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BJ Ojulari #18, LSU Tigers (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images) /

. . B.J. Ojulari, LSU. 10. player. 817.

B.J. Ojulari and Mike Morris are solid options if the Eagles look to add an edge rusher on Day 2 of the 2023 NFL Draft.

Rivals of the LSU Tigers may disagree, but college football is a lot more fun when the Bayou Bengals are relevant. Their fans are zany and loyal. Their atmosphere is electric, and when they get on a roll, especially at home, the opposing team can feel like they’re under attack.

Opposing offenses felt like they were under attack all season thanks to Ali Gaye and B.J. Ojulari. The latter is a solid Day 2 selection. At the close of the 2022 college football season, he was the owner of 58 tackles, a forced fumble, and 8.5 sacks, and he did so in only 11 games.

. . . Mike Morris, Michigan. 9. player. 811

There’s a lot to like about the direction that the Michigan Wolverines are headed in. We don’t expect the Ohio State Buckeyes to agree with that theory, but that’s okay. As we stated with LSU, college football is better when the Maize and Blue is relevant.

The wins are stacking in Ann Arbor again and so is the list of NFL draftees. Mike Morris is climbing a few draft boards thanks in part to his 7.5 sacks posted in 2022.