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)
Tyree Wilson #19, Texas Tech Red Raiders (Photo by John E. Moore III/Getty Images) /
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Will Anderson Jr. #31, Alabama Crimson Tide (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) /

player. 874. . . . Tyree Wilson, Texas Tech. 2

Tyree Wilson and Will Anderson top our list of Eagles EDGE prospects, and we expect that most agree.

It’s going to be interesting to see how Tyree Wilson is valued seeing as how he fell victim to a foot injury on November 12th that forced him to miss the remainder of the season. Before that, he had racked up 61 tackles, a forced fumble, and seven sacks.

Injuries tend to frighten people. Wilson will probably need an impressive pre-draft journey to alleviate any fear of his being a long-term issue but ask around and you’ll learn most agree he’s among the top five prospects at the EDGE position.

We expect to see him hear his name called in Round 1. At six-foot-six and 275 pounds, he’ll a force to be reckoned with for a while at football’s highest level.

829. . . . Will Anderson, Crimson Tide. 1. player

Well, we tried to make this as dramatic as possible, but we’re pretty sure that Will Anderson‘s place atop this list doesn’t shock anyone. During the 2022 NCAA football season, he tallied 51 tackles, ten sacks, and an interception that he returned for a touchdown, and he did most of that playing versus college football’s best conference.

Anderson entered the most recent college football season heralded as the game’s best edge rusher. He’s done nothing to damage his standing as such. There’s seemingly no way the Eagles will have a shot at landing him with the tenth-overall selection, but upon further review, if they’re thinking of trading up, he is certainly a guy that you do so to acquire.

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