Eagles draft picks 2023: Every selection Philadelphia has in April

Philadelphia Eagles, (Photo by Jon Durr/Getty Images)
Philadelphia Eagles, (Photo by Jon Durr/Getty Images) /

We approach one of pro football’s most anticipated offseason events of the calendar year. The NFL Draft is scheduled for the final weekend of our great nation’s fourth month. This time around, festivities begin on Thursday, April 27th. They end on Saturday, April 29th. The event, one partially birthed out of the frustrations and eventual proposal of Philadelphia Eagles legend Bert Bell, will bring in more viewers than some of the NBA and MLB’s postseason games.

First held in 1936, we’ve come a long way from that blackboard with 90 names scribbled on it in Philadelphia’s Ritz-Carlton Hotel. The selection meeting is now a traveling circus (no disrespect intended). The next will be the 87th, one hosted at Union Station in Kansas City, Missouri. The Eagles currently own six draft choices.

Here’s a look at all six picks the Philadelphia Eagles currently own in the 2023 NFL Draft.

Pro football’s draft is a seven-round affair, one that spans three days. Round 1 is enjoyed during the first evening. Round 2 and Round 3 come on day two, and rounds four through seven are held on the third day.

April 27th will be a big day for Philly. They own two picks in Round 1. Here’s a look at all six.

  • Round 1 – Pick 10 (From the New Orleans Saints via a 2022 offseason trade)
  • Round 1 – Pick 30
  • Round 2 – Pick 62
  • Round 3 – Pick 94
  • Round 7 – Pick 219 (From the Vikings through the Texans via the Jalen Reagor trade)
  • Round 7 – Pick 24

There’s a possibility that the Eagles could end up with ten or more draft choices in 2024 once compensatory picks are awarded thanks to a mass exodus of talent during the 2023 free-agency cycle. First things first though. The task at hand is an obvious one.

April’s draft is about adding to a roster that represented the National Football Conference in the most recent Super Bowl. Trust Howie Roseman and his staff to make the best decisions for this team’s roster. Some of these young Birds may be called upon early.