Chop Robinson, EDGE/outside linebacker, Penn State Nittany Lions
The Eagles don't draft guys from Penn State, do they? When was the last time that happened? Shareef Miller? Don't quote us on that. We're going off the dome here.
If there was ever a time to go against that draft strategy, this would be it. Chop Robinson missed time with an injury, but he still racked up four sacks in seven games, He can play both defensive end in a 4-3 scheme and as an outside rush linebacker in the 3-4.
Ladd McConkey, wide receiver, Georgia Bulldogs
The Eagles' top two wide receivers are great, A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith. There isn't much past them though (and Quez Watkins and Olamide Zaccheaus are both scheduled to hit free agency. We may want to take a look at the kid from UGA.
Luke McCaffrey, WR, Rice Owls
With Christian McCaffrey terrorizing the Eagles as a member of the San Francisco 49ers, maybe the Birds can find a McCaffrey of their own in little brother Luke. The latter isn't as talented as the former, but he definitely made himself some money in Mobile. Keep an eye on him as we continue to move through the draft process.
Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky Hilltoppers
Here's a possible 'sultan of the slot' in the making. No disrespect is intended to our guy Freddie Mitchell. Malachi Corley is a five-foot-ten 215-pounder and a great route runner.
We're going to assume you didn't watch a ton of Western Kentucky football. We sure as heck didn't, but if you did, it didn't take long to realize Corley is a joy to watch.,