Christian Haynes, offensive lineman, UCONN Huskies
The Philadelphia Eagles have long been in love with versatile linemen that play multiple positions, and Christian Haynes certainly fits that bill. He played both guard and center during the Senior Bowl and could be yet another decent weapon for Jeff Stoutland University.
Braden Fiske, defensive tackle, Florida State Seminoles
Braden Fiske appears to made himself some money during his time in Mobile. He wore out offensive linemen. He found his way onto Daniel Jeremiah's top 10 NFL Draft winners, and a solid season in Tallahassee with the Florida State Seminoles certainly didn't hurt him.
Place his name on the list of 2024 standouts. We add his name to this list because he plays a position the Eagles actually value.
Dylan Laube, RB/WR, New Hampshire Wildcats
Philadelphia has three tailbacks that are set to test free agency if the Birds don't hand out any extensions to either of them. There's no reason to believe they'll invest early draft capital into retooling the position, but a versatile talent like Dylan Laube could be a late-round add that fits in well with Kellen Moore's scheme.
He made a name for himself in Mobile.
Spencer Rattler, QB, South Carolina Gamecocks
We've come a long way from that Netflix series featuring Spencer Rattler and a few other prep talents (and the slow start to his career that we witnessed while he spent time with the Oklahoma Sooners). He reinvigorated some of the interest in him while he was in South Carolina with the Gamecocks.
Philly met with him in Mobile. Will that convince them to select him come draft time?