3 Senior Bowl standouts who are locks for landing on the Eagles' 2024 draft board

Several players participating in the upcoming Senior Bowl already seemingly have the Eagles staff's attention. Philly has no choice but to be interested.
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The 2024 Reese's Senior Bowl will take place on Saturday, February 3, at Hancock Whitney Stadium in Mobile, Alabama. The game's start time is 1:00 pm EST. It will be broadcast on NFL Network. Philadelphia Eagles staff members and others representing each professional franchise will be allowed an opportunity to determine whether to target specific players and place them on their respective draft boards.

Pay close attention to the players Philly sat with ahead of the Senior Bowl. They have met with a few already, but it appears that news broke on February 1st that some players we thought we'd see won't be participating.

Jordan Reid, an NFL and college football analyst for ESPN, posted an update naming players who are no longer in Mobile at the Senior Bowl.

Let's take a look at three Senior Bowl standouts who are making names for themselves and are locks to be added to the Eagles' 2024 NFL Draft board.

Dylan Laube, running back, New Hampshire Wildcats

Dylan Laube is a dual threat at the running back position. The New Hampshire Wildcats used him as both a runner and receiver in their offense. In ten games during 2023, he notched 793 rushing yards and nine touchdowns on 160 attempts.

Laube also finished with 68 catches, 699 yards, and seven touchdown receptions. He resembles the great Eagles running backs of the past. Think D'Andre Swift, Miles Sanders, and Darren Sproles.

The Wildcats also used Laube on their special teams unit as part of their kick and punt return teams. The Westhampton, New York, native finished with 467 return yards and one return touchdown by way of 15 kickoff attempts. He added another 180 yards and one touchdown on 16 punt returns in 2023.

In 2021, he notched a career-high 30 kickoff returns and 620 return yards. New Hampshire used him as a punt returner for the last two years. He racked up 18 attempts for 246 yards in 2022. He is a multi-talented player that the Eagles could use as a rusher, receiver, or on special teams if they are looking to the draft to fill their roster needs at the running back position.