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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Final Thoughts

As mentioned earlier, some of the players that were invited to Mobile were no longer attending by February 1st. Wide receiver Roman Wilson of the National Champion Michigan Wolverines was one of those individuals.

He stood out during practices earlier this week. He made waves with the following grab. This one gives us Odell Beckham Jr. vibes.

Wilson could be an option for the Eagles to select as a possible third-option wideout for their offense entering next season. He is coming off his most productive season with the Wolverines. He notched 48 catches for 789 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Considering how popular players with the Georgia Bulldogs have been with the Eagles organization as of late, it's worth mentioning they have sent a few skill players to Mobile. Keep an eye on Ladd McConkey and Marcus-Rosemy Jacksaint. Keep an eye on those defensive backs as well: Tykee Smith and Javon Bullard. Running back Daijun Edwards and long snapper William Mote are also worth a mention.

Bullard or Smith are two safeties that could interest the Eagles after the first round despite the emergence of safety Sydney Brown. It will be interesting to see how Brown bounces back from a torn ACL he suffered in Philly's last regular season game on January 7th against the New York Giants.

Smith, a native of Philadelphia, plays with a lot of energy. He began his college career playing for the West Virginia Mountaineers (2019 and 2020) before transferring to Georgia in 2021. He should thrive at the next level.

He also learned a lot from his time with the Bulldogs, lessons like playing with discipline and patience. Might he join some of his former UGA teammates in the City of Brotherly Love? Time will tell. We'll be watching.

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