Eagles stock cupboard at areas of need in 7-round mock draft simulation

This time, we let the simulators and AI do the work. Here's what the 2024 Eagles draft class looks like when that happens.
Chop Robinson, Philadelphia Eagles draft
Chop Robinson, Philadelphia Eagles draft / Kevin Sabitus/GettyImages

If you feel out of touch because you still haven't completely figured this A.I. thing out yet, have no fear. You aren't alone. But, here's the tricky part. Now they have this stuff on our phones. It appears the Philadelphia Eagles fan experience will never be the same, but while we're on the subject, those who are resistant to change (shout out to every Taurus out there) can have a lot of fun if willing to bend.

We're all in! We couldn't leave it alone once we got the hang of this stuff. We tried piecing together a list of the greatest Eagles to play for the franchise using A.I. once. That was fun. Maybe mock drafts are next, but until then, there are other options.

Here's who the Eagles drafted when we let Pro Football Network's simulator do the work.

Simulators are a great way to pass the time if you're football junkies like we are. Every now and then, we just want to see how consistent they are and if they hit the mark. Here's a recent mock we pieced together using one provided by Pro Football Network. You be the judge. Here's what they came up with.

Round 1, Pick 22 - Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State

If you've been keeping up with as many takes as you can, you haven't had any issues with finding arguments to support Philly's addition of Chop Robinson at 22. It appears our mock sim agrees with the idea.

Just for kicks, we kept restarting our sim to see if there would be any changes. Chop wound up falling to Philly seven of the ten times we tried doing so. We'll see if that happens once we reach draft night (and if Philly shows interest in his selection).

Round 2, Pick 50 (from New Orleans) - Cooper DeJean, safety, Iowa

Some believe Cooper DeJean has a shot at being one of the first three or four defensive backs taken. Here he falls to Philly at 50. Go figure. Maybe there's concern about last year's late-season injury?

Hey, no one should have any issues if this was how things would play out. His versatility will serve him well once he suits up at the pro level. He'd be a nice win for Philly's secondary.

Round 2, Pick 53 - Cooper Beebe, guard, Kansas State

Many expect the Birds to stick to their business model and select an offensive lineman with their first or second draft choice. Here they do so with their third.

Cooper Bebee is a two-time Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year (2022, 2023). He was named a Unanimous All-American in 2023 and earned three First-Team All-Big 12 nods during his time at Kansas State (2021–2023). He could be a starting guard in the NFL for at least eight seasons (or more

Round 4 - Pick 120 (from Pitt) - Cam Hart, cornerback, Notre Dame

This six-foot-two, 207-pound DB has the size to match up with anyone. Think of him as a newer Benjamin St-Juste. That's who one of the great draft scouts, Lance Zierlein compared him to in a recent NFL.com prospect profile.

He, Cooper DeJean, and the returning Kelee Ringo would make Birds fans confident about the future of the secondary.

Round 5, Pick 161 (from T.B.) - Theo Johnson, tight end, Penn State

The Birds don't stock their cupboard by drafting from Penn State's roster very often, but Chop and tight end Theo Johnson might make them rethink that theory. The latter is a matchup nightmare.

Say it with us... Six-foot-six... 260 pounds... It will be hard to miss him on third down and in the red zone.

Round 5, Pick 171 (comp pick) - Tommy Eichenberg, linebacker, Ohio State

Peruse the available prospect rankings and big boards, and you'll notice the theories about Tommy Eichenberg are all over the place. Here in this secnario, he's available in Round 5.

Sure, the Eagles probably should have taken a linebacker by now, but you all know the drill. Devin White and Julian Okwara have been added. Nakobe Dean is slated to return from injury which could add to Philly's desire to wait for a little while.

Round 5, Pick 172 (comp) - Justin Eboigbe, defensive tackle, Alabama

It isn't a party until the Birds add an interior defensive lineman. After selecting Jordan Davis and Jalen Carter during the first round of the last two NFL Drafts (and adding Moro Ojomo during Round 7 last April), Philly waits until Day 3 to add another prospect despite Fletcher Cox's retirement.

Expect to see more of Milton Williams in 2024.

Round 6, Pick 210 (comp) - Caedan Wallace, offensive tackle, Penn State

Triple dipping into the Penn State wheelhouse? Hey, we'll take it, especially if that means Caedan Wallace is still hanging around in Round 6.

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