Eagles draft prospect visit tracker: Every prospect Philly has reportedly hosted

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March is ending. April is upon us. Things will pick up steam now as the NFL Draft draws nearer. If nothing changes between now and the selection meeting's first night, the Philadelphia Eagles would make eight picks.

Can you believe it? It seemed like it was just yesterday that we were celebrating the San Francisco 49ers' Super Bowl loss. That was satisfying after seeing them wallow in our misery a year ago.

That's water under the bridge now. That past is the past. Priority number one now is getting Philly back to the big game.

Free agency was a frenzy. We shift our attention to Detroit. The 2024 NFL Draft begins on April 25th and runs through the 27th. We all have theories, but no one knows the Eagles' plans. We do, however, know who they're talking to.

Here's a list of prospects the Eagles have reportedly hosted for pre-draft visits.

Some might say pre-draft visits don't mean anything. That certainly isn't the case in Philly. During Howie Roseman’s tenure as general manager, the Birds have always valued the team’s 30 allotted visits.

Four of the first five selections the Eagles made last year were players who visited Philadelphia during the pre-draft process (Jalen Carter, Nolan Smith, Tyler Steen, and Kelee Ringo).

Teams can host meetings and perform their medical evaluations of prospects. Here's who the Birds have reportedly hosted so far.

Edgerrin Cooper, LB, Texas A&M

Andrew DiCecco has been on fire during the pre-draft process. Bookmark his X handle, and you'll certainly stay up to date.

He reported the Eagles' visit with Edgerrin Cooper. He might be the top inside linebacker in this draft class.

Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA

The Eagles are doing their due diligence in examining potential first-round edge rushers. Laiatu Latu will certainly hear his name called on Day 1. Geoff Mosher of Inside The Birds first reported the Eagles are hosting him. He stacked 23.5 sacks over the past two seasons.

Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State

Chop Robinson is another of this class's premier rushers. DiCecco reported recently the Birds sat down with him.

Ainias Smith, WR, Texas A&M

Bleacher Report NFL/CFB analyst Ryan Fowler reports the Eagles invited Ainias Smith to Philly for a visit. He caught 180 passes and scored 19 receiving TDs during five seasons at Texas A&M. He scored four rushing TDs on 72 attempts.

Travis Glover, OL, Georgia State

Sportskeedia consulting editor and NFL Draft analyst Tony Pauline reports Philly invited Travis Glover to town for a visit. He didn't receive an invite to the NFL Combine, but he's rising on draft boards as the selection meeting nears.

Brenden Rice, WR, USC

The son of one of the best to ever play the game, Jerry Rice, USC's Brenden Rice visited the NovaCare Complex according to Andrew DiCecco. Everything this young man does will be analyzed because of who his father is, but he's gifted. He earned Second-Team All-Pac-12 honors in 2023.

Zak Zinter, OL, Michigan

Ryan Fowler reports Philly will host Michigan guard Zak Zinter on a pre-draft visit. He'd be an intriguing prospect if Philly wants to add more competition to the battle for the starting right guard job.

Tyler Steen waits in the wings. Matt Hennessy was added during free agency. Zinter would certainly add more insurance.

Cooper DeJean, DB, Iowa

Perhaps the most versatile defensive back in the draft, Cooper DeJean can play outside, in the slot, and at safety. Chase Senior of Chat Sports reported the news of this pre-draft visit. He'd be a home-run signing with versatility.

Christian Mahogany, OL, Boston College

Follow also reports of Philly's interest in Mahogany. He started at right guard for the Boston College Eagles and was solid but he may be a project player, at least during the early portion of his career.

Trevin Wallace, LB, Kentucky

The Eagles have added three linebackers during free agency worth mentioning. Devin White, Julian Okwara, and Oren Burks will all don the midnight green.

That hasn't stopped the Birds from interviewing a few draft prospects at the position. Andrew DiCecco reports Trevin Wallace was scheduled for a visit.

Tyler Guyton, OL, Oklahoma

Pro Football Network NFL analyst Anthony DiBona reports Tyler Guyton has a pre-draft visit with the Eagles. We wouldn't object. The last time Philly drafted an offensive lineman from Oklahoma, that worked out well.

And, by the way, Guyton is a monster.

Khristian Boyd, DL, Northern Iowa

Jake Rabadi of The Liberty Line reports the Eagles invited Khristian Boyd to the NovaCare Complex for a pre-draft visit. He's a six-foot-four, 317-pounder out of Northern Iowa, and we all know how the Birds like big guys that play along the interior of the O-line.

Cooper Beebe, OL, Kansas State

Add Cooper Beebe to the list of interior offensive linemen the Eagles are interested in. Credit Ryan Fowler for reporting the Eagles' pre-draft visit with him.

Brandon Coleman, OL, TCU

Thank Devin Jackson of the Philadelphia Inquirer for reporting the Eagles' interest in Brandon Coleman. Are you noticing a trend here? The Eagles are always interested in stocking the offensive linemen, and this young man is a good one.

Andru Phillips, CB, Kentucky

Jake Rabadi of The Liberty Line reports the Philadelphia Eagles planned a visit with former Kentucky cornerback Andru Phillips.

Marshawn Kneeland, EDGE, Western Michigan

Tony Pauline of Sportskeeda reports Philadelphia will host Western Michigan edge defender Marshawn Kneeland. The Eagles have two second-round draft choices, and Kneeland is projected as a second-day prospect.

Troy Fautanu, offensive tackle, Washington

Troy Fautanu is scheduled for a pre-draft visit with the Eagles and Steelers. Before that, he'll spend time with the Jaguars. This comes after his visited with the Ravens and Bengals. Thank Jordan Schultz for being first with the report.

Johnny Wilson, WR, Florida State

NBC Sports Philly's John Clark reports the Eagles are interested in another big-bodies receiver. Johnny Wilson is a six-foot-six, 231-pounder who comes to the NFL having spent two seasons at Florida State after transferring from Arizona State.

Roger Rosengarten, OT, Washington

Roger Rosengarten is a six-foot-five, 308-pound right tackle who cut his teeth with the Washington Huskies, on the other side of the formation from the highly-touted Troy Fautanu. The Draft Network's Justin Melo reports that Philly is interested in him.

Here's someone who could be an eventual replacement for Lane Johnson. Plus he's athletic and runs the 40-yard dash in 4.92 seconds.

Kool-Aid McKnistry, CB, Alabama

Jordan Schultz reports the Eagles have a pre-draft visit scheduled with the former Alabama star. McKinstry is also set to meet with the Giants and Falcons.

Tez Walker, WR, North Carolina

The Draft Network's Justin M reports the Eagles met virtually with former UNC receiver Tez Walker. He has also met with met with the Titans, Packers, Bengals, and Raiders virtually and has met with the Panthers, Bills, Jaguars, and Jets in person.

Mohamed Kamara, EDGE, Colorado State

The Eagles reportedly visited Fort Collins to give Colorado State star Mohamed Kamara
a workout. Andrew DiCecco reports that Jeremiah Washburn did the honors.

Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

The Eagles reportedly met with Alabama's other corner, Terrion Arnold. He probably wouldn't be available at 22, so Philly would have to trade up to acquire him.

Bookmark this one. This list will be updated daily at noon EST. We'll let you know if there are any updates, and we will list them below this line.

The following players have also been among the reported pre-draft visits:

  • Adisa Isaac, EDGE, Penn State
  • MarShawn Lloyd, RB, Southern Cal
  • Jalyx Hunt, edge rusher, Houston Christian
  • Decamerion Richardson, DB, Mississippi State
  • Jarrian Jones, DB, Florida State
  • Caelen Carson, DB, Wake Forest

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