Eagles seven-round mock draft following their free agency overhaul and the Kenny Pickett trade

The Eagles have loaded up during free agency. How will that affect their draft strategy?
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Round 4 - Pick 120 (via Steelers) - Jonah Elliss, EDGE, Utah

Jonah's brothers, Christian and Noah, have played for the Eagles. Why not add the guy who might be better than both? He's a tad undersized at six-foot-two and 246 pounds, but he was one of college football's most dangerous sack artists in 2023, racking up a dozen big ones to go along with 37 tackles and a forced fumble. Yeah... We're really on board with this addition.

Round 5 - Pick 161 (via Buccaneers) - Tykee Smith, safety, Georgia

What the heck. Give us all the UGA guys (though that's not why we made this selection). Tykee Smith fills a need at safety, where Philly has a trio of guys (Reed Blankenship, Sydney Brown, and CJ. Gardner-Johnson) who have all had their share of injures.

Round 5 (compensatory) - Justin Eboigbe

This Alabama star is six-foot-five but only 285 pounds, which is sometimes seen as being light for an interior defensive lineman. He stacked 64 tackles (11.5 for loss) and seven sacks in 2023 though, so there's certainly something here to build on.

Round 5 (comp) -Erick All, tight end

Can we get Dallas Goedert some help? No seriously. Who believes in Albert Okwuegbunam, Grant Calcaterra, and Noah Togiai? At least Erick All is a legitimate threat on third down and in the red zone.

Round 6 - (comp) - Edefuan Ulofoshio

We close the show with a linebacker. Edefuan Ulofoshio is getting Day 3 grades, but he was a First Team All-Pac-12 nod who racked 94 tackles, three sacks, a forced fumble, three pass breakups, an interception, and a defensive TD in his final season with the Washington Huskies.

Yes... Bring him in.

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