Offensive prospects the Eagles can draft to make Jalen Hurts' life even easier

The Eagles are stocked on the offensive side of the ball, but a few more additions shouldn't lead to any complaints.

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Christian Haynes, guard, UCONN

This six-foot-two, 318-pound interior offensive lineman played well during his time with the UCONN Huskies. He's athletic and can run. He could also push Tyler Steen and Matt Hennessy for time at the right guard position.

Erick All, tight end, Iowa

It isn't very often that we scour the Iowa landscape in an attempt to find offensive talent, but when you're a program that is offering six-foot-five, 250-pound tight ends up for discussion, it's easy to see why we can fixate our gazes on Erick All and wind up getting stuck.

We found Erick All while trying to study Cooper DeJean. Seriously, Jalen Hurts would need to take several steps backward in his ability to read coverages and hit open targets to miss this guy.

We mentioned he was six-foot-five, right? Two things come to mind, the red zone and the end zone. All would make sense in either situation.

He checked the boxes last season, except for those of the medical variety. A torn ACL ended his season in 2023, and that has scared teams off. Here's where he makes sense. Think about him if he's available and floating around on Day 3.

Guys like Cade Stover (Ohio State), Brevyn Spann-Ford (Minnesota), and Jaheim Bell (Florida State) make sense in the mid-rounds, but All is someone with second-day talent who could be a steal for someone rounding out their roster on Day 3.

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