Ranking NFL Draft edge rushers who could provide immediate contributions to the Eagles

Throw out Dallas Turner because he won't be available, but here are some of the other top edge rushers we'd like to see in a Philadelphia Eagles jersey.

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6. Adisa Isaac, Penn State Nittany Lions

Most will rate Adisa Isaac's Penn State teammate Chop Robinson higher on their draft boards, but it was Isaac who produced the more impressive stat line when his friend was lost to injury.

Isaac tallied 35 tackles, 7.5 sacks, and a forced fumble in 2023. He stands at six-foot-four and tips the scales at 250 pounds. He's a fantastic consolation prize for any team that may feel they missed out on their first choice.

5. Darius Robinson, Missouri Tigers

Darius Robinson was a First-Team All-SEC nod in 2023, and you know how we feel. Who you play matters. If he can do work versus the best conference in college football, it will be interesting to see how his skill set translates. He offered a solid showing at the most recent NFL Scouting Combine though he admits he wasn't a huge fan of its setup.

Others have echoed the same thing, but we recommend considering Robinson. He's a solid Day 2 option who might even sneak into the back of Round 1.

4. Chop Robinson, Penn State

We've spent so much time discussing Penn State Nittany Lions James Franklin and Saquon Barkley, that it seems only right to mention another. Chop Robinson, as stated, missed time with a leg injury. We'd probably rank him higher had that not happened, but still, we see nothing that lends itself to the theory that he shouldn't be on everyone's list of the top five EDGE prospects or slightly outside the top five as the sixth or seventh.