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Eagles Draft Picks 2015: Do you approve of Philadelphia's selection of Randall Evans in the sixth round?

We know who the Eagles picked. Now it's time to overreact.

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With the No. 196 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles selected Kansas cornerback Randall Evans.

The pick came only five spots after the Eagles drafted Kansas cornerback JaCorey Shepherd. With the Eagles having drafted Eric Rowe in round two, Evans became the third defensive back selected by Philadelphia.

Evans was a productive college player. The 6-0, 190 pound senior finished with 210 total tackles, two sacks, seven interceptions, 29 passes defensed, and five forced fumbles.

Evans played multiple positions (outside cornerback, nickel, safety) for Kansas State but he says he prefers cornerback in the NFL.

Now we turn it over to you: how are you feeling about this selection?

Remember, overreacting isn't just fun; it's mandatory. It's time for you to weigh in on why is this the best/worst pick of all time. Tell us how you really feel and vote in the poll below.


Randall Evans is a "workhorse with a high motor"

Eagles select Randall Evans with No. 196 pick

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