Keep in mind that all 32 NFL teams are each allowed a total of 60 formal 15-minute interviews out of 338 prospects who attended. Not all meetings get reported but I’ve tracked down some that did leak out.
Just because the Eagles interviewed a player doesn’t necessarily mean they’re automatically going to draft them. This is all just a part of the information-gathering process.
The Eagles did meet with at least two of their five 2018 draft picks (Dallas Goedert and Josh Sweat) at last year’s Combine.
Prospect rankings below via CBS Sports.
Josh Jacobs - Rank: 17th overall, 1st at position (Source)
Damien Harris - Rank: 52nd, 2nd (Source)
Devin Singletary - Rank: 58th, 3rd (Source)
David Montgomery - Rank: 61st, 4th (Source)
Miles Sanders - Rank: 89th, 8th (Source)
Rodney Anderson: - Rank: 113th, 10th (Source)
Bryce Love - Rank: 123rd, 11th (Source)
Myles Gaskin - Rank: 133rd, 12th (Source)
Trayveon Williams - Rank: 157th, 15th (Source)
Dexter Williams - Rank: 180th, 16th (Source)
Tony Pollard - Rank: 189th, 17th (Source)
Travis Homer - Rank: 202nd, 20th (Source)
Ryquell Armstead - Rank: 275th, 27th (Source)
Emanuel Hall - Rank: 87th, 11th (Source)
David Sills - Rank: 136th, 18th (Source)
Irv Smith - Rank: 41st, 3rd (Source)
Dax Raymond - Rank: 234th, 15th (Source)
Dalton Risner - Rank: 40th, 6th (Source)
Tytus Howard - Rank: 111th, 16th (Source)
Fred Johnson - Rank: 339th, 52nd (Source)
Ryan Pope - Rank: 358th, 57th (Source)
Shareef Miller - Rank: 148th, 17th (Source)
Jordan Brailford - Rank: 186th, 19th (Source)
Christian Wilkins - Rank: 12th, 4th (Source)
- The Eagles are really doing their homework on running back prospects, as they should. Jay Ajayi and Darren Sproles are set to be free agents. Philly needs to make a serious effort to fix this position.
- The Eagles also met with Sills and Howard at the Senior Bowl. They met with Brailford at the Shrine Game.
- Wilkins is my guess for the Eagles’ first-round selection. He didn’t absolutely kill the Combine; maybe that allows him to fall to Philly’s pick.