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Eagles projected to have 10 picks in the 2020 NFL Draft, including No. 21 overall

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Looking ahead to late April.

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The 2020 NFL Draft order has been updated now that the wild card round of the 2020 NFL playoffs is over. With the Philadelphia Eagles losing on Sunday (sorry for the reminder), we know where they’ll be picking.

The Eagles own the No. 21 overall pick in this year’s draft. That’s just one of their 10 total projected selections.

EAGLES 2020 NFL DRAFT PICKS

1 - Eagles’ own pick

2 - Eagles’ own pick

3 - Eagles’ own pick

3 - Projected compensatory pick (Nick Foles)

4 - Eagles’ own pick

4 - Projected compensatory pick (Jordan Hicks)

4 - Projected compensatory pick (Golden Tate)

5 - Eagles’ own pick

5 - Acquired from the New England Patriots

6 - Acquired from the Atlanta Falcons

Note that the projected comp picks (via Over The Cap) won’t be official until the NFL announces them at some point in mid-to-late February. OTC’s track record is pretty accurate, though.

We’re also assuming the Eagles are sending their 2020 sixth-round pick and not their 2020 fifth-round pick to the Chicago Bears in exchange for Jordan Howard. Exact conditions on that pick were never revealed.

For context purposes, here’s a look at the No. 21 overall pick from the last 10 drafts:

2019 - S Darnell Savage

2018 - C Billy Price

2017 - LB Jarrad Davis

2016 - WR Will Fuller

2015 - OT Cedric Ogbuehi

2014 - S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix

2013 - TE Tyler Eifert

2012 - DE Chandler Jones

2011 - DT Phil Taylor

2010 - TE Jermaine Gresham

Four of those 10 picks made at least one Pro Bowl: Clinton-Dix, Eifert, Jones, and Gresham. There’s definitely talent to be had at No. 21.

This year’s class is supposed to be loaded at wide receiver, which is a huge need for the Eagles. That could (and probably should) be the direction the team goes in.

Here’s a look at the entire 2020 NFL Draft order as it currently stands.

1 - Cincinnati Bengals
2 - Washington
3 - Detroit Lions
4 - New York Giants
5 - Miami Dolphins
6 - Los Angeles Chargers
7 - Carolina Panthers
8 - Arizona Cardinals
9 - Jacksonville Jaguars
10 - Cleveland Browns
11 - New York Jets
12 - Las Vegas Raiders
13 - Indianapolis Colts
14 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
15 - Denver Broncos
16 - Atlanta Falcons
17 - Dallas Cowboys
18 - Miami Dolphins (via Pittsburgh Steelers)
19 - Las Vegas Raiders (via Chicago Bears)
20 - Jacksonville Jaguars (via Los Angeles Rams)
21 - Philadelphia Eagles
22 - Buffalo Bills
23 - New England Patriots
24 - New Orleans Saints
25 through 32 - TBD