With the 145th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles select ... Auburn offensive lineman Jack Driscoll!
Driscoll has experience playing at both left guard and right tackle. He projects as a developmental backup offensive lineman for the Eagles. Philly had a need for some more offensive line depth after losing Halapoulivaati Vaitai in free agency.
Scouting report via NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein:
There will be teams who scratch Driscoll off their lists completely due to a lack of length and play strength, but zone-scheme teams who covet athleticism over brawn might take a look. He will need to add real mass and muscle in order to have a shot. His athleticism shouldn’t be overstated, but he does have range as a run blocker and in pass protection. Driscoll has some pass protection ability that can be further cultivated, but he’s scheme limited as a run blocker. His short arms could cause teams to view him as a developmental guard with tackle value in a pinch.
Spider graph via Mockdraftable:
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