The Philadelphia Eagles entered the 2020 NFL Draft with eight picks and ended up with 10 new rookies. Here’s an overview of this year’s draft class.
1st - No. 21 - Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU
2nd - No. 53 - Jalen Hurts, QB, Oklahoma
3rd - No. 103 - Davion Taylor, LB, Colorado
4th - No. 127 - K’Von Wallace, S, Clemson
4th - No. 145 - Jack Driscoll, OT, Auburn
5th - No. 168 - John Hightower, WR, Boise State
6th - No. 196 - Shaun Bradley, LB, Temple
6th - No. 200 - Quez Watkins, WR, Southern Miss
6th - No. 210 - Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn
7th - No. 233 - Casey Toohill, DE, Stanford
And here’s a look back at Bleeding Green Nation’s coverage so far for each individual pick.
Immediate contributor at wide receiver who can help the Eagles be more explosive. Could also be the primary punt returner.
NFL Draft Results: Eagles select Jalen Reagor with pick No. 21
Reactions to the Eagles drafting Jalen Reagor in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft
Howie Roseman, Doug Pederson explain why the Eagles drafted Jalen Reagor
Jalen Reagor is very excited to play with Carson Wentz
ESPN categorizes the Eagles drafting Jalen Reagor as a “head-scratching move”
NFL Draft Grades: Eagles earn mixed reviews for selecting Jalen Reagor in the first round
CeeDee Lamb, Jalen Reagor and Justin Jefferson will be linked in Eagles history forever
Analyzing the Eagles’ selection of Jalen Reagor
With the Jalen Reagor selection, the Eagles prioritize the need for speed
Jalen Reagor has his Eagles jersey number in mind
Jalen Reagor’s college stats could’ve looked significantly better if not for TCU’s quarterback struggles
No. 2 quarterback behind Carson Wentz. And maybe he’ll immediately contribute in a Taysom Hill kind of role?
NFL Draft Results: Eagles pick quarterback Jalen Hurts at No. 53
Howie Roseman, Doug Pederson explain the Eagles picking Jalen Hurts in the second round
EMERGENCY ROUNDTABLE: Reacting to the Eagles drafting Jalen Hurts in the second round
Jalen Hurts doesn’t know what his role will be with the Eagles
Struggling to make sense of the Eagles drafting Jalen Hurts
Why did the Eagles pick Jalen Hurts?
Adam Schefter cites the coronavirus pandemic while explaining why the Eagles drafted Jalen Hurts
NFL Draft Grades: Analyzing the Eagles’ Day 2 picks
Raw, developmental linebacker who could end up being a role player in addition to helping out on special teams. Might eventually be a starter.
NFL Draft Results: Eagles pick Davion Taylor at No. 103
Howie Roseman, Doug Pederson explain why the Eagles drafted Davion Taylor
Davion Taylor is eager to learn and says he fits in perfectly with the Eagles’ defensive scheme
Rounding up reactions to the Eagles’ Day 2 picks in the 2020 NFL Draft
Versatile defensive back who has the chance to contribute as a role player but might just be a backup at first.
NFL Draft Results: Eagles pick K’Von Wallace at No. 127
K’Von Wallace already loves Eagles fans
Listed at offensive tackle by the Eagles but played guard and spent effort learning the center position. Versatile backup.
NFL Draft Results: Eagles pick Jack Driscoll at No. 145
Jack Driscoll is eager to continue developing on the Eagles
Not a pure burner but he’s fast and will have a chance to compete for a fifth or sixth receiver spot.
NFL Draft Results: Eagles pick John Hightower at No. 168
Could earn a roster spot by standing out on special teams and providing linebacker depth.
NFL Draft Results: Eagles pick Shaun Bradley at No. 196
Speedy deep threat who, like Hightower, will compete for a fifth or sixth receiver spot.
NFL Draft Results: Eagles pick Quez Watkins at No. 200
PRINCE TEGA WANOGHO
Has the potential to be the Eagles’ backup left tackle if he can stay healthy. Plus, Andre Dillard bust insurance.
NFL Draft Results: Eagles pick Prince Tega Wanogho at No. 210
Tweener who might be able to develop into a backup.
NFL Draft Results: Eagles pick Casey Toohill at No. 233
The Eagles ultimately traded picks No. 146 and No. 190 into ... No. 196, No. 200, No. 210, No. 233, a 2021 fifth-round pick from the Dallas Cowboys, and Marquise Goodwin.
The Eagles obviously aren’t done adding to their roster; they’ll be signing more players in undrafted free agency. Philadelphia has been able to find some UDFA contributors in recent years such as T.J. Edwards, Anthony Rush, Josh Adams, Corey Clement, etc. The hope is that Howie Roseman can find more diamonds in the rough.
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