You know the deal, won't waste your time with paragraphs. No trades, because they're unpredictable. Also, this is based on what I would do if I were each team's GM, not what I think they will do. Let's get it started:
Round 1, Pick 6: Ja'Marr Chase (WR) (LSU)
Height: 6'1" | Weight: 201 lbs | Projected 40 Time: 4.44 secs
I don't think anyone needs reminders as to why Chase is the best pick for the Eagles. They got their speedster last year in Jalen Reagor, who has upside but is clearly not a #1 option. Chase is an all-around great talent with speed, size, and talent to boot. He's shown he can run routes with precision, use his hands to gain leverage, and read defenses. Chase sat out for the 2020 season due to covid concerns, but in 2019 he caught 89 passes for 1780 yards and 20 TDs. He would give the Eagles a true offensive weapon to build around.
NFL Comparison: Davante Adams
Round 2, Pick 37: Greg Newsome II (CB) (Northwestern)
NFL Comparison: Kyle Fuller
Round 3, Pick 70: Chazz Surratt (LB) (North Carolina)
Height: 6'2" | Weight: 227 lbs | Projected 40 Time: 4.62 secs
Chazz Surratt is a former Tarheel starting QB, now stud linebacker, who knows how to read offenses and assign coverages. In 2019, he was selected 1st Team All-ACC, and runner up ACC DPOY, with 115 tackles, 15 tackles for loss, 6.5 sacks, and 1 INT. In 2020, as a more coverage-focused player, he recorded 91 tackles, 7.5 tackles for loss, 6 sacks, and 1 INT. Surratt is an ideal pursuit-style 4-3 outside linebacker, who brings value on every down, with upside in coverage.
NFL Comparison: Darius Leonard
Round 3, Pick 84: Brevin Jordan (TE) (Miami)
Height: 6'4" | Weight: 245 lbs | Projected 40 Time: 4.65 secs
The the probability of a Zach Ertz trade on the horizon, the Eagles will now look to improve at the tight end position, given the lack of talent behind Dallas Goedert. Brevin Jordan is a talented weapon, who was used all over the formation in the Canes offense. He brings an exciting blend of size and athleticism, with fluid route running, precise hands, and competitive blocking. Jordan had 38 catches, for 576 yards, and 7 TDs for a 15.8 YPC in 2020. He will need to learn a full NFL route tree, and add more functional strength to block at the next level, but he could be a dangerous weapon if used correctly.
NFL Comparison: Jared Cook
Round 5, Pick 151: Joshuah Bledsoe (S) (Missouri)
Height: 6'0" | Weight: 200 lbs | Projected 40 Time: 4.58 secs
The Eagles have some decisions to make at the safety position. Rodney McLeod is signed through the 2021 season, and was playing well until he suffered a torn ACL vs New Orleans in week 14. Jalen Mills transitioned from outside corner to safety, his natural position in college, and was solid yes unspectacular. K'Von Wallace was drafted in the 4th round as ready contributor in the 3rd safety role, but struggled when forced into play time. Bledsoe is a versatile hybrid defender who can drop down into the box, play in the nickel, or line up in the slot. He has the athleticism to play single-high, but has taken sparing reps there. Bledsoe had a nice season for Mizzou in 2020, including a game-saving pass breakup versus Clemson. He projects as a team's 3rd safety, featured in the d-gap/slot with upside to start.
NFL Comparison: Duron Harmon
Round 5, Pick 157: Jack Anderson (G) (Texas Tech)
Height: 6'5" | Weight: 309 lbs | Projected 40 Time: 5.30 secs
Round 6, Pick 191: Jermar Jefferson (RB) (Oregon State)
Height: 5'10" | Weight: 215 lbs | Projected 40 Time: 4.57 secs
Round 6, Pick 220: Alaric Jackson (OT) (Iowa)
Height: 6'6" | Weight: 318 lbs | Projected 40 Time: 5.35 secs
The Eagles have good depth at offensive tackle, despite some trade rumors surrounding 2019 1st round pick Andre Dillard. Aussie product Jordan Mailata looks like a possible starter, or swing tackle, and 2020 6th round pick Jack Driscoll can play every position on the line not named center. That said, more depth is not always a bad thing. Alaric Jackson comes out of an offensive line factory at Iowa, and while his upside might have plateaued in college, he's an experienced 4 year starter, who can immediately contribute as a utility backup.
NFL Comparison: David Edwards
Round 7, Pick 228: Carlo Kemp (DT) (Michigan)
Height: 6'3" | Weight: 286 lbs | Projected 40 Time: 4.80 secs
Fletcher Cox and Javon Hargrave are the starters at defensive tackle for the Eagles for the next few years. Hassan Ridgeway also projects to return as the 3rd option. Carlo Kemp didn't plaster the stat sheet, but he lined up from every position on the defensive line, showcasing the ability to create pressure and defend against the run. He needs to gain weight for the NFL, but he projects as a viable interior pass rush specialist.
NFL Comparison: Caraun Reid