My Editor (Liam Jenkins) will probably kill me for this, but lets get to the point! Here are some players that could really interest the Eagles this weekend. Round 1: Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio State: To this point, Lattimore, has been considered the best Corner in the Draft (After Sidney Jones). So the chances of […]Read more "Salter’s Seven Round Eagles Mock Draft 4.0: A best case scenario in the first round"
The last time we spoke to former Texas-Tech Red Raider, Tyler Scalzi, he had just begun his journey in this years Draft process. A little known prospect from a well known program, Tyler found himself on a new road in life, one that would eventually be filled with more ups than downs, a hectic media […]Read more "Eagles Draft: Catching up with one of this years most versatile prospects, TE Tyler Scalzi"
Here we are, under a week away from the 2017 NFL Draft, set to be hosted in the beautiful city of Philadelphia. To this point, the rumors have swirled about who the Eagles love and who they aren’t so interested in. Every football fan in America has his or her own Mock completed and are […]Read more "Three late round wide receiver prospects who could interest Eagles"
Towson University, Wideout Christian Summers, is big (6’3, 217 lbs), he is quicker than fast, (4.59) and he’s strong (24 reps of 225). His work ethic on and off the field, and leadership can be compared to that of WR Jordan Matthews, of the Philadelphia Eagles. When you look at his measurable, his skill set, […]Read more "Eagles Draft: Small School Sleeper Profile: WR Christian Summers"
One thing stands out when studying prospects for the 2017 NFL Draft. No matter the size of the school they play at, be it a Florida State, North Dakota State, or a Division 3 school, they always seem to be a big Fish in a small Pond. Not to say the players around them, or […]Read more "Eagles Draft: Small School Sleeper Profile: LB Najee Harris"
Kordell Stewart, Antwaan Randle El, Ronald Butler. What do these players have in common? They’re not just football players, they are great athletes. In the Football world, the term athlete, isn’t just used to describe an exceptional player. Sometimes, it is used when a prospect is so exceptional, that a team pencils him in for two or […]Read more "Eagles Draft: Small School Sleeper Profile: Ronald Butler"
Size? 6’2, 215 LB’s. Speed? 4.59 40-yard dash. Skill set? Plays both the inside and outside receiver position. Adds value as a special teams ace. When studying a prospect these are the things you look for in a wideout. Great size, good speed, and versatility. Delaware State University’s Aris Scott checks all the boxes, with […]Read more "Eagles Draft: Small School Sleeper Profile: WR Aris Scott"
When you think Texas Tech University, you think air raid, you think thousands of yards through the air and tons of points. You rarely think defense when talking Red Raiders, especially with all the news and media time being spent on 1st round draft hopeful, QB Patrick Mahomes. It would be hard to find a defensive […]Read more "Eagles Draft: Big school hidden gems: LB/FB Luke Stice"
Every once in a while, we will come across a prospect with that “IT” factor. No one can really put their finger on what “it” really is, but for some reason, you just know when a player has it. It could be his play on the field as a difference maker and dominant force. It may be […]Read more "Eagles Draft: Small School Sleeper Profile: S Deshawntee Gallon"
Todays Small School prospect, Trevin Huff, is not going to tell you what he is capable of. He will not get into the locker room screaming and yelling, trying to get his team pumped up. What OG Trevin Huff lacks in overall “RaRa mentality”, he definitely makes up for, with pure talent and determination. We sat […]Read more "Eagles Draft: Small School Sleeper Profile: OL Trevin Huff"