After trading up to select TE Dallas Goedert in the second round, the Eagles have picks in the fourth round (125, 130), one in the sixth (206) and one in the seventh (250).
Here are 10 prospects — in no particular order — that could interest the Eagles in Rounds 4-7.
Nyheim Hines, RB, NC State (drafted by Colts*)
Hines is undersized but explosive. He was strong in the running game but also excelled as a pass catcher and returner. A Darren Sproles-like skill set.
Bo Scarbrough, RB, Alabama
Scarbrough would be an ideal LeGarrette Blount replacement. He’s a power back but he’s also explosive at the second level. Injuries are a concern.
John Kelly, RB, Tennessee (drafted by Rams*)
Kelly is the back that bridges the gap. He’s a little undersized (216 pounds) but can run between the tackles and help in the passing game. He’s an ideal committee back.
Will Richardson, OT, NC State (drafted by Jaguars*)
Richardson has all the traits you like, including a nasty streak. His technique will fail him at times and there are character concerns.
Equanimeous St. Brown, WR, Notre Dame
Aside from having the coolest name ever, St. Brown has a great size and speed combo. Was his lack of production (33 catches last season) because of poor QB play or a sign of something bigger?
Desmond Harrison, OT, West Georgia
Harrison dominated at his level, but struggled with technique and comes into the draft a little light (292 pounds) for a tackle. He’s a project for sure but one worth taking on in the sixth round.
Deon Cain, WR, Clemson (drafted by Colts*)
Cain has great size, speed and is a strong route runner. His issue is with his concentration level, which caused drops and false start penalties.
Shaquem Griffin, LB/DB, UCF (drafted by Seahawks*)
Griffin isn’t just a great story, this kid was a beast at UCF. He lacks a true position but is a tremendous athlete and plays with an edge.
Natrell Jamerson, DB, Wisconsin (drafted by Saints*)
Jamerson plays fast and physical. Converted from WR, he has experience as a slot CB and also at safety. He crushed the combine (4.40 40, 25 reps) and will contribute on special teams immediately.
Richie James, WR, Middle Tennessee State
James is small (5-foot-8) but he’s explosive and was incredibly productive at MTSU. He also ran the wildcat and showed ability as a runner. A broken collarbone suffered during his junior season is the only reason he slips to the later rounds.
Jeremy Reaves, DB, South Alabama
Reaves is extremely instinctual, physical and versatile. He falls because his workout numbers were just OK and his level of competition.