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Draft Experts Eagles Final Mock Draft 3.0

Updated: May 2, 2019

The day has finally come! 32 players will hear their names called later this evening from Broadway, in Nashville Tennessee. Over the past 24-48 there have been some hot takes and red-hot rumors flying around about potential trades for QB needy teams. Sound familiar? That's because it seemingly happens year in and year out, however this draft is a bit skewed in the fact that there aren't locks as to where players will land. Let's get into it, where the experts believe the Eagles draft, and who they plan on taking.

Daniel Jeremiah NFL Media Analyst with NFL Network

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Clemson | Clelin Ferrell | EDGE | 6'4 264lbs

Ferrell was considered a top 10 or 15 lock well into the mock draft process, and over the past week or so, has seen himself fall. While these mocks seemingly mean nothing, it is worth noting that the individuals putting those together still understand where teams are looking to go. Clelin has the size to play a 4-3 DE in the NFL, and has the traits of a potential star. Sign me up for this pick, possibly even a trade up for this pick.

R.J White with CBS Sports

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NC State | Garrett Bradbury | C/G | 6'3 306 lbs

There are few players that do not make sense for the Eagles, and Bradbury is not one of them. Bradbury will be able to step in week one for the injured Brooks and the team would not miss much of a beat. However, watching Bradbury on film, (we spoke on him before)  he will be drafted to one day replace Kelce at center. If you watch Bradbury, you might think you are watching a bigger Kelce on the field. The athleticism and IQ are both there. This is another pick that I would sign up for and even trade up to get.

Charles Davis NFL Media Analyst with NFL Network

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Mississippi State | Jonathan Abram | S | 5'11 205 lbs

Abram is considered by some to be the best safety prospect in this draft class, ahead of guys like Nasir Adderley, Deionte Thompson and Darnell Savage. Abram will be a perfect fit for the back-end of the Eagles defense. Abram is a great run defender, and plays the nickel linebacker very well. It's easy to see Abram taking over for Jenkins in the coming years, and even playing some this year. With good size and 4.4 speed, Abram has the ability to match up well against any tight ends, playing sideline to sideline.

Cynthia Frelund NFL Network Analytics Expert

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Mississippi State | Jonathan Abram | S | 5'11 205 lbs

The cool part about Cynthia's mock draft, is that it was based solely off of an analytics model. Now, most Phillies fans shudder at the word "analytics" (thanks to Doug P's analytics guy and Gabe Kapler), however, this model gave us a similar result to another expert's mock, Jonathan Abram. Cynthia noted, that "During his time at Mississippi State, Abram had the most positive results of all the safeties in this draft (measured by disruptions to catches and limiting yards after the catch) when asked to defend the slot." Further proving his abilities to take over for Malcolm Jenkins in the future.

Kyle Crabbs with The Draft Network

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Pick 19: Oklahoma | Marquise Brown | WR | 5'9 166 lbs

Crabbs has the Eagles trading up six spots ahead of some WR needy teams to select Hollywood Brown. We have brought up Brown at exhaustion since the preseason, knowing that he would be a potential target for the Eagles. This can very well happen. With the recent rumors of Agholor on the trade block,  and after trading for Desean Jackson, who most believe Brown resembles as a player, this pick does make some sense. Brown is not just a deep ball kind of guy, as he can catch a slant and take it the distance. However, his long-term outlook in the slot becomes a liability. Some of Brown's considered weaknesses such as tracking deep balls can use some polish, and who better to help than Desean Jackson?

Michael Weiss contributor with Philadelphia Eagles Frenzy

Clemson | Clelin Ferrell | EDGE | 6'4 264lbs.

Shout out to The Draft Network for their Mock Draft Machine. Utilizing this tool, I completed a mock draft in minutes. While only selecting for the Eagles, the predictive model selects players for other teams based on needs, and availability. When Ferrell fell to 25, there was no hesitation.


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