Day 3 – 2020 Draft Preview

Posted: April 25th, 2020 | Author: | Filed under: Philadelphia Eagles | 1 Comment »

Relax. Take a deep breath. Let’s move on from yesterday and think about Day 3 of the 2020 Draft. The Eagles have five picks today and there is still plenty of talent on the board.

Here are my top players left on the board.

OT Prince Tega Wanogho – Auburn
WR Gabriel Davis – UCF
DT James Lynch – Baylor
LB Akeem Davis-Gaither – Appalachian State
OT Saadhiq Charles – LSU
RB Anthony McFarland – Maryland
OC Nick Harris – Washington
CB Bryce Hall – Virginia
S Geno Stone – Iowa
CB Reggie Robinson – Tulsa
S K’Von Wallace – Clemson
OT Jack Driscoll – Auburn
CB Amik Robertson – Louisiana Tech
OT Ben Bartch – St. John’s
OG Ben Bredeson – Michigan
OG John Simpson – Clemson
OC Tyler Biadasz – Wisconsin
DE Alton Robinson – Syracuse
DT Leki Fotu – Utah
CB Darnay Holmes – UCLA
CB Troy Pride – Notre Dame
TE Albert Okwuegbunam – Missouri

Let’s talk about areas the Eagles could address.

WR – They added a speedster in Reagor. I’d love to see them get a bigger guy, but there aren’t many left. They could add another speedy playmaker. That wouldn’t be the worst thing in the world.

RB – There are still several good options. I’d prefer a runner in the 215-220 pound range. They could wait and go for a UDFA. They don’t have to spend a pick to add a talented runner.

TE – I would prefer to make this a position to address with a UDFA, but the Eagles may have a high grade on someone and go for him.

OL – Plenty of talent left here. I’m real curious to see if they go T, G, or C. They could add a pair of blockers if the value is right.

DE – Good options left here as well.

DT – I like Lynch and Robert Windsor quite a bit. Not a position of need, though.

LB – Part of me would love to see them get Akeem Davis-Gaither and having another speedy LB for the middle of the defense.

S – I think the Eagles need to add one.

CB – Lots of talent left here. I expect the Eagles to add one.


My ideal scenario for the day.

4 – WR Gabriel Davis – UCF
4 – CB Amik Robertson – Louisiana Tech
4 – S Grayland Arnold – Baylor
5 – OT Charlie Heck – UNC
6 – DE Derrek Tuszka – North Dakota State

Davis would give the Eagles a WR with some size and good hands.

Robertson is the kind of CB that Jim Schwartz loves.

Arnold was a CB at Baylor, but he only runs 4.65. He has terrific ball skills and is quite a playmaker. He could be a natural at safety.

Heck played LT in college and has the size/skill to play there in the NFL. Could be a good swing tackle.

Tuszka has size and athleticism. He also has a great motor. He would be great value in the 6th round.


Here is my breakdown of players by position.


Anthony McFarland – Maryland
Joshua Kelley – UCLA
DeeJay Dallas – Miami
Rico Dowdle – South Carolina
La’Mical Perine – Florida
Sewo Olonilua – TCU
Salvon Ahmed – Washington
Javon Leake – Maryland


Gabriel Davis – UCF
Quartney Davis – Texas A&M
Tyler Johnson – Minnesota
John Hightower – Boise State
Darnell Mooney – Tulane
K.J. Hill – Ohio State
Quez Watkins – Southern Miss
Donovan Peoples-Jones – Michigan
Antonio Gandy-Golden – Liberty
Isaiah Hodgins – Oregon State
Isaiah Coulter – Rhode Island
James Proche – SMU
Collin Johnson – Texas
Quintez Cephus – Wisconsin


Albert Okwuegbunam – Missouri
Harrison Bryant – Florida Atlantic
Sean McKeon – Michigan
Colby Parkinson – Stanford
Jared Pinkney – Vanderbilt
Stephen Sullivan – LSU


Prince Tega Wanogho – Auburn
Saadhiq Charles – LSU
Jack Driscoll – Auburn
Ben Bartch – St. John’s
Charlie Heck – UNC
Trey Adams – Washington
Cameron Clark – Charlotte


Ben Bredeson – Michigan
John Simpson – Clemson
Logan Stenberg – Kentucky
Kevin Dotson – Louisiana-Lafayette
Hakeem Adeniji – Kansas
Calvin Throckmorton – Oregon
Jon Runyan Jr – Michigan
Netane Muti – Fresno State
Cordel Iwuagwu – TCU
Kyle Murphy – Rhode Island


Nick Harris – Washington
Tyler Biadasz – Wisconsin
Darryl Williams – Mississippi State
Jake Hanson – Oregon
Keith Ismael – San Diego State
Justin Herron – Wake Forest



Alton Robinson – Syracuse
Bradlee Anae – Utah
Jason Strowbridge – UNC
Derrek Tuszka – North Dakota State
Kenny Willekes – Michigan State
Curtis Weaver – Boise State
Trevis Gipson – Tulsa
James Smith-Williams – NC State
LaDarius Hamilton – North Texas
Tipa Galeai – Utah State


James Lynch – Baylor
Leki Fotu – Utah
Robert Windsor – Penn State
Khalil Davis – Nebraska
Raequan Williams – Michigan State
Larrell Murchison – NC State
Benito Jones – Ole Miss
Broderick Washington – Oklahoma State
Darrion Daniels – Nebraska


Akeem Davis-Gaither – Appalachian State
Markus Bailey – Purdue
Troy Dye – Oregon
Carter Coughlin – Minnesota
Khaleke Hudson – Michigan
Justin Strnad – Wake Forest
Joe Bachie – Michigan State
Azur Kamara – Kansas
Jordan Mack – Virginia
Evan Weaver – Cal
Mykal Walker – Fresno State


Geno Stone – Iowa
K’Von Wallace – Clemson
Brian Cole – Mississippi State
Grayland Arnold – Baylor
Antoine Brooks – Maryland
Josh Metellus – Michigan
Jaylinn Hawkins – Cal
L’Jarius Sneed – Louisiana Tech
Chris Miller – Baylor
Alohi Gilman – Notre Dame
J.R. Reed – Georgia
Jordan Fuller – Ohio State
Myles Bryant – Washington


Bryce Hall – Virginia
Reggie Robinson – Tulsa
Darnay Holmes – UCLA
Amik Robertson – Louisiana Tech
Troy Pride – Notre Dame
John Reid – Penn State
Javaris Davis – Auburn
Kindle Vildor – Georgia Southern
Josiah Scott – Michigan State
Dane Jackson – Pitt
Parnell Motley – Oklahoma
Luqman Barcoo – San Diego State
Nevelle Clarke – UCF
BoPete Keyes – Tulane


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