Philadelphia Eagles 7-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Terrion Arnold Lands in the City of Brotherly Love, Eagles Select Another Georgia Bulldog

After a chaotic start to the offseason, the Philadelphia Eagles are ready for the 2024 NFL Draft. Who will the team select in the latest seven-round mock draft?

The 2024 NFL Draft is almost here, and after a busy offseason, the Philadelphia Eagles can take the roster to another level with the right selections in this year’s event.

In recent years, Eagles general manager Howie Roseman has shown a consistent willingness to trade up in the first round.

Therefore, I replaced Roseman in Philadelphia’s front office and used the Pro Football Network Mock Draft Simulator to put together a 7-round 2024 NFL Draft Mock Draft for the Eagles.

Eagles 7-Round 2024 NFL Mock Draft

Round 1, Pick 16 (From SEA): Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

Trade: The Eagles receive picks 16, 81, and 192 in the 2024 NFL Draft; the Seahawks receive picks 22, 50, and 171.

Darius Slay and James Bradberry are currently projected to start at outside cornerback for the Eagles in 2024. While Slay is still playing at a relatively high level, Bradberry’s production fell off a cliff last season. Second-year cornerback Kelee Ringo could compete with Bradberry for the spot, yet the Eagles are lacking that long-term answer at the position.

There are plenty of rumors suggesting that Roseman is looking to trade up in the first round for a cornerback. While some have pointed to Toledo’s Quinyon Mitchell, I went in another direction with this selection.

Alabama cornerback Terrion Arnold is nearly two years younger than Mitchell and visited Philadelphia on a 30 visit, which has proven to be a strong tell of the team’s interest in recent years.

Round 2, Pick 53: Edgerrin Cooper, LB, Texas A&M

Linebacker has been an issue in Philadelphia for years, as fans continue to beg the franchise to invest significant assets into the position.

Nakobe Dean battled injuries last season, and Devin White only signed a one-year deal with the Eagles this offseason. This means Roseman could look to make a notable, long-term investment at linebacker early in the 2024 NFL Draft.

Similar to Arnold, Texas A&M linebacker Edgerrin Cooper also had a 30 visit to Philadelphia.

Cooper is widely regarded as one of the best linebackers in this year’s draft class due to his combination of size, athleticism, and ability to rush the passer. Given the uncertainty at linebacker in Philadelphia, he would provide the franchise with a long-term answer to one of the team’s biggest questions.

Round 3, Pick 81 (From SEA): Javon Bullard, S, Georgia

While the Eagles reunited with C.J. Gardner-Johnson this offseason, Philadelphia could still use help at safety. Reed Blankenship proved to be a capable starter last season, but his ceiling is relatively limited. Meanwhile, Sydney Brown is recovering from a torn ACL, and the Eagles likely won’t want to rush him back.

That means the Eagles could continue their recent streak of selecting former Georgia Bulldogs. Javon Bullard would reunite with several of his former college teammates in Philadelphia while providing a much-needed skill set in the team’s secondary.

Pro Football Network Draft Analyst Ian Cummings discussed Bullard’s skill set in his scouting report.

“For teams in need of a versatile safety with high-end run support ability, value as a nickel defender, and field safety flexibility between two-high and single-high, Bullard is worth early-to-mid Day 2 capital,” Cummings said.

Round 4, Pick 120 (From PIT): Brandon Coleman, OL, TCU

Following Jason Kelce’s retirement, former starting right guard Cam Jurgens is now sliding back over to his natural position. Yet, this leaves a void and uncertainty for Philadelphia at right guard.

Although Tyler Steen and Matt Hennessy could compete for the starting job, the Eagles have shown a ton of interest in this year’s stacked offensive line class.

TCU’s Brandon Coleman, in fact, is a player they hosted on a 30 visit. While Coleman played offensive tackle with the Horned Frogs, many believe his best fit at the next level would be inside at guard.

Eagles offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland loves athletic offensive linemen, and Coleman’s RAS score of 9.97 places him among the most athletic guards in the history of the NFL Draft. He would likely compete for the starting right guard job in 2024.

Round 4, Pick 125 (From TB): MarShawn Lloyd, RB, USC

Trade: The Eagles receive pick 125 in the 2024 NFL Draft; the Buccaneers receive picks 161 and 172.

After signing Saquon Barkley to a massive contract, it’s fair to question if the Eagles will invest a draft pick at the position in the 2024 NFL Draft.

Yet, Lew Nichols III is the only running back besides Barkley who is under contract past 2024. This is exactly why Philadelphia could make a move up for USC’s MarShawn Lloyd.

Lloyd recently had a 30 visit to Philadelphia and even admitted that he grew up as an Eagles fan.

By moving up to select Lloyd, Philadelphia would ensure it has a starting-caliber backup behind one of the team’s biggest investments. Lloyd’s versatility and explosiveness would provide value alongside Barkley as well.

Round 6, Pick 192 (From SEA): Mohamed Kamara, EDGE, Colorado State

After Roseman decided to trade away star pass rusher Haason Reddick, edge defender is certainly a need for the Eagles.

While Bryce Huff is Philadelphia’s top option to replace Reddick, the team could look to add more help at the position in the draft. Josh Sweat, Brandon Graham, and Zack Baun are all on one-year deals heading into 2024.

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Colorado State edge defender Mohamed Kamara is a prospect that Philadelphia has reportedly shown interest in. Eagles senior defensive assistant Jeremiah Washburn even held a private workout with Kamara during the pre-draft process.

While Kamara could slide in the 2024 NFL Draft due to concerns about his size, there is no denying his production on the field, with 45.5 tackles for loss and 29.5 sacks in his career at Colorado State.

Round 6, Pick 210: Ainias Smith, WR, Texas A&M

Despite A.J. Brown’s presence and signing DeVonta Smith to a massive extension, Philadelphia has done its homework on the 2024 WR class, with Eagles wide receivers coach Aaron Moorehead having been spotted at several pro day events during the pre-draft process.

Given Philadelphia’s struggles at the third wide receiver spot last season, the franchise is likely looking for a better option in 2024 and beyond.

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One of the pro days Moorehead attended was at Texas A&M, which is where Ainias Smith showcased his abilities after being limited at the 2024 NFL Combine. Not only did Moorehead attend Smith’s pro day, but the former Aggies WR also had a 30 visit with the Eagles.

Given his ability as a wide receiver, running back, and returner, Smith is an incredibly versatile player and would be a chess piece in Philadelphia’s offense.

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