23. Philadelphia Eagles (via Indianapolis Colts): Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas
Back on the clock for the third time in this draft is the Philadelphia Eagles who are set to get a No. 1 pick from the Indianapolis Colts. They traded them their former starting quarterback and the stipulation in the trade stated that Indy would give up their first pick if Carsons Wentz played in 75 percent of the snaps — or if he played in 70 percent and they made the playoffs.
Recently, Wentz was placed on the COVID reserve list but that shouldn’t affect the trade as the Eagles should still get their third pick in the opening round.
With all that being said, they now target Treylon Burks with the 23rd selection. That would pair the 6-foot-3 Burks with DeVonta Smith, giving Jalen Hurts two top-tier wideouts to work with.
24. Buffalo Bills: Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida
Tre’Davious White has been carrying the load at cornerback for the Buffalo Bills, which became evident when he was lost for the season. Now, the Bills decide to get him some help as they add Kaiir Elam from Florida with their first-round pick.
Buffalo has been one of the fast-rising teams as of late thanks in large part to their offensive additions. Now, they continue to build up their defense in an effort to remain atop the AFC East.