17. Philadelphia Eagles (via Miami Dolphins): Travon Walker, DE, Georgia
Before the Miami Dolphins, Indianapolis Colts, and Philadelphia Eagles all started to turn their seasons around, it felt as though the Eagles would be on the clock three times before the No. 15 pick in this draft. Since they did all start to win, it’s looking as though they could be making three picks after the top-15, which still gives them plenty of chances to fix their roster.
First up is their selection they got from the Miami Dolphins for their moves ahead of the 2021 Draft. They use this pick to bring in Travon Walker from Georgia who is capable of playing either defensive end or tackle. He would likely line up on the edge for Philly but his ability to move around gives them a wrinkle on defense to employ.
18. Philadelphia Eagles: Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State
Now the Eagles end up with two picks in a row as they are on the clock at No. 18 with their own selection. This time, they take Charles Cross from Mississippi State to improve the play of their offensive line.
Cross is one of the top tackle prospects and feels like another player with the talent to go much higher than this. For the Eagles, it just helps them become much stronger on either side of the line with these two selections.