15. Philadelphia Eagles (via Miami Dolphins): Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia
This season ended up being a pretty good one for the Philadelphia Eagles who rebounded from a slow start and still made the postseason. Making things even better for them going into the offseason is the fact that both teams they made trades with to secure first-round picks in this 202 NFL Draft failed to make it to the playoffs.
That landed them the No. 15 pick from the Miami Dolphins which will be followed by the 16th pick they got from the Indianapolis Colts for Carson Wentz. With their first pick, they land one of the biggest playmakers in the class as they take Nakobe Dean from Georgia.
Defense was the key for the Bulldogs as they won the National Championship and Dean became a household name during that run. For Philly, they can use someone like this on their defense as they look to remain competitive in the NFC East.
16. Philadelphia Eagles (via Indianapolis Colts): Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State
Now, the Eagles go to the offensive side of the ball as they use the Colts draft pick on Chris Olave from Ohio State. They added DeVonta Smith in the 2021 draft and he proved to be a capable playmaker. Now, they add Olave who would be an excellent No. 2 receiver. It would also allow them to move on from Jalen Reagor who has been quite the disappointment.