19. Philadelphia Eagles: Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas
With their third pick in this first round, the Philadelphia Eagles finally add an offensive weapon as they select Arkansas wideout Treylon Burks. Unlike many of the other receivers in this class, Burks didn’t have a lot of success this weekend. No, he wasn’t terrible but he was average. injust about all of his testing.
Even with that being the case, the 225-pound wideout did enough during his collegiate career to prove he deserves a spot in Round 1. For the Eagles, he could be a great fit as a big-bodied target on the opposite side of the field as DeVonta Smith. A solid on-two punch could be just what Jalen Hurts needs to take his next step as a quarterback.
20. Pittsburgh Steelers: Trevor Penning, OT, Northern Iowa
Trevor Penning is considered a bit of a mauler and is called a throwback player by many scouts. He has an edge to him when he plays and it’s hard to find a team where that fits better than the Pittsburgh Steelers.
In need of a new left tackle, Penning is the choice, and while he didn’t play at a power-five school, he has proven he can hold his own in the Senior Bowl and with some solid drills at the combine.