Philadelphia Eagles: Senior Bowl only 7-Round 2019 mock draft

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With the Senior Bowl now in the rear-view mirror, here are seven prospects who could bolster the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2018 NFL Draft.

Though it may not be the most exciting game of the year, to many fans, the 2019 Reese’s’ Senior Bowl is the start of draft season, a mad dash until the Arizona Cardinals officially go on the clock at 9 pm on April 25th.

For fans in the 215, the game was a great opportunity to scout the next great Philadelphia Eagles draftee, and get in early on a previously known player like, say, Carson Wentz, Brandon Graham, or last season’s second-round pick Dallas Goedert.

With 194 players split over two different squads, labeled North and South, the game could, and did, vault lesser known players up draft boards up across the league, and left other prospects with more questions still to be answered.

Who knows, maybe someone who played in this year’s game will have their number hanging in the rafters of the Linc one day?

But which player from the game would be a solid fit on the Eagles roster? Did anyone really stand out at a position of need, or was there a local product who should remain in the City of Brotherly Love long-term?

With a first, two seconds, a four, fifth, and two sixth-round picks to play with; anything could happen.

Let’s take a look at the 2019 Senior Bowl and identify players who would like great in a midnight green uniform with each of the Philadelphia Eagles seven draft picks.