Eagles Attack Defense Early in 7-Round Post-Combine Mock Draft

Who will the Eagles target in the upcoming NFL Draft?

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Round 5, Pick 170: Javion Cohen, G, Miami

Early in his career, Javion Cohen appeared set to be the next big star along the offensive line for Alabama. He never turned into a game-changer but was a solid and quick blocker in the middle of the line. He then transferred to Miami for his final collegiate season but didn't do much to help his stock.

Cohen put on more weight but it led to less quickness in his game. He did, however, play with some added strength which might help him at the next level. Known more for his run-blocking prowess, Cohen could find a role as a backup for the Eagles with the potential to start down the road.

Round 5, Pick 171: Erick All, TE, Iowa

Dallas Goedert remains a solid tight end who can perform well as a blocker while also impacting the game as a receiver. Behind him, however, the Eagles don't have too many players who have stood out. It's a far cry from the days of Goedert playing behind Zach Ertz.

They don't need to return to that level of depth but Philly needs someone who can step up behind Goedert. That's why they use the very next pick in the draft on Erick All from Iowa.

A hotbed for tight ends, Iowa sends yet another to the pros. All is a physical blocker with misleading stats that don't accurately display his skill as a route runner.