Final Eagles 7-Round Mock Before 2024 NFL Draft

The Eagles cash in on their top three picks in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft
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Round 5, Pick 172: Beaux Limmer, IOL, Arkansas

Jason Kelce is gone and it's going to really hit when the Eagles take the field without him in Week 1.

They can lean on Cam Jurgens, a former second-round pick from Nebraska but need someone to replace him at right guard. Tyler Steen will get a shot but don't rule out Matt Hennessy. If it is Hennessy who takes over, Philadelphia will need more depth at center.

Beaux Limmer from Arkansas provides that — and he played guard as well during his tenure. His versatility could help him find a role as a swing reserve on the interior of the line.

Round 6, Pick 210: Jase McClellan, RB, Alabama

Saquon Barkley was the big offseason move for the Eagles and if it works out, their offense will be vastly improved. He has the talent to be one of the best in the game but the Giants' offensive line did him no favors. He also struggled with durability, missing time in each season other than his rookie campaign.

The injury concerns lead to Philadelphia selecting Jase McClellan from Alabama. He can challenge Kenneth Gainwell for the RB2 job while being a solid RB3 in the worst-case scenario. McClellan isn't flashy but he has very few holes in his game. Adding someone with his skill set isn't a bad way to end the draft.