We’ve officially reached draft week, with the first round of the NFL Draft taking place this Thursday night in Las Vegas.
The Eagles still hold multiple picks, but if we know anything about Howie Roseman, that could change at any time.
So what could the Eagles do with the No. 15 pick? Well, according to ESPN Draft analyst Todd McShay, the buzz he’s hearing from rival NFL executives is that Roseman’s preference would be Alabama wide receiver Jameson Williams.
Several executives I’ve spoken with believe Alabama wide Jameson Williams is the Philadelphia Eagles’ preference at No. 15.
The addition of Williams would pair him with DeVonta Smith, who also went to Alabama. However, the duo hasn’t played with Williams playing his first two seasons with Ohio State before landing with the Crimson Tide, but they could form an exciting and dynamic duo and give Jalen Hurts another weapon on offense.
Williams projects to be an explosive playmaker in the slot, who has averaged 19.9 yards per reception in 2021.
He is coming back and recovering from an ACL injury ahead of the draft, so the hsi’s availability for the start of the season would be in doubt.
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