The NFL Draft season is officially here.

With the Senior Bowl this weekend, NFL teams are in Mobile, Alabama, scouting out the top college football prospects.

We are now under 100 days away, which means it's not too early to start explore and learn more about some of the players that could be available to the Philadelphia Eagles when they pick 20th in the NFL Draft.

As we approach the 2015 NFL Draft, it’s time for to find out more and more about the players who could be helping out the Eagles in 2015. Each week here on 973ESPN.com, I will feature a new a player from positions of need for the Eagles.

Depending on what the Eagles will want to do with their picks in this year’s version of the draft, by that point, I’ll have plenty of players that the Eagles may be interested in - not named Marcus Mariota.

As we hear about names that the Eagles meet with and talk to at the college all-star games, combine and pro days we will find out more about them here.

 

With a heavy emphasis on the secondary, it’s only natural to start with a safety, one of the weaker positions in the 2015 draft.

Drummond, a three-year starter and Michigan State co-captain is also one of the leading tacklers for the Spartans this season. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Height: 6-1
Weight: 202
40-Time: 4.60
Class: SR

From Scott Wright President of Draftcountdown.com on the Sports Bash:

"Kurtis Drummond is one of those guys who does everything pretty well, but nothing necessarily great. I think he is a little bit overrated, I have him as my overrated safety on my overrated/underrated list.  I think he is somewhere in that third to fourth round range. "

Stats:

Year GP TKL PBU INT YDS
2010 RS - - - -
2011 12 13 0 2 34
2012 13 41 4 2 7
2013 14 70 6 4 55
2014
Totals 39 124 10 8 96

Listen to President of Draftcountdown.com Scott Wright talk NFL Draft on the Sports Bash: