The Philadelphia Eagles have selected a wide receiver in the first, second and third rounds the past two drafts, plus added Ruben Randle, Chris Givens and T.J Graham in free agency - but could still look to add to the position during the draft.

According to NFL insider Aaron Wilson, the Eagles have worked out Cal Bears product Kenny Lawler.

The receiver has also been worked out by the Saints, Falcons, Cowboys, and Colts.

Lawler spent three seasons in Berkeley playing with Jared Goff, the duo connected on 143 passes for 1,706 yards and 27 touchdowns, including 13 as a junior. Over his last three games he tallied 26 catches for 534 yards and five scores.

The 6-foot-3, 195 pound wide-out was clocked at 4.63 seconds in the 40-yard dash at the CAL pro day and is the 14th rated wide out in this years class by Draftcountdown.com.

Lawler is projected to be picked in the second or third round of the draft, the Eagles do not have a second round selection, sending it to Los Angels in the Sam Bradford trade. The Eagles drafted former CAL wide receiver DeSean Jackson in the second round of the 2008 draft.