The Eagles wrapped up their 2022 NFL Draft class by making five total picks, with three coming on defense and two on offense.

With the draft wrapped up, the Eagles were busy right away, adding multiple undrafted free agents, which the Eagles always seem to find talent in.

Stay up to date with each reported Eagles signing with the Eagles Undrafted Free Agent Tracker.

One name the Eagles have already agreed to bring in is Nevada quarterback Carson Strong, who was projected to be a 4th or 5th round selection, had a tremendous season completing 70% of his passes for 4,186 yards with 36 touchdowns and just eight interceptions on 524 attempts.

While his surgically repaired right knee limits his mobility, many draft experts described him as the best pure passer in this class with a deep ball and his accuracy.

The Eagles took massive defensive tackle Jordan Davis in Round 1 and signed another mountain of a man after the draft, inking Idaho's Noah Elliss.

The commitment was a significant one, giving him $275,000 in guaranteed money.

The 6-foot-5, 330-pounder is a classic run-stopper who made 46 tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss, and had one sack.

Another player they made a big commitment too is Clemson cornerback Mario Goodrich, who signed for a guaranteed $217,000, per Tom Pelissero from NFL Network.

Goodrich had an impressive season for the Tigers, with two interceptions and seven pass breakups to earn first-team All-ACC honors.  He did not allow a TD in 2021 and allowed QB's to complete just 51.2% of their passes when targeting him.

Another undrafted player the Eagles have signed is Oklahoma running back Kennedy Brooks, who totaled 3,529 yards from scrimmage and 31 total touchdowns for the Sooners.

The team also signed Alabama cornerback Josh Jobe, who has been the Crimson Tide's starter the past two seasons, who projects as an outside corner at the NFL level.

The team also added another quarterback, Brown University's E.J. Perry, who was the MVP of the Shrine Bowl this season.

He threw for 3,034 yards with 23 touchdowns and 14 interceptions this season in the Ivy League, completing 66.5% of his passes.

The Eagles have a couple of undrafted players helping out the current roster, including Boston Scott, Nate Herbig, Greg Ward and T.J. Edwards.

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