The Philadelphia Eagles set up a pre-draft visit with Ohio State offensive tackle Paris Johnson, according to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo.

The Eagles have four starters signed, with tackles Jordan Mailata (2026) and Lane Johnson (2027), along with left guard Landon Dickerson (2025) signed for multiple seasons. Center Jason Kelce is also signed for one more season.

One spot that seems to be up-for-grabs, right guard, where 2022 start Isaac Seumalo  was signed away in free agency. Seumalo signed as a free agent to play in Pittsburgh and former first-round pick Andre Dillard is now in Tennessee, leaving the Eagles with less depth along the offensive line.

They did draft Cam Jurgens in the second-round last season to be the replacement at center for Jason Kelce, but he could be plugged into right guard this season. The team also has the versatile Jack Driscoll.

From our buddy Jeff Kerr at CBS Sports:

Philadelphia with the No. 10 and 30 picks is a well positioned to land Johnson if they really want to take him.

The one question will be if both Johnson and Northwestern's Peter Skoronski are available at No. 10 and the Eagles want to take an offensive lineman, which do they prefer?

Johnson has some experience playing both right guard and tackle. Skoronski projects as more of a guard at the NFL level, even though most of his experience is at tackle in college.

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