One of the top offensive linemen in this year's NFL Draft, Troy Fautanu, met with the Philadelphia Eagles following his University of Washington pro day on Thursday, reports NFL Draft Analyst Tony Pauline.

The Eagles are in the market for a new starting right guard with Jason Kelce retiring and 2023 starter Cam Jurgens likely moving over to play center. Fautanu was a college left tackle but has the athletic ability and versatility to play all five spots across the offensive line.

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Worth noting per NFL Draft writer Devin Jackson of the Philadelphia Inquire, Eagles offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland worked with Fautanu at the NFL Draft Combine and seemed to be enamored with what he saw.

Fautanu measured in at 6-foot-4 and 317 pounds, and can play all five spots across the offensive line making him a good candidate to be plugged into the Eagles' vacant right guard spot.

ESPN NFL Draft analyst Jordan Reid noted that many scouts raved about Fautanu at the NFL Combine back in March.

"One name that has every scout and executive buzzing after the combine was Troy Fautanu of Washington," said Reid. "There are some questions if he is a tackle or guard at the next level."

Reid noted that he would want him to play tackle because of his athleticism and footwork. He said he could see him going as high as No. 12 overall to Denver and as low as No. 24 to Dallas.

"But Troy Fautanu is one name that has everybody buzzing right now," Reid added.

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