What Should The Eagles Do With 32nd Overall Pick In NFL Draft?
Thanks to winning Super Bowl 52, the Philadelphia Eagles hold the final pick of the First Round of the 2018 NFL Draft but they are without their Second Round Pick in 2018 as that was sent to Cleveland apart of the deal that got the Eagles the opportunity to draft Carson Wentz. Since the Eagles are without any Second and Third Round picks for the 2018 NFL Draft, should Howie Roseman stay at 32nd Overall or use that pick to trade down to gain picks they are lacking?
The Sporting News NFL Writer Vinnie Iyer joined Josh Hennig on Wednesday with his perspective on what the Eagles should do in the 2018 NFL Draft:
“Well the beauty of the Eagles right now is, first, they’re Super Bowl champs so that takes a lot of pressure off but second they are not deficient at too many positions here, they are pretty deep….They can go anywhere they want, they can go best player available; In a lot of Mock Drafts, including my own, now have (Running Back) Derrius Guice going there from LSU, that’s a pretty nice addition for the champs when you lose LeGarrette Blount in Free Agency. So I think they’ll probably stand pat (at 32nd overall)...and get a very good, special player at number 32.”
Checkout what Iyer had to say about what non-Quarterback prospects to keep an eye on in the 2018 NFL Draft, what General Managers are the best of finding talent in the later rounds each year, and what teams could make trades on Day One of the NFL Draft