The Eagles have the NFL’s top offensive line after leading the entire league in rushing, and a major key to that yearly dominance can be found in Howie Roseman stockpiling depth and talent.
Philadelphia has future Hall of Famers on the roster with right tackle Lane Johnson and center Jason Kelce, along with Jordan Mailata and Landon Dickerson.
Jack Driscoll is a talented find from the 2020 class, Andre Dillard is still a talented first-round backup, and Isaac Seumalo will be returning to the roster after missing the bulk of the 2021 campaign with an injury.
The Eagles also have solid reserves in Sua Opeta, Nate Herbig, Le’Raven Clark, and Brett Toth, as well.
The expectation is that Philadelphia will address the defense and wide receiver position early on, but if the Eagles continue their motto of building from the inside, there are several talented guards available in all seven rounds.
Johnson is a road-grader who can play center while excelling at guard, and he’d immediately step in for the retired Brandon Brooks.
A three-year starter who entered Texas A&M as the top overall recruit in Texas and a 5-star offensive tackle, Green lived up to the billing, logging 35 career starts at guard.
A tackle at UCLA who’ll transition well to guard in the NFL, Rhyan is physically ready for the show, standing 6’5″, 320-pounds, with a large, burly frame, and a massive lower body.
A tone-setting, 2nd-team All Big-12 selection, Hayes has 36 career starts at left guard for the vaunted Sooners offense.
A rugged and nasty right guard, Salyer set the pace for Georgia’s national championship offensive line.
A talented right guard who is SEC tested, Hines would be a natural fit in Philadelphia’s power-based rushing attack.
West would help out the Eagles’ run game with his zone-blocking ability at the second level.
A massive player for his position at 6’6″, 320 pounds, Munford plays with leverage and an elite wingspan that allows him to play with power in the running game.