2024 NFL Draft

NFL Draft 2024: Eagles prospect visit tracker

Tracking all the Eagles' reported 30 visits leading up to the 2024 NFL Draft.

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With the 2024 NFL Draft set to begin in late April, the Eagles will be allowed to host up to 30 prospects at the NovaCare Complex for a pre-draft visit.

While it doesn’t necessarily mean the Eagles will draft these players — there are plenty of reasons to host prospects — it at least gives us a sense of some interest they’re showing in these players.

As we hear of them, we’ll drop them here:

Decamerion Richardson, CB, Mississippi State: Richardson was a two-year starter at Mississippi State and will likely be a late Day 2, early Day 3 pick. Richardson (6-2, 188 pounds) is a long cornerback who ran a 4.34 in the 49-yard dash at the 2024 combine. (Adam Schefter)

Johnny Wilson, WR, Florida State: The Eagles have spent all offseason adding young, big-bodied receivers and they might not be done yet. Wilson (6-6, 231) spent the last two years at FSU after transferring from Arizona State. He’s tight end sized but played receiver in college. His best year came in 2022 with 43/897/5. (John Clark)

Roger Rosengarten, OT, Washington: Rosengarten (6-5, 308) was the right tackle for Washington, while Troy Fautanu played on the left side. Rosengarten started 28 games at right tackle. He’s an athletic prospect who ran a blazing 4.92 at the combine. He’ll likely be a Day 2 pick. (Justin Melo)

Troy Fautanu, OT, Washington: While Fautanu isn't the biggest prospect (6-4, 317) he has unique ability to move for a man of his size. Fautanu played mostly left tackle in college but also played a bit of guard. There has to be a hope he can play on both sides of the line and could offer the versatility to play any position on the line. (Jordan Schultz)

Andru Phillips, DB, Kentucky: Phillips (5-11, 190) began to play for Kentucky in 2022 and 2023 and his production didn’t jump off the sheet. He didn’t have a single interception but did break up 10 passes in the last two years. But after a strong Senior Bowl and excellent combine, Phillips has been a quick riser, who could end up being a late Day 2 pick or could last until Day 3. (Jake Rabadi

Cooper DeJean, CB, Iowa: After suffering a fractured fibula late in the college football season, DeJean (6-0, 203) didn’t work out at the combine or the Iowa pro day. The likely first-round pick has a solo workout scheduled for April 15. But sometimes it’s worth getting a closer look at players with an injury. DeJean was a corner at Iowa but some him as a versatile player who can also be a safety. (Chase Senior)

Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma: A potential first-round offensive tackle, Guyton (6-8, 322) was the Sooners’ starting right tackle and could represent the future Lane Johnson replacement. (Devin Jackson)

Laiatu Latu, Edge, UCLA: Latu (6-5, 259) might fit a bigger prototype edge rusher the Eagles could find valuable in Vic Fangio’s defense. The big concern with Latu is his medical history; he medically retired in 2021 but came back in 2022 with the Bruins and was very good. Latu was extremely productive at UCLA and has a high NFL ceiling. (Geoff Mosher)

Chop Robinson, Edge, Penn State: This isn’t considered to be a great edge rusher class but the Eagles are doing their homework on the top guys. Robinson (6-3, 254) might not turn into former PSU star Micah Parsons but he has drawn some of those comparisons. Robinson ran a 4.48 and has impressive athleticism that could make him a dangerous NFL player. (Andrew DiCecco)

Christian Mahogany, iOL, Boston College: Mahogany (6-3, 314) was a three-year starter for BC, who projects as a mid-round (possibly Day 2) pick. He tested well athletically and is considered to be a mauler in the run game. (Devin Jackson)

Edgerrin Cooper, LB, Texas A&M: Widely considered one of the top linebackers in this draft, Cooper (6-2, 230) is mostly likely going to be a Round 2 pick but could perhaps sneak into the end of the first round. Cooper was All-SEC in 2023 with 84 tackles, 8 sacks and 17 TFLs. (Ryan Fowler)

Trevin Wallace, LB, Kentucky: While he’s not as polished as some of the linebackers in this class, Wallace has explosive athleticism and would be a really fun mid-to-late-round pick. (Andrew DiCecco)

Marshawn Kneeland, Edge, Western Michigan: Kneeland (6-3, 267) has seemingly been gaining some steam in this pre-draft process. Kneeland had a good showing at the combine and looked good at his pro day too. He is a very good athlete with a ton of upside. (Tony Pauline)

Cooper Beebe, iOL, Kansas State: At Kansas State Beebe (6-3, 322) played left guard, left tackle and right tackle. It looks like he can pretty much play four positions on the line but probably best translates as a guard at the next level. He’s an early-round target who could be a starting guard early. (Ryan Fowler)

Ainias Smith, WR, Texas A&M: A really exciting mid-round options, Smith (5-9, 190) could bring an exciting element to the Eagles’ slot receiver position. He had good production for the Aggies as a receiver and as a return man. He could be a good option to return kicks under the newly adopted NFL rule. (Ryan Fowler)

Zak Zinter, iOL, Michigan: The big offensive lineman from Michigan, Zinter (6-6, 309) is coming back from a fracture of his tibia and fibula in November against Ohio State. He hasn’t been able to work out during the pre-draft process but Zinter started 42 games at Michigan and is a plug-and-play right guard if healthy. (Ryan Fowler)

Travis Glover, OT, Georgia State: Glover (6-6, 323) was a 2023 First-Team All-Sun Belt Conference player and was a five-year starter at Georgia State. A late-round option with size and experience. (Tony Pauline)

Brandon Coleman, OL, TCU: Coleman was a three-year starter at TCU, Coleman (6-4, 313) played guard and tackle in college In 2023, he played seven at left tackle and four at guard and gave up just one sack. (Devin Jackson)

Brenden Rice, WR, USC: The son of Jerry, Brenden Rice (6-2, 208) began his college career at Colorado and finished up at USC. In 2023, he had 45/791/12. (Andrew DiCecco)

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