Originally selected by the Eagles in the first round (21st overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft, Jalen Reagor earned *Sports Illustrated* All-America honors as an all-purpose player in 2019, leading TCU in receptions, yards, and TDs, and finishing as one of two FBS players with multiple punt return TDs. In 2018, Reagor registered the second-most catches (72) and yards (1,061) in Horned Frogs history, while also producing a career-high nine TDs.
Jalen Hurts was selected by the Eagles in the second round (53rd overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft after compiling a 38-4 record as a starter during his career at Oklahoma (2019) and Alabama (2016-18). Hurts finished as the runner-up for the Heisman Trophy in 2019, amassing 5,149 yards of total offense and ranking second among NCAA FBS players in both offensive TDs (53) and passer efficiency rating (191.2), trailing only Joe Burrow in each category.
Davion Taylor was originally selected by the Eagles in the third round (103rd overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft. Taylor played collegiately at Colorado, where he was a team captain and All-Pac-12 honoree. Taylor, who played only one game of high school football due to his religious beliefs, walked on at Coahoma Community College (Clarksdale, MS) before transferring to Colorado as a junior.
Originally selected by the Eagles in the fourth round (127th overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft, K'Von Wallace was a key contributor on two National Championship teams at Clemson. A two-time All-ACC selection and team captain, Wallace recorded 178 tackles, 21 PDs, five INTs, 2.0 sacks, and two FFs in his career with the Tigers. He is also tied for the most games played (59, including 36 starts) in program history.
Jack Driscoll was originally selected by the Eagles in the fourth round (145th overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft. Driscoll, who played at Auburn (2018-19) and UMass (2015-17), started the final 45 games of his collegiate career, which marked the 10th-longest active streak by an FBS offensive lineman. As a senior in 2019, Driscoll was named to the preseason All-SEC second-team by Pro Football Focus and started all 13 games for the Tigers' offense.
John Hightower was selected by the Eagles in the fifth round (168th overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft following a productive two-year career with Boise State. In 2019, Hightower earned All-Mountain West honors as a wide receiver and kick returner after recording a career-high 1,736 all-purpose yards. He also ranked first in the conference with an 18.5-yard receiving average (min. 50 receptions) and led Boise State in receiving yards (943) and receiving TDs (8) that season.
Shaun Bradley was originally selected by the Eagles in the sixth round (196th overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft. A native of Mount Holly, NJ, Bradley was an All-AAC player at Temple University, totaling 256 tackles, 22 TFLs, eight PDs, three INTs, three FFs, one sack, and one FR in 50 career games. In 2019, he was named to the Chuck Bednarik Award and Bronko Nagurski Trophy watch lists.
Quez Watkins was originally selected by the Eagles in the sixth round (200th overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft. Watkins played collegiately at Southern Mississippi, where he produced 2,404 yards and 17 TDs on 159 receptions (second-most in school history). Watkins, a two-time All-Conference USA selection, finished his senior season in 2019 with the most receiving yards (1,178) in the conference as well as the second-highest receiving average (18.5) (min. 50 receptions).
Prince Tega Wanogho was selected by the Eagles in the sixth round (210th overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft. Originally born in Nigeria, Wanogho was a two-time first-team All-SEC selection by Pro Football Focus (2018 and 2019) at Auburn and started 32 games during his four-year career with the Tigers.
Casey Toohill was selected by Philadelphia in the seventh round (233rd overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft. An All-Pac-12 honoree at Stanford, Toohill compiled 132 tackles, 23 TFLs, 14.5 sacks, four PDs, one INT, one FF, and one FR in 46 career games at the collegiate level. As a senior in 2019, Toohill led the Cardinal defense with career highs in both sacks (8.0) and TFLs (11.5).
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