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Eagles agree to terms with 13 undrafted free agents

The player-acquisition process on draft weekend doesn't stop with the announcement of Mr. Irrelvant, the final pick who was Georgia linebacker Tae Crowder to the New York Giants at No. 255 overall.

Nope. Teams race to add the players who were undrafted to their rosters. Quality players slip through the cracks and end up not only making rosters as rookie free agents, but enjoying long, thriving careers. Safety Rodney McLeod is one of many players on the Eagles' roster who overcame the disappointment of draft weekend to stick in the league.

On Saturday evening, the Eagles agreed to terms with 12 undrafted free agents who will compete alongside the 10 draft picks for spots on the 53-player roster. (**Editor's note:** The Eagles announced that wide receiver Khalil Tate agreed to terms Sunday evening, making it 13 undrafted free agents.)

DB Grayland Arnold, Baylor: The 5-9, 186-pound Arnold earned second-team All-American and second-team All-Big 12 honors as a redshirt junior in 2019 when he led the team with six interceptions. Worked primarily in the slot. Also averaged 12.4 yards on punt returns with one touchdown last season.

WR Manasseh Bailey, Morgan State: Transitioned from linebacker to wide receiver in 2017, the 6-1, 195-pound Bailey posted 996 receiving yards which ranked third in the MEAC to go along with 54 catches and 10 receiving touchdowns.

G Julian Good-Jones, Iowa State: A first-team All-Big 12 selection in 2019 at left tackle, the 6-5, 313-pound Good-Jones set a school record with 49 career starts. Also has significant starting experience at center.

DB Michael Jacquet, Louisiana-Lafayette: The 6-1, 195-pound Jacquet had 45 tackles, two interceptions, and five pass breakups as a redshirt senior in 2019. Transitioned from wide receiver to cornerback in 2018.

C Luke Juriga, Western Michigan: The 6-3, 301-pound Juriga was a team captain and a two-time, first-team All-MAC selection. He started all 52 career games with time at center and right guard.

RB Adrian Killins, Central Florida: The 5-7, 162-pound Killins gained 2,459 yards on the ground, accounted for 864 receiving yards, and scored 34 total touchdowns. He earned either first- or second-team All-AAC honors in each of the past three seasons.

LB Dante Olson, Montana: The 6-2, 237-pound Olson was coached by Eagles safeties coach Tim Hauck's brother, Bobby. Olson accounted for nearly 400 tackles, 26 for loss, and 11.5 sacks in his decorated career. A first-team FCS All-American in 2019, Olson won the Buck Buchanan Award as the best defensive player in the FCS.

DB Elijah Riley, Army: The 5-11, 209-pound Riley was a team captain for the Black Knights in 2019. In his four-year career, Riley accumulated 201 tackles, seven interceptions, and 6.5 sacks.

DB Prince Smith, New Hampshire: A Philadelphia native who starred at Imhotep Charter where he was part of the first Philadelphia Public League school to win a state title, Smith was a three-year starter for New Hampshire. As a senior, he had 64 tackles, three interceptions, and forced two fumbles.

WR Khalil Tate: Moving from quarterback to wide receiver, the 6-2, 216-pound Arizona product accounted for 6,318 yards passing, 2,285 yards rushing, and 75 total touchdowns in his college career. He did not record a reception.

TE Noah Togiai, Oregon State: The 6-4, 244-pound Togiai finished his career with 102 receptions for 1,048 yards and 10 touchdowns. He started 37 of his 44 games. He was a second-team All-Pac-12 selection in 2017.

RB Michael Warren, Cincinnati: The 5-9, 226-pound Warren gained 2,918 yards (5.2 yards per carry) on the ground and hauled in 51 receptions for another 442 yards, scoring 37 total touchdowns. A former Mr. Football in high school for the state of Ohio, Warren was a two-time, second-team All-AAC selection.

DT Raequan Williams, Michigan State: The Chicago native was a team captain for the Spartans, registering 160 tackles, 29 for loss, and 11.5 sacks in his career. He won the team's Iron Man Award three times and was twice named a third-team All-Big Ten selection.

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