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Eagles Sign 15 Rookie Free Agents

Take a look at what it was like when the Eagles rookies arrived for the start of Rookie Minicamp at the NovaCamp Complex.

The Eagles signed 15 undrafted free agents on Friday. Here's a look at them:

RB Josh Adams, Notre Dame

6-2, 213 pounds

The Warrington, Pennsylvania native rushed for 1,430 yards (6.9 yards per carry) and scored nine rushing touchdowns as a true junior in 2017. Gained almost 3,200 yards and crossed the goal line 22 total times in his three seasons with the Fighting Irish.

LB Asantay Brown, Western Michigan

6-0, 215 pounds

Led Western Michigan with 98 tackles in 2017 as a senior, earning third-team All-MAC honors. Played linebacker, safety, and cornerback during his college career. Recorded 22 tackles in a game against Toledo, the most of any player in the conference last season.

OL Aaron Evans, Central Florida

6-4, 325 pounds

Three-year starter at left tackle for the undefeated Knights. Made a start at right tackle as a redshirt freshman in 2014.

DE Danny Ezechukwu, Purdue

6-2, 250 pounds

In 45 career games, Ezechuwku had 216 tackles, 16 tackles for loss, 7.5 sacks, four forced fumbles, and four fumble recoveries. Best season came as a sophomore in 2015 when he started all 12 games and finished second on the team with 79 tackles.

DT Bruce Hector, South Florida

6-2, 296 pounds

A second-team All-American Athletic Conference in 2017, Hector had 18 career sacks in 43 games (24 starts). Either led or was tied for team lead in sacks in each of his final three seasons. Also had 90 tackles and 28.0 tackles for loss.

WR Anthony Mahoungou, Purdue
6-3, 210 pounds

The Paris, France paced the Boilermakers in a breakout season accounting for 688 receiving yards and eight touchdowns on 40 catches in 2017. 

S Ryan Neal, Southern Illinois

6-2, 192 pounds

Played both cornerback and safety at Southern Illinois. Had 84 tackles and three interceptions as a senior starting all 11 games at safety. His brother is former Packers second-round pick Mike Neal.

DE Joe Ostman, Central Michigan
6-3. 255 pounds

Earned first-team All-MAC honors as a senior after registering 14 sacks to go along with 69 tackles and 20.5 tackles for loss. Also forced four fumbles this past season. Finished college career with 28 sacks and 46.5 tackles for loss.

OL Ian Park, Slippery Rock
6-4, 315 pounds

A graduate transfer from Northwestern, Park started six games at right guard before suffering a season-ending injury. Didn't allow a sack. Still earned first-team All-PSAC West honors. At Northwestern, started a total of 16 games at right guard and center.

S Jeremy Reaves, South Alabama
5-11, 190 pounds

The Sun Belt Defensive Player of the Year as a senior, Reaves had 104 tackles, seven tackle for loss, 11 pass deflections, and three interceptions in 2017. A three-year starter who played both cornerback and safety during his college career.

S Stephen Roberts, Auburn
5-11, 186 pounds

Started all 14 games as a senior and finished with 50 tackles, six tackles for loss, seven pass deflections, and a forced fumble. Played both safety spots as well as a nickel cornerback at Auburn.

S Dominick Sanders, Georgia
5-11, 193 pounds

A four-year starter beginning when he was a true freshman, Sanders had 156 tackles, 11.5 tackles for loss, 16 interceptions, and 39 pass deflections for the Bulldogs. Earned second-team All-SEC honors as a sophomore.

CB Chandon Sullivan, Georgia State
5-11, 194 pounds

Set the school records for interceptions (7) and passes defensed (25). Was a four-year starter who played both sides of the formation.

CB Jordan Thomas, Oklahoma
6-0, 185 pounds

A first-team All-Big 12 selection as a junior, Thomas was among the nation's leaders in passes defensed with 19 in 2016. Finished with 36 passes defensed and eight interceptions in 50 career games (37 starts).

OL Toby Weathersby, LSU
6-4, 317 pounds

Started 15 games all at right tackle in his three-year career but has experience on the left side as well.

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