With their second of two sixth-round picks, No. 200 overall, the Eagles selected offensive lineman Brandon Washington of Miami (FL).
Washington played left tackle in his final season at The U, but also played guard during his collegiate career, where he's expected to be utilized in the NFL.
Washington will be added to a young mix of interior offensive linemen under legendary offensive line coach Howard Mudd that includes 2011 draft picks Danny Watkins, Jason Kelce and Julian Vandervelde, as well as left guard Evan Mathis.
Here is the scouting report on Washington courtesy of Tony Pauline of SportsIllustrated.com, who ranked Washington as a fifth-round talent.
Positive: Well-sized blocker with a developing game. Sets with a wide base, stays square and chips defenders, knocking them from their angle of attack. Possesses a wide body and blocks down on defenders or engulfs them altogether. Quickly sets up in pass protection, flashes footwork off the edge and uses good body positioning to seal defenders from the action. Works his hands throughout the play and jolts opponents with good punch.
Negative: Not light on his feet and rumbles around the field. Must improve his use of blocking angles. Overextends and lunges into blocks.
Analysis: Washington is a big-bodied college left tackle who's better off at guard in the NFL. He possesses the size, strength and overall football skills to eventually develop into a starter but needs to become more technically sound.
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