The Eagles are one of the first teams to finalize their priority free agent class after the virtual draft. Here is Philadelphia’s UDFA group:
- Grayland Arnold, DB (Baylor)
- Manasseh Bailey, WR (Morgan State)
- Julian Good-Jones, G (Iowa State)
- Michael Jacquet, DB (Louisiana)
- Luke Juriga, C (Western Michigan)
- Adrian Killins, RB (Central Florida)
- Dante Olson, LB (Montana)
- Elijah Riley, DB (Army)
- Prince Smith, DB (New Hampshire)
- Noah Togiai, TE (Oregon State)
- Michael Warren, RB (Cincinnati)
- Raequan Williams, DT (Michigan State)
Olson may have a decent path to the active roster or practice squad spots. Although the Eagles drafted two linebackers, their group remains uncertain. Olson comes in with quite a pedigree at the Division I-FCS level, winning the Buck Buchanan award — given to D-I-FCS’ best defensive player — last season. The Eagles lost Nigel Bradham this offseason.
Good-Jones started 49 games at Iowa State, setting a school record. A second-team All-American as a redshirt junior, Arnold played mostly in the slot at Baylor. He declared for the draft early. Bailey began his college career as a linebacker, making the odd transition to wide receiver. Killins goes only 5-foot-7, 162 pounds but earned first- or second-team All-American Athletic Conference acclaim in each of his three Central Florida seasons.
The Eagles guaranteed $116K of Juriga’s league-minimum salary, per the Houston Chronicle’s Aaron Wilson (on Twitter). This includes a $16K signing bonus. Togiai received $100K guaranteed, while Warren will be guaranteed $57.5K guaranteed, per Wilson (Twitter links).