The Eagles didn’t wait long to sign rookie free agents after the 2020 NFL draft. Usually, It’ll take a few days to secure the maximum amount of undrafted free agents. However, Eagles management got to work quick and secured 12 free agents to Eagles deals with the team. Let’s examine who the Eagles signed on Saturday.
The Free Agents
Adrian Killins, RB, UCF
5’8, 164 lb running back who was an all purpose player in college. Killins was named to the 2nd team All-AAC this season. Adrian is a burner! He runs FAST! He accumulated 4,361 all purpose yards in his collegiate career at UCF. Adrian Killins averaged 7.2 yards per carry in his final season.
Prince Smith, DB, New Hampshire
Prince is a Philly native who played high school ball at Imhotep Charter school. He stands at 5’10, 185 lbs. He finished the 2019 season with 64 tackles and 3 interceptions.
Noah Togiai, TE, Oregon State
Noah stands at 6’4 and 246 lbs. He finished the 2019 season with 44 receptions for 406 yards, and 3 touchdowns. Togiai earned All-PAC 12 honorable mention honors in 2019.
Manasseh Bailey, WR, Morgan State
The former Linebacker converted to wide receiver and turned in a solid career at Morgan State. The 6’1 195 lb WR completed the 2019 season with 53 receptions for 976 catches, and 10 touchdowns. He earned a spot on the All-MEAC conference 3rd team in 2019.
Michael Jacquet, DB, Louisiana-Lafayette
The former wide receiver measures up well for a defensive back at 6’2, 201 lbs. He displays good length, and showcases good ball skills. He finished with 45 tackles and 2 interceptions during the 2019 season.
Michael Warren, RB, Cinncinnati
Michael Warren is a big back at 5’9, 226 lbs. Warren finished his career with 2,918 rushing yards and 34 rush touchdowns. He earned 2nd team All-AAC in 2019.
Luke Juriga, C, Western Michigan
The versatile offensive lineman is 6’4, 298 lbs. Juriga can play multiple positions as he played Guard for his first 3 years, and switched to Center for his senior year. He earned the honor of 1st team All-MAC in the 2019 season.
Julian Good-Jones, G, Iowa State
The Eagles locked up another versatile offensive lineman. Julian can play Center and Left Tackle. He earned 1st team ALL Big 12 for his effort during the 2019 season.
Grayland Arnold, DB, Baylor
Grayland stands at 5’10, 190 lbs. He earned 2nd team All-Big 12 honors at Baylor for his performance during the 2019 season. Arnold finished with 46 tackles and 6 interceptions. He has tremendous ball skills, but lacks in tackling.
Elijah Riley, DB, Army
Elijah is a player! The DB is 6’0, 205 lbs, and has excellent ball skills. Riley does a tremendous job blitzing off the edge. Elijah Riley knows how to fill a stat sheet. 2019 stats: 79 tackles (8 for a loss), 3 interceptions, 4 sacks, 6 passes defensed, and 3 forced fumbles. He even blocked a kick during the Army-Navy game.
Dante Olson, LB, Montana
Dante Olson was a beast in the FCS. He earned the Buck Buchanan award, which is given to the most outstanding Defensive player in FCS. He recorded 179 total tackles in 2019. He does lack speed and coverage ability.
Raequan Williams, DT, Michigan State
Raequan is 6’4 and 308 lbs. He achieved 48 tackles (7 1/2 for a loss), and 5 sacks during his senior season. Those stats earned him 3rd team ALL Big 10. Williams has versatility playing all over the defensive line.
There’s a few guys on this list who could contribute to the Eagles roster in 2019. One guy that stands out is Adrian Killins. Although he’s small, the speed is real. He fits into the speed focus Howie Roseman centered in on day 3 of the draft. Hopefully, one of these defensive backs can exhibit skills to provide depth int he defensive backfield. Let’s hope Eagles management found a diamond in the rough in this class of undrafted free agents.