The Philadelphia Eagles have stacked their roster for 2020 and look poised to compete for another Super Bowl title with their new weapons on offense and a revamped defense.
One of the areas of weakness on this roster right now is undoubtedly the off-ball linebacker position, although the addition of Davion Taylor out of Colorado in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft gives the team a player with some big upside.
Dylan Moses might have been a first-round pick even having sat out a full season this past year at Alabama. His talent level is tremendous, but he now has to prove he is healthy after tearing an ACL in 2019.
If he can do that, he gives the Eagles a strong option to lead the middle of their defense.
As a sophomore at Alabama, Moses had 86 tackles, 10 tackles for loss, and 3.5 sacks.