25. Creed Humphrey, C/IOL, Oklahoma
The Philadelphia Eagles’ offensive line depth is going to be tested in 2020 with the loss of guard Brandon Brooks to an Achilles injury already.
The Eagles moved on from Jason Peters, who is still a free agent at this point, in favor of first-round pick Andre Dillard (2019). With Brooks out for the season, the Eagles are either going to find that they have the depth they need already or they are going to discover they need to find someone else to come in and provide the necessary depth on their offensive line.
This team has been so good in terms of offensive line play over the past few years, and they have one of the best interior lines in the NFL when healthy.
The losses of Peters, Brooks, and even top reserve Halapoulivaati Vaitai make offensive line a potential priority again in the 2021 NFL Draft for the Eagles.
If Creed Humphrey is there, the value might be perfect as well.
Humphrey has pretty strictly played center, but he could learn the other interior positions and he’s one of the nastiest linemen in this class.
An experienced starter who came into Oklahoma prepared and ready to go, Humphrey could be a perfect fit for the physical Eagles offensive line.