24. Philadelphia Eagles: Dylan Moses, LB, Alabama
The Philadelphia Eagles love speed, and Dylan Moses flies around the field at the linebacker position.
At 6-foot-3, 235 pounds, Moses is the NFL’s new prototype for the linebacker position in the mold of a guy like Fred Warner of the San Francisco 49ers who can do everything for you.
He’s a legit sub-4.5 speed type of player on the field and despite having only one year of real starting experience at Alabama and coming off a pre-season injury, he would have probably contended for LB1 honors in the 2020 NFL Draft.
He’s that gifted.
Somewhat of an old-school type of player in terms of the way he loves to hit people and make them pay for coming into his territory, Moses would be a perfect piece in the middle of the Philadelphia Eagles’ defense, which also added a tremendous amount of speed at linebacker in 2020 with Colorado’s Davion Taylor.
Having a linebacker group with a ton of speed can get you in trouble at times because guys tend to be lighter and less effective against the run, but that’s not the case with Dylan Moses. He can do it all.