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List of Eagles draft visits

Back for another year, here is the master list of reported Eagles draft visits.

As I've explained before, teams are allowed to host 30 prospects. It's important not to put too much stock into these visits, but it's also worth noting that the Eagles drafted several players (Jason Kelce, Curtis Marsh, Casey Matthews and Brian Rolle) from this list last season.

Below you will find the players listed, along with their height/weight from the combine, the source of the report, my notes and a projection.

The projections are based on what I can gather from various draft analysts like NFL Network's Mike Mayock, ESPN's Mel Kiper and Todd McShay and Wes Bunting of the National Football Post.

Early Round means first or second. Middle Round means three, four or five. And Late Round means sixth, seventh or undrafted. Please take these with a grain of salt.

The green background indicates official visits to the team facilities (limit of 30). The white background indicates the Eagles working out the prospect off-site. There are no limits on workouts away from the Novacare Complex.

Finally, if you see a report that I've missed, please e-mail me at or hit me up on Twitter, and I'll update the post.


* The Eagles worked out quarterbacks Ryan Lindley (San Diego State) and Russell Wilson (Wisconsin), according to Howard Eskin. I did not include them in the chart above because it's unclear whether those were private workouts.

* Bruce Irvin, a pass rusher out of West Virginia, said during a radio interview that the Eagles have shown interest in him, per Jimmy Kempski of

* Jim Washburn personally worked out defensive end Vinny Curry at Marshall's Pro Day, according to Gil Brandt of

* Linebackers coach Mike Caldwell personally worked out Boston College linebacker Luke Kuechly at his Pro Day.

* I was asked on Twitter for clarification on the rules surrounding workouts for local players. As I stated above, teams are allowed to host 30 out-of-town college prospects. But there are no rules on local prospects, meaning guys who either live/grew up in the Philadelphia area (and surrounding suburbs), or who have gone to college locally. The Eagles are allowed to host and work out as many of those prospects as they like.

* Note that Worthy told NFL Network the Eagles had called him about taking an official visit, but he did not confirm that he'd taken one.

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