The Eagles are scheduled to host Florida defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd for a pre-draft workout on April 5, an NFL source said.
Even though Floyd is considered a local prospect - he graduated from George Washington High - he will count against the Eagles' 30 allotted workouts. NFL teams are given one day before the draft to work out any players that either hail from nearby or attended a college in the vicinity.
Floyd is considered a certain top-10 pick and a likely top-five selection. The Eagles have the No. 4 overall pick in next month's draft, which begins on April 25.
The 6-foot-3, 297-pound Floyd projects as a three-technique defensive tackle, lining on the outside shoulder of a guard, but is considered versatile enough to play at multiple spots on the defensive line.
The Eagles already have a potential three-technique player in second-year defensive tackle Fletcher Cox.