6:57 PM - April 25, 2020
6:57 PM - April 25, 2020

Chapelle Russell becomes the fourth Temple Owl drafted

Chapelle Russell was selected 241st overall in the seventh round by the Buccaneers.

Russell’s career arc at Temple didn’t reach its peak until his final season. He tore his ACL in 2016 and 2017, but he played his final 26 games. As a senior, Russell had 8½ sacks.

At Lakewood High in New Jersey, Russell played quarterback, running back and linebacker. He’s a good athlete that could carve out a role for a Buccaneers team that is searching for answers on defense to pair with their newest offensive weapons.

6:18 PM - April 25, 2020
6:18 PM - April 25, 2020

Stanford’s Casey Toohill is the Eagles’ final pick

The Eagles ended their 2020 draft by selecting outside linebacker Kasey Toohill from the Stanford Cardinal with the 233rd overall pick in the seventh round.

Toohill will likely make the switch to defensive end in the Eagles’ 4-3 defensive scheme. He finished his Stanford career with 14 career sacks. His senior year, Toohill had 11½ tackles for loss and eight sacks. He earned second-team All-Pac 12 honors.

“What he did best was work against tight ends," NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah said.

Toohill thrived off the field as well as on the field. He was named a finalist for the William Campbell Trophy, which is awarded to a football player that combines academic, athletic and leadership success.

5:42 PM - April 25, 2020
5:42 PM - April 25, 2020

Jon Runyan Jr. drafted by the Green Bay Packers

Former St. Joseph’s Prep star Jon Runyan Jr. was drafted 192nd overall in the sixth round by the Packers. Runyan Jr. is also the son of former Eagles right tackle Jon Runyan Sr.

Runyan Jr. was a two-time first-team All-Big Ten member at left tackle for Michigan. He will likely move to guard in the NFL.

Runyan Jr. joins D’Andre Swift and John Reid as former St. Joseph’s Prep players to be selected in the draft.

5:21 PM - April 25, 2020
5:21 PM - April 25, 2020

Another Auburn offensive lineman headed to the Eagles

It’s clear that the Eagles’ coaching staff watched a lot of film on Auburn’s offensive line. After selecting Driscoll earlier, the Eagles added tackle Prince Tega Wanogho in the sixth round with the 210th overall pick.

Wanogho was a second-team All-SEC tackle in his final season. At 6-7, 305 pounds, he has prototypical size for the tackle position, but he is raw at this stage in his development. He also had arthroscopic knee surgery in January.

Wanogho is one of the most interesting stories in the draft. He is a prince, literally. His grandfather is the king of an African village. He grew up in Nigeria and moved to America at 16 years old while pursuing basketball, but he turned out to be a better football player.

5:07 PM - April 25, 2020
5:07 PM - April 25, 2020

Penn State’s Robert Windsor headed to the Colts

Robert Windor became the fifth Nittany Lion selected when he was picked by the Colts in the sixth round with the 193rd overall pick.

He led the Nittany Lions with eight quarterback hurries last season, and he also added 5½ tackles for loss.

Windsor started 26 games in his final two seasons and was named third-team All-Big Ten.

4:51 PM - April 25, 2020
4:51 PM - April 25, 2020

You guessed it: Eagles add another speedy receiver in draft

The Eagles officially have enough speedy receivers for a 4x100 relay team. The latest selection, Quez Watkins, may be the fastest of them all.

Watkins played three years at Southern Miss and averaged 18.4 yards per catch last season. He ran a 4.35 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine.

At this point, the Eagles are going to be able to send four wide receivers deep and let Carson Wentz throw it just to see who tracks the ball down first. If Howie Roseman’s emphasis on adding speed to the receiver position wasn’t clear before, it should be now.

4:37 PM - April 25, 2020
4:37 PM - April 25, 2020

Eagles draft local Temple linebacker Shaun Bradley

Shaun Bradley won’t have to travel far in the NFL. The Eagles selected the Temple linebacker in the sixth round with the 196th overall selection.

Bradley was a three-year starter at Temple and played in 50 games. He offers versatility as someone who can play multiple linebacker positions.

Like so many other Eagles picks, Bradley is fast. He ran a 4.51 40-yard dash at the combine.

Bradley has had 78 or more tackles the last three seasons. He finished his senior year with 86 tackles and eight tackles for loss.

The Eagles have now added two of the fastest linebackers in the draft with Davion Taylor and Bradley.

4:14 PM - April 25, 2020
4:14 PM - April 25, 2020

Latest reactions from the Eagles’ draft picks

Draft day is an exciting day for players, and the Eagles’ latest additions have shown their excitement on social media. John Hightower shared a special moment with his grandmother and K’Von Wallace reached out to Jalen Hurts.

3:58 PM - April 25, 2020
3:58 PM - April 25, 2020

Harrison Hand becomes second Temple Owl selected in the draft

For the fifth consecutive season, Temple has seen multiple players get drafted. Cornerback Harrison Hand was selected with the 169th overall pick in the fifth round by the Minnesota Vikings.

Hand started his career at Baylor before transferring to Temple in 2019. He had three interceptions and four tackles for loss.

Hand is also a local product from Cherry Hill West. He had a 41-inch vertical jump at the NFL Combine, but his 4.52 40-yard dash wasn’t as impressive.

Hand joins Matt Hennessy as Temple’s two draft picks.

“When you study him, you see someone with average speed, but he is tough and physical,” NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah said.

3:39 PM - April 25, 2020
3:39 PM - April 25, 2020

Another Eagles trade on Day 3 of draft

The rumors about the Eagles’ lack of aggressiveness were greatly exaggerated. They may not have made the trade that fans wanted in the first round, but Howie Roseman has been active on Day 3.

3:24 PM - April 25, 2020
3:24 PM - April 25, 2020

Eagles draft big play wide receiver John Hightower in fifth round

The Eagles’ new wide receiver track-and-field team should be complete now with the addition of John Hightower from Boise State.

Hightower was selected as the 168th overall pick in the fifth round. He averaged 17.6 yards per reception in two seasons at Boise State.

As a senior, Hightower had 51 catches, 943 yards and eight touchdowns. That’s an average of 18.5 yards per catch. He also ran a 4.43 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine.

The Eagles are taking Fly Eagles Fly to another level in the 2020 draft.

3:11 PM - April 25, 2020
3:11 PM - April 25, 2020

More speed on the way for the Eagles at wide receiver in Maquise Goodwin

The Eagles went from needing speed at wide receiver to almost having enough to field a track-and-field relay team.

Jeff McLane reported that the Eagles swapped sixth round picks with the 49ers to acquire Goodwin.

Goodwin is known as one of the fastest players in the NFL. He has averaged 16.6 yards per reception in his seven seasons. Now, he’ll team up with Jalen Reagor and DeSean Jackson.

The Eagles made the trade official later.

3:02 PM - April 25, 2020
3:02 PM - April 25, 2020

Eagles make another trade with 164th pick

Less than an hour after acquiring the 164th pick in the fifth round, the Eagles have traded the pick to the Miami Dolphins.

Jeff McLane reported that the Eagles are getting picks 173 and 227 overall from the Dolphins.

2:24 PM - April 25, 2020
2:24 PM - April 25, 2020

Eagles trade third fourth-round pick to Dallas

The Eagles were scheduled to pick 146th, but Philly traded the pick to the Dallas Cowboys for the 164th overall pick in the fifth round and a 2021 fifth-round pick.

2:19 PM - April 25, 2020
2:19 PM - April 25, 2020

Eagles draft Auburn tackle, plan to move him to guard

The Eagles added Auburn offensive lineman Jack Driscoll with their second fourth-round pick. Driscoll played tackle at Auburn, but he was announced as a guard in the draft.

Driscoll has excellent height at 6-5, but his 33-inch arms best projects him as an inside guy.

His 26 starts in the SEC against talented pass rushers is a good litmus test for the NFL. Driscoll passed the test. According to PFF, he only allowed four quarterback hits in 1,690 career pass-blocking snaps at Auburn.

He redshirted and played two seasons at UMass. Driscoll saw time at left guard and right tackle before transferring to Auburn as a graduate transfer, so the transition to guard won’t be foreign.

2:07 PM - April 25, 2020
2:07 PM - April 25, 2020

Penn State cornerback John Reid picked by Houston Texans in fourth round

Penn State’s third player selected and first of Day 3 was cornerback John Reid, who was selected 141st overall in the fourth round by the Texans.

Reid was a two-year starter at Penn State and had seven career interceptions. He missed the 2017 season with a knee injury, but his IQ is regarded as one of his best traits.

“This season for Penn State, you can make a strong argument that he was one of their best players week in and week out,” Mel Kiper said on ESPN.

1:27 PM - April 25, 2020
1:27 PM - April 25, 2020

Eagles draft Clemson safety K’Von Wallace

The Eagles added to their safety depth by selecting Clemson’s K’Von Wallace in the fourth round.

Wallace isn’t the biggest guy at 5-11, but his size offers a lot of versatility. He spent time at safety and cornerback in college, and he also played in the slot.

His versatility allowed him to line up all over the field as a senior, which led to 72 tackles, two interceptions and two sacks. He played in the National Championship in the last two seasons.

Wallace matched up with LSU first-round pick Justin Jefferson in the championship game. Jefferson had nine catches for 106 yards, but he was kept out of the endzone after having a playoff-record four touchdowns in the semifinal against Oklahoma.

Wallace has the potential to be an effective blitzer from the safety and nickel positions, but he has had tackling issues. His experience of being a two-year starter, playing on the biggest stage in college and going against a talented Clemson offense everyday in practice should help his transition to the NFL.

12:59 PM - April 25, 2020
12:59 PM - April 25, 2020

Former Redskins Pro Bowl tackle traded to 49ers

Trent Williams was a road block on the Redskins’ offensive line, but a year-long holdout fractured their relationship beyond repair. The left tackle got his wish and was traded to the San Francisco 49ers for a 2020 fifth-round pick and 2021 third-rounder.

Williams made seven consecutive Pro Bowls from 2012-18 before holding out last season. The Redskins couldn’t come to terms on a long-term extension with Williams.

The addition of Williams upgrades an already imposing San Francisco offensive line that helped the team run its way to the Super Bowl last season.

Shortly after the trade was announced, it was reported that 49ers six-time Pro Bowl tackle Joe Staley announced his retirement due to health concerns. Staley’s retirement frees up cap space for a future deal for Williams, if he is extended.

NFL Insider Ian Rapoport also reported that no long-term deal is in place for Williams in San Francisco. The Vikings, who were reportedly the 49ers biggest competition, would’ve given Williams an extension.

11:56 AM - April 25, 2020
11:56 AM - April 25, 2020

Teams hoping to find gems on Day 3

Drafting is never easy, but the further you go along, the harder it becomes to find starters and valuable pieces. That is what makes Day 3 so special.

The players are there, but it’s not like the first round, where future starters are littered across the board. It’s not like the second and third rounds, where you will at least draft a player that will contribute and almost certainly make the team.

Fourth through seventh round picks have to fight their ways onto rosters. This is what separates the good GMs from the great ones. The great front offices will find players that will add depth and become valuable pieces to their teams.

Ohio State wide receiver K.J. Hill headlines the list, but quarterbacks Jacob Eason and Jake Fromm aren’t too far behind.

12:02 PM - April 25, 2020
12:02 PM - April 25, 2020

Pre-draft reading