Eagles close 2024 Draft with C/G Dylan McMahon

The Philadelphia Eagles selected Center/Guard Dylan McMahon out of N.C. State with pick No. 190, Round 6. Another member added to Stoutland University bringing the coveted offensive line depth to the birds. Dylan is an extremely athletic player which fits perfect with how the Eagles usually want their offensive lineman.

Could he also be a potential replacement for Jason Kelce down the road? Anything is possible with Stoutland University. McMahon was selected 190 overall. Guess what future Hall of Fame center was drafted 191 overall in 2011? Jason Kelce.

Per NFL.COM:

Strengths

  • Starter at center or guard for the better part of four years. 
  • Plays with good technique and awareness on most reps.
  • Works smoothly from one block to the next on the second level.
  • Pass sets with ready hands and a direct punch. 
  • Above-average recognition of twist games in front of him.

Weaknesses

  • Lack of mass and arm length are major concerns.
  • Struggles to keep better players from crossing his face in pursuit.
  • Below-average leg drive to open a run lane.
  • Frequently in battles for hand placement in pass protection.
  • Bull rushers able to drive through his edges and into the pocket.

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Freddy Burns
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