Eagles sign 10 undrafted rookies

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Houston Cougars quarterback Greg Ward Jr. (1) looks for an open receiver during the first quarter against the Navy Midshipmen at TDECU Stadium.

The Eagles signed the following 10 undrafted players to contracts on Thursday:

RB Corey Clement – Wisconsin

DT Winston Craig – Richmond

QB Jerod Evans – Virginia Tech

CB Randall Goforth – UCLA

P Cameron Johnston – Ohio State

C Tyler Orlosky – West Virginia

S Tre Sullivan – Shepherd

DT Charles Walker – Oklahoma

WR Greg Ward – Houston

CB Jomal Wiltz – Iowa State

A note on each player:

Clement (5-10, 220) – Clement emerged as a top player in the Big Ten last season with 1,375 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns. The Glassboro native averaged 5.4 yards per game.

Craig (6-4, 290) – Craig finished second in the CAA last season with eight sacks. He was a two-year starter for the Spiders.

Evans (6-3, 232) – In his one year at Virginia Tech, Evans passed for 3,546 yards, 29 touchdowns and eight interceptions, while also rushing for 846 yards and 12 touchdowns. He was an early entry into the NFL and will try to hang on in Philadelphia as a developmental quarterback.

Goforth (5-10, 190) – Goforth started parts of five years for the Bruins and totaled 10 interceptions in his career. He had four interceptions as a senior last year.

Johnston (5-11, 194) – The Australian native is 25-years old and punted four years for the Buckeyes. He was second-team all-American last season and had a career average of 44.9 yards per punt.

Orlosky (6-3, 298) – A team captain who started 42 of 50 career games for the Mountaineers, Orlosky was first-team all-Big 12 last season by the league’s coaches.

Sullivan (6-0, 200) – A standout at the Division II level, Sullivan had 149 career tackles and six interceptions.

Walker (6-2, 310) – Once touted as a potential first-round pick, Walker left the Sooners after four games last season and was diagnosed with depression. He had six sacks and 10 tackles for a loss in 2015.

Ward (5-11, 186) – Ward was one of college football’s top dual-threat quarterbacks in college football during the past four years, with 8,705 career passing yards, 52 passing touchdowns, 2,375 rushing yards, and 39 rushing touchdowns. He’s transitioning to wide receiver in the NFL.

Wiltz (5-10, 180) – Wiltz had two interceptions and 11 passes defended for the Cyclones last season. He was a junior-college transfer who played two years in the Big 12.