Now that we're well into February, it's time for another look at which players the national media think the Eagles will take with the 14th or 15th selection in April's NFL draft.
Mel Kiper, ESPN (behind a paywall): WR Mike Williams, Clemson
This is a spot where the Eagles could be considering another position (tackle comes to mind), but the value isn't there in some cases, and with Williams it definitely is.
Chad Reuter, NFL.com: WR Corey Davis, Western Michigan
Carson Wentz needs more reliable targets, and Davis is more than just reliable.
(I screwed up initially and thought Reuter had the Eagles picking Stanford RB Christian McCaffrey. This is the right version. Apologies.)
Pete Prisco, CBS Sports: CB Sidney Jones, Washington
The Eagles corners had a rough go of it last season. They can plug and play this kid right away. They could also go receiver here.
Chris Burke, Sports Illustrated: RB Dalvin Cook, Florida State
The Eagles don’t need a running back as badly as they need a receiver, but Cook would be a steal in mid-Round 1.
Charley Casserly, NFL.com: WR Mike Williams, Clemson
The Eagles realize they need to get more help for Carson Wentz.
WalterFootball.com: WR Corey Davis, Western Michigan
The Corey Davis comparison is Demaryius Thomas, except he has better hands. Philadelphia fans will be happy about that after watching Nelson Agholor and the other wideouts drop countless passes over the past couple of years.
Daniel Jeremiah, NFL.com: CB Sidney Jones, Washington
The Eagles are desperate for cornerback help; Jones is very polished and consistent on tape.
Brent Sobleski, Bleacher Report: CB Quincy Wilson, Florida
Wilson is in the conversation as the class' top cornerback because of his size (6'1", 213 lbs), his length, his fluidity and his outstanding junior campaign in 2016.
Bucky Brooks, NFL.com: CB Teez Tabor, Florida
The Eagles need a long, rangy corner capable of playing bump-and-run or Cover 2 in Jim Schwartz's scheme.
Nick Klopsis, Newsday: WR Corey Davis, Western Michigan
Corey Davis probably is the most complete wide receiver in the entire draft. The Western Michigan star has the size at 6-3 and 213 pounds, which he uses to his advantage in 50-50 situations... He's a legitimate No. 1 option for an Eagles team desperately in need of one.
DraftTek.com: WR Corey Davis, Western Michigan
Fans of Davis often compare him to a young Terrell Owens, whereas more skeptical Eagles' fans feel he might simply be Jordan Mathews 2.0 (i.e. good player, just not worth the 15th pick). ... While Davis's ceiling is debatable, his dominant production in college (332 REC, 5285 YDS, 52 TD), along with top-notch physical tools, work ethic, and intangibles, make him a relatively safe pick.