PFF has the Eagles building the offensive line in Mock Draft 3
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By Lee Sifford

On Tuesday Pro Football Focus released another mock draft. Written by analyst Steve Palazzolo, the mock draft lists the players that PFF thinks would best suit the team, and not necessarily a prediction of what might happen.

Before we look at who they choose this time around, let’s revisit the first two mock drafts to see who they thought best suited the team at the time.

Mock Draft 1 – 10/31/2017

Pick 31: OT Tyrell Crosby, Oregon

Mock Draft 2 – 2/18/2018

Pick 31: OT Kolton Miller, UCLA

Mock Draft 3 – 3/6/2018

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Pick 32: OT Jamarco Jones, Ohio State

For the third time in a row, PFF has the Eagles selecting an offensive tackle. This time it is Jamarco Jones, who has started the two seasons at Ohio State. Here is what they had to say about the Jones:

“With left tackle Jason Peters nearing the end of his career, the Eagles add depth and a potential replacement in Jones. He improved every year at Ohio State, peaking with an 84.9 overall grade last year and a 98.0 pass-blocking efficiency that ranked 14th in the draft class. Jones still has work to do to clean up parts of his game, but that makes him a good fit in Philadelphia, where he has time to...

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