You don't often think of 6'6, 303-pound players as guards, much less good run-blocking guards, but, well, watch this guy move defensive linemen off the line of scrimmage, often putting them on the ground. Here's Smith's game this season against LSU:
Smith also has experience at tackle. The Eagles have more of a need at tackle than guard, but you can never really have enough good players to protect your franchise quarterback.
Jaleel Scott, WR, New Mexico State (6'6, 215): South Alabama at New Mexico State, 4:30 p.m.
Scott is a huge target with a wide catch radius at 6'6 who has shown enough ability as a receiver to go along with his size and athleticism to be thought of as a legit pro prospect. On the season, Scott has 64 catches for 908 yards and 8 TDs. Here's his game against LSU earlier this season. Check out the incredible catch at the 0:12 mark:
Scott has come out of nowhere, as he had just 23 catches for 283 yards and 5 TDs in his only other season for New Mexico State, but he is a high-upside developmental receiver who could be available in the late rounds.
Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson (6'4, 310): (7) Miami vs. (1) Clemson, 8:00 p.m.
In 2016, Wilkins had 48 tackles (13 for loss) and 3.5 sacks. In 2017, he has 45 tackles (7.5 for loss) and 4.5 sacks. He is a versatile defensive lineman, who has played on the edge as well as the interior for Clemson. He also plays fullback for the Tigers on occasion, and has even run a fake punt:
Wilkins is a high energy, 312-pound athlete that would fit in perfectly along the Eagles' defensive line.
T.J. Edwards, LB, Wisconsin (6'1, 244): (8) Ohio State vs. (4) Wisconsin, 8:00 p.m.
Edwards led the Badgers in tackles as a freshman and sophomore (he's second in tackles as a junior in 2017). More impressively, over the last two seasons, Edwards has seven interceptions, and they are of the impressive variety:
With Jordan Hicks unable to stay healthy, the Eagles could use another playmaking linebacker to add to the defense. Edwards is a potential first rounder.