Those potential first-round picks include Alabama’s Marlon Humphrey, 6-1, 201, Ohio State’s Marston Lattimore, 6-0, 192, and Gareon Conley, 6-0, 195, Florida’s Quincy Wilson, 6-1, 213 and Jalen “Teez” Tabor, 6-0, 191, Washington’s Sidney Jones, 6-0, 185, Southern Cal’s Adoree Jackson, 5-11, 185 and LSU’s Tre’Davious White, 5-11, 195.

That’s good news for the Eagles, who have a glaring need at the position and will likely try to address it with either the No. 14 or No. 15 pick (depending on a coin flip with the Colts) in the first round.

Currently, the Eagles have just three cornerbacks on their roster — Jalen Mills (above) Ron Brooks and C.J. Smith — combined the three have made 10 NFL starts in their career. And Brooks, who made eight of them, spent most of last year on injured reserve:

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