By Tom Brennan

If you’re looking for a clue about how the Eagles will use their No. 6 pick in April’s NFL draft, check out where their scouts will be today.

Only seven teams will send scouts to Clemson for quarterback Trevor Lawrence’s Pro Day workout, and the Eagles will be one of them in addition to the Jaguars, Jets, Dolphins, Falcons, Broncos, and Panthers.

Says Sports Illustrated:

“The expected No. 1 pick will be working off a 50-throw script that will show his ability to play under center and off play-action, and emphasize his pocket movement and proficiency throwing on the move, from screen passes to deep shots.

“And while the Jaguars are probably the only team that needs to be in attendance — new Jacksonville coach Urban Meyer is credentialed for the event and is expected to be there — at least seven of the teams picking in the top 10 are slated to show up.

“The Jets, Dolphins, Falcons, Eagles, Broncos and Panthers will have scouts on the ground, too.”

All 32 NFL teams will certainly be intrigued and with several news outlets television or streaming the workout, personnel will have eyes on the once-in-a-generation quarterback.

The Eagles sending personnel to the workout in person at Clemson would show that they are contemplating taking at quarterback at No. 6 overall and if they do up-close work on Lawrence, we can expect that they’ll also be in attendance for Justin Fields at Ohio State or Zach Wilson at BYU.

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