What Draft Picks Do The Eagles Have in 2023 & 2024?

NFL free agency has begun with its usual shocking storylines, but the 2023 NFL draft is right around the corner, and that’s when things really start to get interesting. The Philadelphia Eagles ended the 2022 season with a Super Bowl loss, but the future still looks bright, thanks to Howie Roseman. Howie worked his magic, setting the Eagles up with two first-round picks in 2023, and what looks to be a total of 12 picks in the 2024 NFL Draft.

Here’s a look at what picks the Eagles have in the 2023 and 2024 NFL Draft.

What Picks Do The Eagles Have in The 2023 NFL Draft? (May 24, 2024)

  • 1st Round (10th overall)
  • 1st Round (30th overall)
  • 2nd Round (62nd overall)
  • 3rd Round (94th overall)
  • 7th Round – (219th overall)
  • 7th Round – (248th overall)

With six picks in the 2023 NFL Draft, including that number ten overall pick we received from the Saints, the Eagles are in a very good spot moving forward. Will they try to fill in some of the holes that were made from this year’s free agency losses, or will Howie get creative and sling a few of those picks around? We won’t know until Draft Day, but we can always speculate…

And that’s exactly what we did with our 2023 Eagles Mock Draft page.

What Picks Do The Eagles Have in the 2024 NFL Draft? 

Should the Eagles attempt to move up in the 2023 draft or make another blockbuster trade, they have plenty of 2024 picks to choose from, depending where, when or who they decide to make the move for.

  • 1st Round Pick
  • 2nd Round Pick
  • 2nd Round Pick (From Saints)
  • 3rd Round Pick
  • 3rd Round Pick (Compensatory)
  • 4th round Pick
  • 5th Round Pick (From Vikings)
  • 5th Round Pick
  • 5th Round Pick (Projected Compensatory)
  • 5th Round Pick (Projected Compensatory)
  • 5th Round Pick (Projected Compensatory)
  • 6th Round Pick (Eagles or Titans, whichever is better)

What Do The Eagles Need in the 2023 NFL Draft? 

Although the Philadelphia Eagles several pro-bowl players to free agency, including safety C.J. Gardner Johnson and running back Miles Sanders, they may look to sure up an aging defensive line, with Fletcher Cox and Brandon Graham on the tail-end of their careers. The Eagles have promising young talent in Jordan Davis, but until he can prove he has the stamina to be a starting defensive linemen, the Eagles may have to look to the draft to add some depth to the position.

However, if Howie is able to get Jahmyr Gibbs (Alabama RB) with their 30th pick, they may pull the trigger and take the young running back in the first round.

The Eagles also don’t have anyone they can currently count on at the slot receiver position at the moment. After trading Zach Pascal to Arizona, the Birds may be looking to fill that hole with their 2nd or third round pick in 2023.