In the latest round of the embryo market, the NFL is set to have the next crop’s number of players selected at its annual meeting in Indianapolis, which begins Tuesday.
The players in question will be among the first batch of players the league officially selects at its June 28-30 draft.
Here’s a look at what we know so far.
Rookie class: No. 1 overall pick Anthony Barr, CB, UCLA Anthony Barr, a cornerback out of Westwood, California, has made a name for himself as a playmaker in the NFL.
He is the first player since Terrell Suggs in 2001 to record three interceptions and seven pass breakups in his first five NFL seasons.
Barr, who was the second-highest-rated player in the class according to Scout.com, has started 11 games this season and led UCLA to the Pac-12 title game.
RB: No, he’s not the top pick in this year’s draft.
This isn’t the first time the Eagles have picked the No. 2 overall pick in the draft.
They did that in 2017, when they took RB Kenyan Drake.
But in 2018, they took WR Josh Doctson at No. 14.
WR: No No. 3 overall pick Kenny Golladay, WR, Alabama The Eagles took WR Kenny Glladay with the first overall pick.
They also selected WR Marcus Maye at No 10, QB Marcus Mariota at No 11 and CB Marlon Humphrey at No 12.
Gllayaday led Alabama to a National Championship in 2017 and had 14 catches for 231 yards and a touchdown.
Gollayaday’s season-ending shoulder injury was a major setback.
He was placed on injured reserve for the 2017 season.4.
OL: No Yes, that’s right, the Eagles will be getting two offensive linemen in the first round of their draft.
OL Andrew Bynum is projected to go No. 7 overall to the Dallas Cowboys.
OL Trent Williams and DE Cedric Ogbuehi are projected to take No. 8 overall to Denver Broncos.
The Eagles will get a second offensive lineman in Round 1.
The first two selections in the next round are projected as outside linebackers.
The Browns are projected No. 13 to the Seattle Seahawks.5.
QB: No The Eagles picked QB Connor Cook at No 6 overall.
They could be getting a quarterback with their first pick.
He’s been on a tear with the Cleveland Browns and could be selected as high as No. 12 overall.
The Rams are projected at No 15 to the Indianapolis Colts.6.
DE: No That’s right: The Eagles have selected DE D’ontae Johnson with the No 2 overall selection.
He could be the Eagles’ biggest pick of the first three rounds.
They selected Johnson with their No. 25 overall pick earlier this year.7.
TE: No All-American receiver Jordan Matthews was projected to be a first-round pick by the Eagles.
Matthews went to the Titans at No 2 and has since caught 81 passes for 1,053 yards and nine touchdowns.8.
OLB: No After drafting DT Joey Bosa in the second round of last year’s Draft, the Cowboys could be looking for a replacement for the injured DeMarcus Lawrence.
Dallas could select the next-highest rated offensive lineman at No 16 in the 2018 draft.
OT Andrew Whitworth was projected as a first round pick by Bleacher Report.
The 6-foot-5, 305-pound Whitworth has started every game for the Cowboys this season.
The Cowboys are projected for a first or second round pick in 2019.