The Eagles, who like all other teams will be drafting from home, hold the No. 21 pick in the first round. All signs point to the team selecting a wide receiver to pair with Carson Wentz, but obviously we have no idea what will happen — Jeff McLane thinks the team will take LSU wideout Justin Jefferson, while Les Bowen thinks they’ll nab Arizona State receiver Brandon Aiyuk (unless they move up).
During the first round, each team has 10 minutes to make its pick, but some teams might be granted extra time if their remote equipment malfunctions while they’re on the clock. If the Birds still have the No. 21 pick, you can expect the Eagles to be on the clock for their selection around 10:45 p.m., based on the the last few years of the draft.