The Philadelphia Eagles traded the No. 25 pick, a fourth-rounder, and a sixth-rounder to the Baltimore Ravens for the No. 22 overall selection to take offensive tackle Andre Dillard out of Washington State.
Dillard, who's considered the top pass-blocker in the draft, will serve as Jason Peters' eventual replacement.
The Houston Texans were thought to be interested in taking Dillard with the following pick.
School: Washington State
Weight: 315 lbs
Dillard may well be the best pass-protector in this class despite concerns about his length. The Washington State product is a phenomenal athlete whose movement gives him upside in space and working upfield in the running game. Adding strength is a must if he hopes to reach his ceiling, but that's an area that can be developed in an NFL training program. Dillard's ceiling is extremely high.