The Philadelphia Eagles began the process of locking up their 2015 draft class on Wednesday by announcing that they’ve agreed to terms with DB Eric Rowe, DB Randall Evans and DE Brian Mihalik.
— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) May 6, 2015
Philadelphia used a second-round pick on Rowe, a sixth-rounder on Evans and a seventh-round selection Mihalik.
Rowe is really an intriguing player for the Eagles, as he could play either cornerback or safety and offers plenty of size for a defensive back.
According to OverTheCap.com, Rowe is projected to receive a four-year contract worth $4,362,908, which includes a signing bonus of $1,433,024.
During his four years at Utah, Rowe recorded 261 tackles, seven sacks, three interceptions and 36 pass defenses.