The Eagles didn't end up picking a cornerback in the first round of the previous draft, but they did end up securing Eric Rowe in the following frame. If Philadelphia plans on using Rowe at corner, it'll need to target a safety early in the 2016 NFL Draft, and I imagine Chip Kelly will enjoy taking another Pac-12 player.
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Despite addressing cornerback in the 2015 NFL Draft, Philadelphia still has a need at safety.
Andrews was very good for Florida State in 2014. The Seminoles' defense had some struggles in the tackling department, but Andrews and fellow safety Jalen Ramsey were the exceptions. Andrews recorded 93 tackles with three interceptions and five passes broken up on the year. In some close games, he came up with some huge plays for Florida State. Andrews also snagged an interception on Marcus Mariota in the Rose Bowl.
Despite a loaded defense in 2013, Andrews (5-11, 210) managed to beat out more veteran defenders for a spot and definitely made an impact. The freshman racked up four interceptions, forced three fumbles, eight passes broken up and 35 tackles. He also had 10 special teams tackles and was a core player on the Seminoles' coverage units.