Eagles Undrafted Free Agent Signings

NCAA Football: Vanderbilt at Florida

We will keep this page updated with undrafted free agent signings.

Josh Andrews, OL, Oregon State (6-2, 311) – Andrews started 32 career games for the Beavers at guard and could have some versatility to play center.

Blake Annen, TE, Cincinnati (6-4, 247) – Annen caught 16 passes for 183 yards and two touchdowns in 2013. He reportedly ran a 4.41 at his Pro Day.

Karim Barton, OL, Morgan State (6-2, 313) – He started at right tackle for three seasons after transferring from junior college. He’ll practice as an interior lineman for the Eagles.

Kadron Boone, WR, LSU (6-0, 204) – Boone finished his collegiate career with 611 receiving yards and eight touchdowns in 51 games. He reportedly ran a 4.44 at a private workout the Eagles attended.

Trey Burton, TE, Florida (6-2, 224) – A versatile player who appeared in 50 games, Burton finished his four-year career with 720 rushing yards and 16 touchdowns on 141 carries, while adding 107 catches for 976 yards and four touchdowns. As a senior, Burton moved to wide receiver full-time after playing multiple positions his first three years and finished third on the team with 38 receptions for 445 yards and one touchdown. Burton was named to the 2010 SEC All-Freshman Team after seeing action at quarterback, fullback, tight end, wide receiver and on kick coverage.

David Fluellen, RB, Toledo (5-11, 224) – Fluellen finished fourth in school history with 3,336 rushing yards. In nine games last season, he rushed 167 times for 1,121 yards (6.7 YPC) and 10 touchdowns. He missed time because of an ankle injury. Fluellen ran a 4.72 at the combine.

Josh Fulton, CB, Alabama (6-0, 195) – Fulton played in 49 games for the Crimson Tide, serving the majority of his time as a reserve cornerback and special teams player.

Kevin Graf, OL, USC (6-6, 309) -Graf earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 honors following his senior season. He was a three-year starter at USC and will get a look at tackle.

Donald Hawkins, OL, Texas (6-4, 301) – Hawkins started in 24 of his 25 career games as a two-year contributor for the Longhorns.

Henry Josey, RB, Missouri (5-8, 194) -He piled up 1,166 yards last year, averaged 6.7 YPC and scored 16 touchdowns. In 2011, he tore his ACL, patellar tendon, MCL and both the lateral and medial menisci, per NFL.com. Josey ran a 4.43 at the combine, the third-fastest time of any running back. He’s arguably the most intriguing of any of the Eagles’ undrafted free agents.

Wade Keliikipi, DT, Oregon (6-2, 303) – Keliikipi was a two-year starter and had 34 tackles, five tackles for loss, two sacks and one blocked kick. He played 50 games in his college career, amassing 97 tackles, 11 tackles for loss and 5.5 sacks. Keliikipi is obviously familiar with Chip Kelly and defensive line coach Jerry Azzinaro.

Daytawion Lowe, S, Oklahoma State (5-11, 196) – A three-year starter for the Cowboys, Lowe earned second-team All-Big 12 honors as a senior in 2013, finishing second on the team with 87 tackles and notching two interceptions. Lowe led Oklahoma State in tackles in both 2012 and 2011.

Frank Mays, DE, Florida A&M (6-9, 291) – Mays played in 11 games as a senior and led the team in sacks (4.0) while ranking second with 10.5 tackles for a loss.

Quron Pratt, WR, Rutgers (5-11, 195) – Named the Rutgers’ team MVP in 2013, Pratt appeared in all 13 games (nine starts), totaling 516 yards on 32 catches. Pratt was a semifinalist for the National Football Foundation Campbell Trophy, which is also known as the “Academic Heisman.” He reportedly ran a 4.43 at his Pro Day.

Carey Spear, K, Vanderbilt (5-9, 194) – A three-time captain, Spear set a school single-season record as a senior with 99 points while connecting on 15 of his 19 field goal attempts. He made 35 of 43 field goal attempts the past two seasons. One Vanderbilt blog nicknamed him “Murderleg” and suggested he liked to launch himself at people on kickoff coverage. Spear will presumably compete with Alex Henery for the kicking job.

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