The Philadelphia Eagles are poised for a huge year in 2019, have they drafted well enough to make an impact on the playoffs?\nHere\u2019s how the Eagles drafted.\nPlayers Drafted\n\n\n\nPlayers\nPick\nPosition\nSchool\n\n\nAndre Dillard\n22\nOT\nWashington State\n\n\nMiles Sanders\n53\nRB\nPenn State\n\n\nJJ Arcega-Whiteside\n57\nWR\nStanford\n\n\nShareef Miller\n138\nDE\nPenn State\n\n\nClayton Thorson\n167\nQB\nNorth Western\n\n\n\nNotable UDFA\n\n\n\nPlayer\nPosition\nSchool\n\n\nTJ Edwards\nLB\nWisconsin\n\n\nMason Moe\nLB\nUC Davis\n\n\nNate Herbig\nOL\nStanford\n\n\n\nTEAM 2019 Outlook\nOffense\nThe Eagles traded up in front of the Texans to snatch Andre Dillard from under their nose. Dillard projects well into the NFL, but he has a limited ceiling and will need a lot of work to be an effective OT for the Eagles. \u00a0He will sit behind Jason Peters at LT to begin his career. Don\u2019t expect magic from the recruit straight away.\n\nPenn State RB Miles Sanders was the next player off the board for the Eagles and what a selection he is. With 220 carries for nearly 1300 yards in 2018, Sanders is not afraid to get sown and dirty for his team. Expect him to be a solid back-up to recruit Jordan Howard in the interim, but Sanders is the future at the position. Expect RB by committee for a while.\n\nThe Eagles add Stanford WR J.J. Arcega-Whiteside to a bulging depth chart for the 2019 season. His physicality and ball tracking skills make him a force in the red zone. He will cause headaches for defenses in close quarters. He won\u2019t win the ball too often with big throws downfield but will always move the chains and keep the play flowing. He will see game time in 2019 and will light up the NFL.\nDefense\nShareef Miller was the first defensive player taken by the Eagles at pick 138. The Penn State DE is an animal of a footballer and will have a immediate impact sitting behind Brandon Graham on the left side off the defense. He made 100 tackles in three seasons with the Nittany Lions, 31 of those for loss. Throw in 14.5 sacks and this kid can ball. He uses his hips well and has a great turn of speed. QBs in the NFC East be scarred.\n\nWisconsin LB T.J. Edwards was a great pick up as a UDFA and will add depth to the LB group going into 2019. Expect him to see some reps this season and have a bright future in the NFL.\nGrade -\u00a0A\nOverall the Eagles have addressed some needs and will continue to grow as a team in 2019. The only issue will be if Carson Wentz can stay healthy. They don\u2019t have Nick Foles to fall back on this year.