Wanogho (knee) is expected to compete for a depth role in training camp, Daniel Gallen of Pennlive.com reports.
Wanogho wasn't able to participate in Auburn's Pro Day back in March while recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery, a development which likely contributed to him falling to the sixth round in April's draft. He showcased impressive technique and fundamentals as a three-year starter at left tackle at Auburn, despite having to compensate for underwhelming athleticism. Now healthy, the Eagles could see fit to have Wanogho (6-foot-5, 308 pounds) compete at guard rather than tackle in training camp.
The Eagles selected Wanogho (knee) in the sixth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 210th overall.
Wanogho (6-foot-5, 308 pounds) showed well as a three-year starter at Auburn, making the most of his frame despite possessing below-average athletic ability. His health is something of a question mark, as he missed Auburn's Pro Day in March while recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery. When recovered, Wanogho may have better success as a guard than as a tackle at the NFL level.