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In a previous article, I wrote that Foster would be projected in the second round.
Linebacker though is a position that tends to fall in drafts, especially in weak classes.
Some experts even have Foster going in the third round.
Foster recorded 162 tackles (105 solo) and seven sacks last season at the University of Washington.
The 6'2'', 241-pound Foster is aggressive and is one of the best tackling linebacker in this draft class. He ended his career at Washington with eight forced fumbles, including six his junior season.
He is a sound tackler who can read and react react to the play in front of him. He is fast and plays around the ball.
Mason Foster is a versatile linebacker as well and could play all three linebacking spots, though he would excel playing the weakside, a important position of need for the Eagles.