Stanley Havili to Philadelphia Eagles: 2011 NFL Draft Scouting Profile

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Stanley Havili was one of those players who felt like he was around forever. I could’ve sworn he was blocking for Reggie Bush in the mid-2000’s (he was a freshman in 2006, so not that far of). 

Havili was one of the top running back prospect sin the country coming out of the state of Washington in 2005, earning a slew of All-American accolades.

The fullback set a USC record with receptions by a fullback with 84 catches. Needless to say, he’ll be a valuable asset out of the backfield at the next level. 

He’s undersized at just 225 lbs and will need to add a solid 15 lbs. to compete as a two to three-down FB at the next level, but will offer immediate value as a special teamer. 

The Eagles getting Havili in the seventh round is an absolute steal. Though he's undersized, he's got a lot of talent and is an NFL caliber player. 

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