The NFL draft starts in Mobile, and even with the Eagles preparing to face the Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII, all eyes this week will be on Alabama, for the 2023 Reese's Senior Bowl.
Pro Bowl running back Miles Sanders is an unrestricted free agent and could land a huge deal elsewhere, while Kenneth Gainwell will enter year three.
Boston Scott could move on as well, while Trey Sermon is still under contract.
With kickoff from Mobile just 24 hours away, here are seven running backs to watch at the Senior Bowl on Saturday.
Roschon Johnson, Texas
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Johnson was a talented change of pace running back at Texas behind All-American Bijan Robinson.
Tyjae Spears, Tulane
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Spears was the MVP for Tulane (12-2), which won the AAC and upset USC in the Cotton Bowl.
During his career at Tulane, Spears rushed for 2,910 yards, and in his final matchup against the Trojans in the Cotton Bowl, he went for 205 yards on 17 carries, including four touchdowns. In the AAC title game against UCF, he rushed for 199 yards on 22 carries.
Chase Brown, Illinois
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Brown was one of three finalists for the Doak Walker Award, which goes to the nation's top running back after finishing third in the nation with 1,643 rushing yards, a total that ranks third in Illinois history behind Mikel Leshoure (1,697 yards in 2010) and Rashard Mendenhall (1,681 in 2007).
Brown also ranks second on the school's career rushing list with 3,558.
Kenny McIntosh, RB, Georgia
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The former Georgia running back has a nice size at 210 pounds and just under 6 feet.
A dual-threat running back, McKintosh rushed for 829 yards and gain 504 receiving yards last season for the national champion Bulldogs.
Camerun Peoples, Appalachian State
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A big, physical runner, Peoples fits the mold of a power back that could continue the Eagles' recent ground-and-pound tradition.
Chris Rodriguez Jr., Kentucky
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The hard-running former Kentucky star would complement Kenneth Gainwell in the Eagles' rushing attack if Miles Sanders moves on.
Evan Hull, Northwestern
Hull was among the fastest running backs during Senior Bowl practice.
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