Sanders will provide immediate value to the Eagles offense as an all-purpose back with a broad skillset who can play all three downs. He also comes with limited wear-and-tear for a running back of his stature after sitting behind Saquon Barkley during two of his three seasons at Penn State.
The Pittsburgh native contributed immediately as a true freshman in 2016 as a reserve back, who also finished second in the Big Ten in kickoff return average. He took over the starting role in 2018, producing 1,274 yards on nine touchdowns on the ground to go along with 24 catches for 139 receiving yards.
Best of luck to Miles on a long and productive NFL career!