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Philly 2014 Mock Draft

What if Chip would go for his old rival Stanford for his first few picks? This is what could happen!


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Show/Hide Player Comments 1st (22nd) 34OLB Trent Murphy Stanford rSr 6'5 3/8" 250 lbs. 4.82
 

Analysis: The Eagles need a boost in the pass rush department. Although he may not start straight away, he could be a future replacement for the aging Trent Cole. Also, he has upside in the coverage area, something neither Trent or Graham have.

Trent Murphy 2011 Highlights
Trent Murphy vs Oregon 2011 Highlights
Trent Murphy 2012 Highlights

Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (22nd) FS Ed Reynolds Stanford rJr 6'1" 207 lbs. 4.51
 

Analysis: Chip knows this guy from his time coaching Oregon, and although he's not the biggest play-making safety available, he's a definite improvement to Patrick Chung, and will bring help in a struggling DB corps.

Ed Reynolds 2009 High School Highlights
Ed Reynolds Tribute 11/3/2013
Ed Reynolds vs Michigan State 2014 (Rose Bowl)

Show/Hide Player Comments 3rd (22nd) CB Pierre Desir Lindenwood rSr 6'1" 198 lbs. 4.52
 

Analysis: Drafting Desir in the third round may depend on his Combine performance, but he has a lot of upside, and even with outsanding measurables, will likely drop out the first round at least. He would become the 4th corner straight away, and may even challenge Bradley Fletcher for playing time.

Pierre Desir Interview 10/21/2013
Pierre Desir vs Fort Hays 2013
Pierre Desir interception vs Missouri S&T 2013

Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (22nd) WR Martavis Bryant Clemson Jr 6'3 3/4" 211 lbs. 4.42
 

Analysis: A natural red-zone target, the Eagles need to bolster their WR corps, with the likelihood of missing one of their top receiver (Maclin, Cooper are FAs, and Avant might be cut for financial reasons). Could easily become the 4th receiver on the depth chart, and provide height to a small, but speedy offense.

Martavis Bryant Interview 1/3/2014
Martavis Bryant Interview 11/14/2013
Martavis Bryant Interview 10/28/2013

Show/Hide Player Comments 5th (22nd) TE Colt Lyerla Without Jr 6'4 1/8" 242 lbs. 4.61
 

Analysis: Colt Lyerla's story is the Tyrann Mathieu story of this draft year. Did not play this season, but showed immense potential whilst at Oregon. His off the field issues with drugs are obviously bigger than Mathieu's, and his arrest for cocain possession will make him unattractive to most GMs. However, Chip knows the kid, and could potentially make him a great player. I mean, look at how Mathieu played this season!

Colt Lyerla vs Cal and Arizona 2012
Colt Lyerla 10th Grade High Lights
Colt Lyerla Post-Practice (8/7/13)

Show/Hide Player Comments 5th (29th) NT Zach Kerr Delaware rSr 6'1 3/8" 326 lbs. 5.08
 

Analysis: The Eagles need a bigger bodied NT, but Bennie Logan did play very well. With this pick, the Eagles would have gotten a big-man for the cheap price of a 5th round pick.

Zach Kerr vs Albany 2013
Zach Kerr Interview 8/11/2013
Zach Kerr pick six vs William & Mary 2012

Show/Hide Player Comments 7th (22nd) OC Wesley Johnson Vanderbilt rSr 6'5 3/8" 297 lbs. 5.11
 

Analysis: The Eagles O-Line is not getting any younger. That's why this should be the best pick for them. With the recent abuse Vanderbilt took from Jordan Rogers, their draft prospects may take a beating off the draft boards. Wes has the same body type as Mathis, and with some good coaching, could settle really well at guard. A plus; he can also play tackle, and Chip loves versatile linemen.

Wesley Johnson Interview 10/26/2013
Wesley Johnson vs South Carolina 2013
Wesley Johnson Interview 1/24/2014

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Ramzee
Posted on: Friday, January 31, 2014 @ 5:16 pm
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Interesting with the two Stanford picks to start the draft off with. I love Trent Murphy, I think he will make a great pro. Desir could be a big sleeper in this draft. You may have a good one there. I love the Zach Kerr pick. He makes a lot of sense for you guys. There seems to be a real connection with Lyerla and the Eagles. Do you think Chip will honestly feel that way when the real draft plays out?

Ferjist
Posted on: Saturday, February 01, 2014 @ 9:30 am
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I really do. There's been talk of cutting ties with James Casey, and so a
younger, cheaper, athletic blocker, that could be coached into playing the "move"
TE spot, would be an ideal fit. Also, I'd like to point out that Chip loves his
Ducklings, so here's hoping!

Ramzee
Posted on: Monday, February 03, 2014 @ 10:33 am
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Lyerla fills the role and fits the need. You just have to wonder about the off the field stuff and how the coach really feels about it. The situation reminds me of Pete Carroll though. He loved his ex-Trojans too but he also was very keen on which ones he liked as pros and which ones he didn't. Earl Thomas was infinitely a better pick than Taylor Mays for example and he made the right choice. There's probably not the same kind of value there at TE late like with Lyerla but with the depth of the draft it's possible there might be another option, without the baggage he has.

Ferjist
Posted on: Thursday, February 06, 2014 @ 10:08 am
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True for Pete Carroll, and I love what the Seahawks have done in the past few
years, drafting an incredible team. However, I am almost certain that Lyerla
will not be drafted by anybody but Chip in the draft. James Casey will most
likely not be with the team next year, and Chip wants a move TE/FB. With a late
round pick (going for the 7th round), drafting Lyerla would be a low risk move,
whilst guaranteeing that he wouldn't go to another team in UDFA. Anyway, I
watched film on him again, and he truly is a first round talent. A great
performance at the combine may interest other teams, but I doubt it.

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