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Show/Hide Player Comments 1st (22nd) WR Odell Beckham Jr. LSU Jr 5'11 1/4" 198 lbs. 4.43
 

Analysis: With the lost of DeSean Jackson and Jason Avant, and the additions in the secondary in Free Agency, I see the LSU product become a strong part of next year's Eagle offense. He is fast, had great production from the slot as a Tiger, and is able to sustain big impacts and get YAC. Steal of the first round.

Ultimate Odell Beckham Jr. Highlights
Odell Beckham Jr. vs North Texas Florida Alabama Arkansas 2012
Odell Beckham Jr vs. Texas A&M 2013

Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (22nd) 34OLB Trent Murphy Stanford rSr 6'5 3/8" 250 lbs. 4.82
 

Analysis: I thought Murphy would go into the first round, but his average performance at the combine has dropped him in my esteem tremendously. However, even with the addition of Braman in FA, I see the Eagles going with the smart Linebacker out of Stanford. He would be a backup in his first few seasons, but could take over Trent Cole when the veteran retires sometimes soon.

Trent Murphy vs Washington 2013
Trent Murphy vs Washington (2012)
Trent Murphy vs Oregon 2011 Highlights

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

Analysis: The Lindenwood product has shown that he's worthy to take a look at, after a decent combine performance. He will obviously need some time to adjust to the next level, coming from a small school, but will be the Eagles' second selection on Day 2.

Pierre Desir vs Lincoln 2013
Pierre Desir 2014 Highlights
Pierre Desir vs Fort Hays 2013

Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (22nd) NT Daniel McCullers Tennessee Sr 6'6 3/4" 352 lbs. 5.30
 

Analysis: Chip Kelly can often be heard saying that "Big people beat up little people". McCullers is the biggest man in the 2014 draft, and though he has great measurables, some question his work ethic. The giant Tennessee product will be able to man either end positions, or the NT spot, and will provide depth to the Eagle's young defensive front.

Daniel McCullers vs Alabama 2012
Daniel McCullers vs Alabama 2013
Daniel McCullers Interview 3/9/2013

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

Analysis: The Eagles seem to be very keen on Wes Johnson. They have met him at the East/West Shrine game, the Senior bowl, and Chip Kelly even went down to Vandy to watch his pro-day. The kid is very reminescent of Evan Mathis, and could fit in very well as a backup tackle, guard or center for the Eagles; he has experience all over the line.

Wesley Johnson - Kentucky Week 10/29/012
Wesley Johnson vs Georgia 2013
Wesley Johnson Interview 1/4/2014

Show/Hide Player Comments 7th (22nd) K Anthony Fera Texas rSr 6'1 1/2" 211 lbs. 4.85
 

Analysis: Alex Henery just couldn't kick the ball when it meant the most last year. Surely, with the influx of terrific young athletes entering this year's draft, the kicker position might be overlooked, and that is why the Eagles would end up with the best kicker in this year's draft.

Other potential 7 rounders/priority FAs:

TE/FB Colt Lyerla, No College (Oregon)
RB/WR D'Anthony Thomas, Oregon
QB Logan Thomas, Virginia Tech
SS Deron Furr, Fort Valley State (Auburn)
NT Zach Kerr, Delaware
DL Ricky Havili-Heimuli, Oregon
OLB Chaz Sutton, South Carolina
OLB Craig Sanders, Auburn

Anthony Fera Interview 10/18/2011
Anthony Fera Interview 10/21/2011
Anthony Fera Tribute 9/3/2008

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Ramzee
Posted on: Tuesday, April 15, 2014 @ 6:33 pm
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I still think you're getting a nice player in Trent Murphy, even more so in the 2nd round. There are more intriguing options in this draft early but I think he's a player on the field. That's what matters most.

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