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In an ideal world, I could see the Eagles getting these picks in this year's draft.

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Show/Hide Player Comments 1st (10th) QB Marcus Mariota Oregon rJr 6'3 5/8" 215 lbs. 4.52

Analysis: The pick has been discussed for a while now, and with St Louis showing interest in Foles, I could see a trade happening come draft day, should Mariota be available at 10. To jump up 10 spots, the Eagles give to St Louis their 20th pick, as well as a 4th round pick in this year's draft, a 2nd in next year's draft, and QB Nick Foles.

Marcus Mariota vs Colorado 2013
Marcus Mariota vs Arizona 2013
Marcus Mariota #8 High School Senior Highlights

Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (20th) FS Gerod Holliman Louisville rSo 5'11 3/4" 202 lbs. 4.54

Analysis: I am very keen on Holliman. Some call him a bust; I see a kid with great athleticism and instinct, that lacks the mental toughness necessary to tackle. Ed Reed wasn't much of a tackler either coming out of the U. Remember, he is only 20 years old, and can still develop tremendously.

Gerod Holliman vs Boston College 2014
Gerod Holliman Interview 11/29/2014
Gerod Holliman 2014 Highlights

Show/Hide Player Comments 3rd (20th) CB Jalen Collins LSU rJr 6'1 5/8" 195 lbs. 4.52

Analysis: Tall corner, coming out of an SEC program, so has played against tough opponents. I can see a few players here that could be good additions to the Eagles, considering I expect a cornerback to come to Philly through FA (Byron Maxwell/Chris Culliver).

Expect this pick to be CBs: Jalen Collins, Josh Shaw or Ladarius Gunter.

Whoever gets picked will have time to develop at least a year behind Cary Williams and the new FA addition.

Jalen Collins Interview 9/4/2014
Jalen Collins Interview 8/6/2013
Jalen Collins Interview 10/7/2014

Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (15th) WR Stefon Diggs Maryland Jr 6'0 1/4" 195 lbs. 4.48

Analysis: Kid is reminescent of Baltimore's Torrey Smith, another Maryland product. I think he can certainly bring depth to the WR corps, and definitely beat Jeff Maehl for a roster spot.

Stefon Diggs (#2) 2010 High School Highlights
Stefon Diggs 103-yard kickoff touchdown vs Virginia 2012
Stefon Diggs Mic'd Up 8/30/2013

Show/Hide Player Comments 5th (20th) HB Dominique Brown Louisville rSr 6'1 1/8" 216 lbs. 4.62

Analysis: Big runner, who has the potential to serve as an HBack. Indeed, I see the Eagles releasing their primary HBack in James Casey, for Cap Reasons. Brown has good hands, can run the ball, and block efficiently. Good replacement for Casey!

Dominique Brown Interview 4/5/2014
Dominique Brown Interview 4/14/2013
Dominique Brown Interview 9/2/2014

Show/Hide Player Comments 6th (20th) OT Tyrus Thompson Oklahoma rSr 6'4 1/2" 320 lbs. 5.08

Analysis: Developmental lineman, who has shown flashes of greatness. Very athletic considering his size. Could be versatile enough to move in at guard, or stay on the edge as a tackle. Will need a few years to develop into starting material.

Tyrus Thompson vs West Virginia 2014
Tyrus Thompson vs Alabama 2014 (Sugar Bowl)
Tyrus Thompson vs West Virginia 2013

Show/Hide Player Comments 7th (20th) SILB Trey DePriest Alabama Sr 6'1 5/8" 245 lbs. 4.68

Analysis: A short and stocky MLB prospect, who could bring depth to the LB corp. Philadelphia has a lot of young talent in their ILB spots, but all have issues. DeMeco Ryans is obviously the vet of the group, a terrific leader, yet his injury may sideline him for a good portion of next season. Mychal Kendricks is the designed starter then; he's fast, has great football IQ, and can cover like no other. Casey Matthews has a good season, but is a FA this offseason. Najee Goode got injured early on, but did showoff some skills, Emmanuel Acho was a rotational player at best, but did contribute on ST. Last but not least, Marcus Smith, last year's first round pick, converted from DE to OLB to ILB, did not see the field much. It'll be a position to watch in the offseason.

Trey DePriest Interview 4/19/2014
Trey DePriest vs Notre Dame 2012
Trey Depriest vs Auburn 2013

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