Philadelphia Eagles Mock Draft 2.0: Full 7-Round Predictions

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Oct 5, 2013; Stanford, CA, USA; Washington Huskies defensive back Marcus Peters (21) reacts after intercepting a pass against the Stanford Cardinal in the first quarter at Stanford Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL Scouting Combine is now officially over and it’s time to redo some previous team mocks done in the past. This is the second Philadelphia Eagles mock draft. (You can read the first one here.)

As the draft process continues to roll on, we now start to get a better prespective on prospects and their future homes.

The Eagles are still in desperate need for some defense. Their secondary position is pathetic and will need to upgrade it in the 2015 NFL Draft. Philly also needs more depth at wide receiver; Riley Cooper was grossly overpaid and showed it this season. Jeremy Maclin is a free agent and the Eagles will do whatever they need to bring him back.

Let’s take a look at the best fits for the Eagles in this year’s draft.

Round One 


Cornerback. Washington. Marcus Peters. 1. player. 54. This pick stays the same from my last mock draft. Marcus Peters is arguably the best cornerback in the Draft and would be a top-d12 pick if he wasn’t dismissed from Washington. Some were disappointed with Peters’ 4.53 40 yard dash at the Combine, but let’s not put all of our stock into the underwear olympics. Peters is a fantastic corner who could come in and start on Philly from day one. Tape doesn’t lie and Marcus Peters should be in contention for the Eagles first selection, allowing them to improve their atrocious secondary.

Round Two

54. I had Philly taking Brett Hundley last mock draft but there’s speculation that he may even enter the first round. In steps Phillip Dorsett from Miami who could flourish in Chip Kelly’s offense. The Eagles still need one more wide out and Dorsett could be that fit. He is an absolute burner who clocked in with a 4.33 40-yard dash. Dorsett can stretch the field like DeSean Jackson once did. He can help on special teams as well in the return game.. Wide Reciever. Miami. Phillip Dorsett. 2. player

Round Three

This pick also stays the same from my last Eagles mock. The Eagles are in need of playmakers on defense. No one was better at that than Louisville’s Gerod Holliman. Holliman accumulated 14 interceptions this past year at Louisville. He is great at reading QB’s eyes and attacking the ball in the air. With Peters and Holliman, Philly would already boast a much more impressive defense than last year.. Safety. Louisville. Gerod Holliman. 3. player. 54

Round Four

54. Josh Shaw posted some impressive numbers at the combine. and the Eagles have shown their interest in Shaw by meeting with him personally. The Eagles CBs were so bad that taking two in the first four rounds makes plenty of sense. Kelly likes his Pac-12 players and drafting Josh Shaw would just make sense.. Cornerback. USC. Josh Shaw. 4. player

54. I had mocked Tony Washington to Philly in the 5th, but the Eagles should pull the trigger a little earlier. Chip Kelly loves his Oregon players so it was only a matter of time until they selected one. Washington can rush the passer and will attempt to do what Marcus Smith couldn’t last season. Washington is a long prospect and could produce as a situational pass rusher for years to come.. OLB/DE. Oregon. Tony Washington. 4. player

Next: Round 5-7