Philadelphia Eagles Mock Draft: Full Seven Rounds

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Aug 28, 2014; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; Utah Utes defensive back Eric Rowe (18) stops Idaho State Bengals wide receiver Broc Malcom (2) from running up the field during the second quarter at Rice-Eccles Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Chris Nicoll-USA TODAY Sports


Nelson Agholor. 52. player. 54. Agholor is a very talented receiver, with tons of upside, but is fairly raw. He has good size and solid speed, accompanied by his very good hands. Agholor has the ability to turn every play into a big gain and was used all over the formation during his time at USC. Agholor is a perfect fit for the Eagles offense and would most likely line up as the Eagles starting receiver in 2015. With Agholor in the mix, the Eagles would have three young, up-and-coming receivers to fuel their passing attack moving into the future.. Wide Receiver. USC


Eric Rowe. 84. player. 54. Eric Rowe could be one of the major steals of this draft. He is a very good corner, who would fit nicely into a Tampa 2 defense, but he can also fit as an over the top safety as well, in a Devin McCourty, Earl Thomas role. Rowe has great size and speed, but is a bit limited in coverage, when played on the outside. Chip Kelly has proven that he likes safeties who have a history of playing corner, having signed Malcolm Jenkins last year and targeting Devin McCourty this offseason. Rowe would most likely come in to camp and compete with Earl Wolff for the Eagles other starting safety spot. I would expect him to win that battle and be the Eagles opening day starting safety, next to Jenkins.. Cornerback/Safety. Utah

54. While the Eagles like the guards they already have on their roster, it would be smart of them to draft another talented guard. Ali Marpet played tackle for Hobart, but he is a bit undersized to play tackle in the NFL. Marpet would kick inside to guard for the Eagles and would continue the Eagles trend of getting younger on the offensive line. Much like Kevin Johnson, Marpet wont need to be thrown into the fire before he is 100% ready because the Eagles do have solid guards already on their roster, such as Andrew Gardner, Allen Barbre and Matt Tobin. Marpet will be able to sit for a bit and develop, so when his number is called, he will have the confidence and the ability to preform well in the NFL.. Guard. Hobart William & Smith. Ali Marpet. 96. player