Local college writers/bloggers react to their players drafted by the Eagles

We've got a pretty strong network of college bloggers here at SBNation, and I figured it would be interesting to see what they(and others) were saying about their guys coming to Philadelphia. There's a slew of links after the jump.

Husky Football Blog | Saturday links --- More on the draft | Seattle Times Newspaper
A lot of Philly fans seem surprisingly stumped by Te'o-Nesheim, this guy saying that you wouldn't know who he is unless you're a college football fanatic. If they like a guy who plays his you-know-what off on every play, they won't wonder who he is for long.

Wildcats' Lindley, Conner selected in NFL draft | courier-journal.com | The Courier-Journal
Lindley, a cornerback from Hiram, Ga., went to the Philadelphia Eagles with the seventh pick of the fourth round, the 105th pick overall. The UK senior had been projected as a second-round pick after his junior season but returned to school and battled an ankle injury most of his senior year.

Clemson Draft/FA Results - Shakin The Southland
Ricky Sapp - 5th round - Philadelphia Eagles

Nine Gators picked in NFL Draft - Alligator Army
Florida also had the most players picked in the draft, with Alabama, Oklahoma and USC finishing in second with seven picks each

Jamar Chaney drafted by the Eagles - For Whom the Cowbell Tolls
Chaney is the first linebacker drafted from Mississippi State since Mario Haggan (2003, Buffalo). He finished the season with a team-high of 90 tackles as a fifth-year senior.

Five Georgia Bulldogs Selected in 2010 NFL Draft - Dawg Sports
Five Georgia Bulldogs were drafted. No, don't worry; they're not going to be sent to Vietnam or anything. They were taken in the 2010 NFL Draft. This is a good thing.

Former Centennial standout Jamar Chaney selected in NFL Draft by Eagles " TCPalm.com
Jamar Chaney, the former St. Lucie West Centennial High School and Mississippi State University football standout, was selected by the Philadelphia Eagles with the 13th pick in the 7th round of the NFL Draft on Saturday.

Northwestern QB Mike Kafka drafted by Philadelphia Eagles - ESPN Chicago
"I know that [quarterbacks coach James] Urban, [offensive coordinator Marty] Mornhinweg, and [coach Andy] Reid all have a great reputation for developing quarterbacks and I'm happy to be a part of that group and learn as much as I can," Kafka said on the Eagles' website. "Absolutely, I'm going to go into a system, and go in there and compete -- whatever I can do to make the team better. That's really all I can do right now. I'm going in and making sure I'm prepared and I'm working hard and do the best I can to help the team."

Round 4, Pick 24: Philadelphia selects Mike Kafka - Sippin' On Purple
As I predicted yesterday, the Eagles selected Mike Kafka. I said he'd go in the fifth, he ended up going in the late fourth. What I'm trying to say is I'm a genius.

About That Brew Part - Maize n Brew
Congratulations to Brandon Graham, who is about to get paaaaaaaid as the 13th overall pick of the Philidelphia Eagles.

Nate Allen and Jerome Murphy Drafted - Voodoo Five
Nate Allen and Jerome Murphy join Jason Pierre-Paul on the list of drafted Bulls.

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