The 2011 NFL Draft is over and the Eagles selected a whopping eleven players. With so much uncertainty surrounding next year and free agency not happening, this probably isn't a bad year to have brought in a lot of bodies. We can call this "The Bloodlines Draft." The Eagles drafted three players with relatives that were pro bowlers in the NFL.
So without further ado, here is the full draft class in all its glory with links to all of our stories and analysis of each pick.
Danny Watkins - OL - Baylor - Analysis - The 26 year old Canadian firefighter was the Eagles first round pick
Jaiquawn Jarrett - S - Temple - Analysis - Played his college ball at Temple
Curtis Marsh - CB - Utah St - Analysis - Started college as a RB, finished as a CB with good size
Casey Matthews - LB - Oregon - Analysis - Part of "The Bloodline," brother of Clay Matthews
Alex Henery - K - Nebraska - Analysis - Best kicker in the class by far, all but assures David Akers is gone
Dion Lewis - RB - Pitt - Analysis - Gives the Eagles the two most productive Pitt RBs in the last decade
Julian Vandervelde - OL - Iowa - Analysis - Comes from an OL factory and is an opera singer
Jason Kelce - OL - Cincinnati - Analysis - Eagles have a great track record with late round picks from CIncy
Brian Rolle - LB - Ohio St. - Analysis - Cousin of Giants' Antrel Rolle
Greg Lloyd - LB - Connecticut - Analysis - Son of Steelers great of the same name
Stanley Havili - FB - USC - Analysis - Pass catching fullback