If you want to know the real deal with a player, a good place to start would be to talk to someone that has watched the guy for the past four years. Our college network at SBNation is certainly a great resource for that, and several talked about players the Eagles drafted.
Five Buckeyes Selected in the 2011 NFL Draft - Along The Olentangy
Brian Rolle was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 6th round (193rd overall). Rolle's struggles in the NFL will be related to his diminutive size. While he is built like a Russian tank, his 5''10 height and short arms will hold him back. Rolle always gives full effort on the field and has above average speed, but he needs a position change to showcase his skills and hide his liabilities. Look for Rolle to be moved to the weakside in Philadelphia's scheme.
Five Reasons Why Alex Henery Was A Great Draft Pick By the Philadelphia Eagles - Corn Nation
Henery finished his college career as the most accurate kicker in the history of NCAA football.
2011 NFL Draft: Dion Lewis Will Team Up With Lesean McCoy And Eagles - Cardiac Hill
The last two great Panther running backs in recent memory on the same team? Wow.
2011 NFL Draft: So You've Drafted Julian Vandervelde - Black Heart Gold Pants
Congratulations, Philadelphia Eagle fans! You've made the wonderful decision to draft Julian Vandervelde! Like any responsible selector, you're no doubt filled with questions about your new draft pick. We here at Black Heart Gold Pants will try our best to answer any questions you might have.
Temple Football Forever: (Fellow) Eagles' fans are in for a treat
As a Temple fan, I am going to miss him leaving the family. As an Eagles' fan, I'm going to adopt him as my favorite player. The Eagles have missed that hard-hitting safety since Brian Dawkins left. They haven't had anybody who could bring the wood since.