Being in possession of the #4 overall pick in the draft allows the Philadelphia Eagles to pick from the cream of the crop as it relates to this years draft prospects. One of the players that is considered a blue chip prospect is Texas A&M's OLB/DE Damontre Moore. Moore has legit NFL size already standing 6'4 and weighing 250 pounds. W/ his frame he could easily turn some of that fat into muscle gaining an extra 10-15 & wouldn't lose much quickness/speed (I was 6'4 250 coming out of High School). He should time in the low to high 4.6 range in the 40 & is extremely athletic but isn't very physical at the point of attack. One of Moore strengths due to an exceptional 1st step is getting to plays before they develop leading to tackles for loss. In the past two seasons alone Moore has racked up 38.5 TFL (21 last season alone) while also picking up 21 sacks (12.5 last year). To put that into perspective Brandon Graham led the nation in TFLs his Senior year w/ 26. Graham is by far a more physically imposing player than Moore, but they both have non-stop motors. Check out the film breakdown.