Please give me your honest opinion.
Round 1. Ra’Shede Hageman Put on the Michigan tape. You can't block him. He's 6-6 315. I think it's gonna come down to 4 players for me, in the first round. (1)Ra’Shede Hageman, (2)Kelvin Benjamin, (3)Justin Gilbert, (4)Calvin Pryor.
Round 2. Lamarcus Joyner I looked at this draft, including round 1 as if I worked for the eagles. Versatility is the key as well as BPA. Hageman can play DE, NT, or DT. Joyner can play S or CB. Here in round 2 it will come down to 4 players as well, (1)Lamarcus Joyner, (2)Davante Adams, (3)Marcus Smith, (4)Jimmy Ward
Round 3. Jeremiah Attaochu First he just turned 21. Second versatility. He played DE and OLB. And he plays angry. And a good pass rush makes a secondary look good. Hageman and Attaochu can get after the passer. For me the third round comes down to 4 players. (1)Jeremiah Attaochu, (2)Keith McGill, (3)Bashaud Breeland, (4)Chris. Borland
Round 4. Dion Bailey Tommy Lawlor got me on to this guy. He was a OLB for 2 yrs before playing pretty darn well in he Pac 10 or 12 or whatever it's called. Watch his tape. He needs refinement. But it's all little coaching things and for the first time in like 8 yrs I trust our coaches. My 4 fourth round guys (1)Dion Bailey, (2)Jordan Zumwalt, (3)Demarcus Lawrence, (4)Ahmad Dixon
Round 5. Michael Schofield again versatility. Schofield started at right tackle for the entire 2012 and 2013 seasons and started at left guard for 10 games in 2011. Can he start over Todd? I don't know, but he will make him earn the start in 2014
Round 5 (from NE). Cody Lattimore One of my best kept secrets at the at the WR spot he's a legit 6-2 215. How well he runs at the combine will determine if he's available here. But trust me he could play and if you want to run a fade in the end zone and you don't have Kelvin Benjamin, Lattimore is your guy.
Round 7. Dontae Johnson he said his idea team is the Eagles and it's the 7th round so why not. He's 6-2 199 and was the wolf packs FS. But I think he'll be a CB in the NFL.