A mock draft from all the way on the other side of the pond!
22. SS Calvin Pryor, Louisvile.
With the WR depth in this draft, Maclin and Cooper locked up for the year, and Sproles as an added pass catcher, receiver is certainly not a position worth reaching for at this position. With Watkins and Evans long gone before this pick, and a pool of equally rated wideouts to follow, defence is certainly where the Eagles need to look to at 22. Having had the worst pass defence in the league last year DB is clearly a position of need, and Pryor is a great fit in the Eagles backfield. His hard hitting and tackling is that extra bit of nasty the Eagles need to compliment Jenkins' coverage ability as an ex-CB.
54. WR Allen Robinson, Penn St.
Staying within the Keystone State, Kelly picks up the big bodied receiver which he desires. Whilst his speed leaves a lot to be desired, Robinson's play making abilities aren't in doubt with great movement with the ball in hand offering a lot of YAC.
86. OG Dakota Dozier, Furman
With Mathis unhappy and Herremans reaching the end of a solid career, an OG with great upside should be on the Eagles minds in the middle of the draft. Dozier brings movement and athleticism, which are key in Kelly's up tempo offence.
122. WR Josh Huff, Oregon
Kelly adds more of his old talent to the Philly roster in the form of speedy WR Josh Huff. Also has the physicality to block well down the field.
162. OLB Kevin Pierre-Louis, Boston College
Whilst a bit of a tweener at the linebacker position in the NFL, Pierre-Louis' speed and ability in coverage offer the potential of a future boost to the last-ranked pass defense in the NFL.
237. DE Shamar Stephen, UCONN
Purely a run stuffer to add to the D-Line rotation.
Key UDFA: Colt Lyerla
IF he makes it through all 7 rounds it has to happen, this is a big IF though. Whilst the Eagles are looking solid at TE, Lyerla's potential is incredible. If Kelly can keep him in line, the Oregon product could become something big.