2012 NFL Draft Grades: The Philadelphia Eagles Get High Marks From The SB Nation Studios

With the 2012 NFL Draft now in the books, grades are being given out to all of the teams for their troubles.

In our video breakdown of each team's selections Brad Wells of SB Nation gives the Philadelphia Eagles an ' A ', the highest mark for any team in the NFC East.

2012 NFL Draft Grades and Analysis: NFC East Edition (via sbnation)

Wells raves about the Eagles going out and solidifying the defense by using four of their top five picks on defense. he's also a big fan of Fletcher Cox, who is a rarity as a 4-3 defensive tackle who has the ability to push the pocket and pressure the quarterback.

Wells also approves of the Brandon Boykin pick. The Georgia star was expected by many to go on the second day but instead fell to the fifth round for Philadelphia.

Another player Wells is high on is Vinny Curry, who can come off the edge and make some plays. He's another pass-rusher to add into the mix for Andy Reid and company.

For more on the Eagles, please be sure to check out our blog Bleeding Green Nation and SB Nation Philly for all the latest news and updates.

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