The Eagles selected 9 total players in their 2012 draft class. See every guy who will be "putting the wings on" this fall along with a short scouting report on each.
Round 1 - Fletcher Cox, DT, Mississippi St. - Eagles traded up to grab arguably the highest rated DL in the draft. Cox played all over the Bulldogs defensive line, but will play DT for the Eagles. He is an active, penetrating defender who should fit very well in Jim Washburn's wide 9.
Round 2 - Mychal Kendricks, LB, Cal - Kendricks was one of the stars of the combine this year dominating the rest of the LBs in virtually every workout. He's got the stats and game tape to back up the combine performance as well. He was named Pac-12 defensive player of the year as a Senior and his 36.5 tackles for a loss are a school record.
Round 2 - Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall - Great value pick by the Eagles here. Curry was a sack machine at Marshall recording 23 over the last two seasons. As a bonus, he also grew up an Eagles fan in Neptune, NJ.
Round 3 - Nick Foles, QB, Arizona - We know that Andy Reid loves drafting QBs, so this isn't a shock pick. Foles has great size at 6-5, 243 and is an accurate thrower with a big arm. What he does not have is mobility. He's basically a statue in the pocket. The Eagles haven't developed any starters with these mid round QB picks, but they have had success trading them for value later.
Round 4 - Brandon Boykin, CB/KR, Georgia - One of the best athletes in the draft, Boykin played slot corner at Georgia and was one of the most dangerous return men in the nation. He even played some offense for the Bulldogs, so he's certainly an exciting guy overall. The problem is that he's very small at 5-9, 182 and probably will never be able to match up with bigger NFL WRs.
Round 5 - Dennis Kelly, OT, Purdue - A big guy with a 6-8 frame that will likely continue to fill out. He needs to get stronger and refine his technique at the NFL level. As a depth/developmental pick he'll get that chance.
Round 6 - Marvin McNutt Jr, WR, Iowa - An extremely productive WR at Iowa who caught 84 passes for over 1,300 yards and 12 TDs last season. He's a converted QB who only moved to WR in 2009. He's got ideal size at 6-3 and good intangibles as he was Iowa's captain last season. Not elite speed and isn't a fully polished route runner.
Round 6 - Brandon Washington, OL, Miami - Was once one of the more highly sought after OL recruits coming into college but never quite developed into the elite LT some thought he would be. In the NFL he will transition to guard and should fit well in Howard Mudd's scheme. He likes to pull and is familiar with zone blocking schemes.
Round 7 - Bryce Brown, RB, Kansas State - An extremely speculative pick on a guy who was more highly rated out of high school than Alabama's Trent Richardson, but never put it together in college. After one year at Tennessee, he transferred back home to Kansas State where he carried the ball only three times in 2 years.