Written by Ray Butler –Ā @RayButlerII

The thirdĀ installment of a three-part series previewing the 2015 Eagles’ Draft.

Hypothetical Draft Outcomes

Below, I listed a few different hypothetical draft outcomes for the Eagles based on players I believe the team will target.

Hypothetical Draft One

First round pick: The Eagles trade down to the mid-20s and select USC WR Nelson Agholor. The Eagles also acquire a fourth round pick in the trade.

Second round pick: The Eagles trade up into the 30s and select Utah CB/S Eric Rowe. The Eagles trade away their second round pick and the fourth round pick they acquired in the first round.

Third round pick (84th overall): The Eagles select LSU DE Danielle Hunter.

Fourth round pick (113th overall): The Eagles select Penn State S Adrian Amos.

Fifth round pick (145th overall): The Eagles select Georgia Tech WR Darren Waller.

Fifth round pick (156th overall): The Eagles select Syracuse OL Sean Hickey.

Sixth round pick (195th overall): The Eagles select Delaware TE Nick Boyle.

Seventh round pick (237th overall): The Eagles select Southeastern Louisiana QB Bryan Bennett.

Hypothetical Draft Two

First round pick (20th overall): The Eagles select UConn CB/S Byron Jones.

Second round pick: The Eagles trade up to around pick 40 and select Miami WR Phillip Dorsett. The Eagles trade away their second round pick and one of their fifth round picks.

Third round pick (84th overall): The Eagles select Baylor QB Bryce Petty.

Fourth round pick (113th overall): The Eagles select Oregon CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu.

Fifth round pick: The Eagles select Syracuse OL Sean Hickey.

Sixth round pick (195th overall): The Eagles select Arizona WR Austin Hill.

Seventh round pick (237th overall): The Eagles select Oregon OLB Tony Washington.

Hypothetical Draft Three

First round pick (20th overall): The Eagles select UConn CB/S Byron Jones.

First round pick: The Eagles trade back into the first round and select USC WR Nelson Agholor in the mid-20s. The Eagles trade away their second and third round picks.

Fourth round pick (113th overall): The Eagles select Oregon CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu.

Fifth round pick (145th overall): The Eagles select Texas OLB Jordan Hicks.

Fifth round pick (156th overall): The Eagles select Syracuse OL Sean Hickey.

Sixth round pick (195th overall: The Eagles select West Virginia WR Mario Alford.

Seventh round pick (237th overall): The Eagles select Southeastern Louisiana QB Bryan Bennett.

Hypothetical Draft Four

First round pick: The Eagles trade down to the mid-20s and select USC WR Nelson Agholor. The Eagles also acquire a fourth round pick in the trade.

Second round pick (52nd overall): The Eagles select UCLA QB Brett Hundley.

Third round pick (84th overall): The Eagles select Oregon State CB Steven Nelson.

Fourth round pick (113th overall): The Eagles select Kansas State WR Tyler Lockett.

Fourth round pick: The Eagles select Penn State S Adrian Amos.

Fifth round pick (145th overall): The Eagles select Texas OLB Jordan Hicks.

Fifth round pick (156th overall): The Eagles select Syracuse OL Sean Hickey.

Sixth round pick (195th overall): The Eagles select Delaware TE Nick Boyle.

Seventh round pick (237th overall): The Eagles select Oregon S Erick Dargan.

The ā€œIt is Happeningā€ Hypothetical Draft

First round pick: The Eagles trade up to the number 2 overall pick and select Oregon QB Marcus Mariota. The Eagles trade away Fletcher Cox, Sam Bradford, Brandon Boykin, their first round pick, their second round pick, their third round pick, and a 2016 second round pick.

Fourth round pick (113th overall): The Eagles select Oregon CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu.

Fourth round pick: The Eagles trade back into the fourth round and select Penn State S Adrian Amos. The Eagles receive also receive a fifth round pick. The Eagles trade away ILB Mychal Kendricks and a 2016 sixth round pick.

Fifth round pick (145th overall): The Eagles select Nebraska WR Kenny Bell.

Fifth round pick (156th overall): The Eagles select Texas OLB Jordan Hicks.

Fifth round pick: The Eagles select Syracuse OL Sean Hickey.

Sixth round pick: The Eagles select Delaware TE Nick Boyle.

Seventh round pick: The Eagles select Norfolk State DE Lynden Trail.

I hope you have found this draft overview to be insightful or useful in one way or another. Feel free to contact me with any questions or comments you may have. You can drop me a tweet at @RayButlerII or email me at rb928@msstate.edu.

 

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