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The Eagles have nine selections in the 2013 NFL draft, which begins April 25. They own one pick in each of the first five rounds and four seventh-round picks (one of which is compensatory). Here is my mock draft of the first five picks:
1. Pick No. 4: Eric Fisher, OT, CMU, 6-7/306
Great feet. His arrow is still pointing upward. Can be trusted to protect the blindside. Reps in a pro environment will only enhance his skill set. Is the type of player that looks like he belongs on day one. Has the potential to develop into the best tackle from this draft class.
2. Pick No. 35: Margus Hunt, DE, SMU, 6-8/277
Native of Estonia. Has played football only four years. An absolute nightmare to block. Height gives him leverage advantages that make him hard to handle. A long-strider who has little wasted motion.
3. Pick No. 67: Shawn Williams, SS, Georgia, 6-0/213
Physical player that loves to come up and hit. Could be used as an in-the-box safety. Coverage skills are adequate. Usually takes proper angles. Needs to wrap-up better as a tackler.
4. Pick No. 101: Zac Dysert, QB, Miami (Ohio), 6-3/231
Three-time captain who passed for more than 12,000 yards. Needs to spend a year learning the system, but has intriguing potential. Seemed to overcompensate at times for a weak supporting cast. Threw more than 1,600 career passes and was sacked an astounding 159 times (51 times in 2009; 35 in 2012). Has some gunslinger in him. Confident delivery and accurate ball placement, which leads to YAC opportunities. Can make plays with his arm outside the pocket. Would be an intriguing first-year project for Chip Kelly as the coach sets out to mold his quarterback of the future.
5. Pick No. 136: Kevin Reddick, ILB, North Carolina, 6-1/243
Good size for the position. Started four years at UNC. Has some hesitation in his game that too often makes him look average. When he really cuts loose and plays instinctively he looks like a playmaker. Athletic enough to fall back in coverage. A good value pick to groom behind DeMeco Ryans inside.