2012 NFL Draft: 5 Senior Bowl Studs Who Should Be on Philadelphia Eagles' Radar

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2012 NFL Draft: 5 Senior Bowl Studs Who Should Be on Philadelphia Eagles' Radar
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Senior Bowl week was a very beneficial one for several players.

While first-round locks Michael Floyd of Notre Dame and Devon Still of Penn State decided not to compete in Mobile, Alabama, several college seniors took advantage of the extra attention from NFL scouts, and greatly increased their draft stocks.

Until free agency gets underway and over with, we really don't know what route the Eagles will go early in the draft. Wide receiver, middle linebacker and cornerback could become more or less of a need depending on what happens in early March.

The Eagles could lose DeSean Jackson, sign a veteran middle linebacker or any other veteran who would greatly change their draft strategy. Until then, every position outside of kicker and punter could become a major need for the Eagles. 

There isn't a player who thrived during Senior Bowl week that the Eagles shouldn't be taking notice of. Here are five players that the Eagles should be moving up on their draft board and seriously consider taking in less then 90 days.

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