The Philadelphia Eagles are in a rare position this offseason where they can really move up in any round to acquire the dream targets in the 2012 NFL Draft to really take the next step as a true Super Bowl contender. The Eagles currently have one pick in the first round, two in the second round, possibly two in the third after they trade Asante Samuel and two more picks in the fourth round. They also have a pick in the fifth round and three more in the sixth round.
That is 10 picks in the first six rounds, and possibly seven in the first four rounds depending on what happens with Asante Samuel this offseason. This gives the Eagles plenty of ammo to trade up and go after their most desired targets in any given round.
The Eagles aren't a team right now that needs a ton of young talent. Just about every position is loaded with young talent. Defensive tackle and offensive tackle could use some more depth, while wide receiver and middle linebacker depend on what happens during free agency.
The 2012 draft could be a pretty spectacular one for Philly. They have the ammo to bring in some pretty special prospects in—it's just a matter of Andy Reid and company pulling the trigger.