The 2012 combine has come and gone and every coach, general manager and scout now has a better idea of the value of each prospect. The 40-yard dash and how many times each player can bench press 225 pounds isn't the final say on each prospect, but each individual drill gives scouts and coaches a better understanding of what these guys can do physically on the football field.
Most players put up numbers that were expected. Some players greatly exceeded expectations, some were slower then previously though and couple players have greatly lowered their draft stock.
The combine also serves as a great opportunity to get to know what the players are like beyond physically. The combine isn't the final say on how good these prospects really are and where they should be drafted, but it gives teams a better understanding on just how high their ceiling is.
The Eagles should take away the most from these 10 draft prospects and potential Eagles.