Philadelphia Eagles: 10 Most Underrated Draft Picks of the Andy Reid Era

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Philadelphia Eagles: 10 Most Underrated Draft Picks of the Andy Reid Era
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Say what you want about the success of Andy Reid's recent early draft picks, the man knows how to identify late-round talent and develop them into quality starters for years to come. Players like Nate Allen, Jaiquawn Jarret, Brandon Graham and Curtis Marsh havn't had the early success that some fans expected, but the Eagles have still had late-round success with players like Kurt Coleman, Jason Kelce and Brian Rolle.

Andy Reid has been something of a draft whiz since becoming the Eagles head coach in 1999. Since he drafted his first pick, Donovan McNabb, to some of his late-round success late April, Reid has owned the NFL Draft.

The Eagles have actually had more success in the latter rounds under Reid then in the early rounds. Here are 10 examples of Reid's draft mastery.

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