The Philadelphia Eagles have already made a slew of intriguing moves this offseason.
They finally parted ways with long-time head coach Andy Reid, who immediately signed with the Kansas City Chiefs. They brought on Oregon Ducks coach Chip Kelly to install his explosive offense at the NFL level. And just recently, they reached an agreement on a one-year deal with veteran quarterback Michael Vick.
The Eagles have several months to take a look at their roster before the NFL draft takes place. After finishing 4-12 in 2012, Kelly has a lot of work to do to get Philly back on the right track. Holes are everywhere on both the offensive and defensive side of the football, and the draft will be a big way to fix that.
The NFL Scouting Combine later this month will show the football world what many of the game’s top collegiate prospects can do. Players like Geno Smith, Manti Te’o and Matt Barkley could conceivably see their stock skyrocket or drop based on their measurables. Tests like the 40-yard dash and measurables like height and weight will drastically affect the stock of every player looking to get drafted.
Here are seven prospects who could rise or fall up the Eagles' draft board depending on their performance at the combine.