Despite a dismal 4-12 season in 2012, the Philadelphia Eagles have lots of room for optimism heading into 2013.
It begins with new head coach Chip Kelly, who established himself as an offensive genius while at the University of Oregon. Kelly inked a five-year deal as the team's new head coach in January.
Kelly did an impressive job of adding a number of potential starters in 2013 through the early days of free agency, particularly on the defensive side of the ball.
But don't be fooled. The Eagles still have many holes. Right now, they look like a seven- or eight-win team, but a solid draft could turn them into a potential playoff contender this season.
The following slides will highlight the best available player for the Eagles at each position. With the fourth overall pick, the Eagles should be able to grab at least one of these players.