The first round of the NFL draft is complete, with the big surprise being West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith, who did not hear his name called by any team throughout the night.
Other surprises included the surprise fall by defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd and the selection of EJ Manuel by the Buffalo Bills as the only quarterback in the first round.
For the Eagles, the first round was considered a big success. Not only did they grab offensive tackle Lane Johnson with the fourth pick, but they will have their pick of a number of quarterbacks near the top of the second round. Whether it be Smith, Ryan Nassib or Matt Barkley, the Eagles should be able to grab their future signal-caller without having to move up into the first round.
The following slides will highlight my predictions for the team's final six rounds of the draft, beginning with their 35th overall selection and ending with their four picks in the seventh round.