Through three rounds of the NFL draft, the Philadelphia Eagles have added an offensive tackle, a playmaking tight end and powerful nose tackle. All three have the potential to start from week one on Chip Kelly's new roster.
With six picks on day three, including four in the final seven rounds, the Eagles can afford to take some chances. For example, last year the team grabbed running back Bryce Brown in the seventh round, a player who barely played throughout his college career. Brown has since proven to be one of the more talented backup running backs in the National Football League.
The focus tomorrow should just be on grabbing the best players available. The Eagles were 4-12 in 2012 and they have numerous holes in their roster, despite an impressive free agency period and three solid picks in the draft.
The following slides will predict the team's six picks on Saturday.