Poyer was once viewed as a potential second or third-round pick, but began to tumble down boards after a disappointing combine.
Poyer was extremely productive at Oregon State and a leader on the Beavers' impressive defense.
However, Poyer lacks the measurables of an impact NFL player, which led to his fall down the draft boards of NFL teams. Predicting Poyer's future is tough because his physical limitations suggest he doesn't belong at this level, but his production rivals just about that of any defensive back in this year's class.
Players with Poyer's limited physical tools reach their ceiling eventually, so has Poyer already reached his, or will he continue to outperform his combine numbers?
The Eagles signed Cary Williams and Bradley Fletcher this offseason and already have Brandon Boykin on the roster as the nickel corner. So it will be tough for Poyer to see any significant playing time.
Poyer will complete with Trevard Lindley, Curtis Marsh and Brandon Hughes for the final roster spots at cornerback.
Realistically, Poyer may end up on the practice squad.
Poyer landed in a crowded secondary, so it wasn't the ideal fit for him. But from the Eagles standpoint, he was well worth the gamble in the seventh round.
Seventh round picks rarely pan out, so it's never the wrong move to target an extremely productive collegiate player.