Chip Kelly's first draft as the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles is complete.
On paper, it appears that the new Eagles coach made some pretty exceptional picks, but of course, we'll never know until the players take the field. Even then, it usually takes three to four years to accurately judge a draft class.
The Eagles' draft produced a starter at right tackle, a playmaking tight end, a potential starter at defensive end, a potential starter at quarterback and depth at safety, defensive end, defensive tackle and cornerback.
But there are still a few remaining roster spots to fill on this team, which can be done by adding undrafted free agents (at this point, the Eagles have already added one in running back Miguel Maysonet).
The following slides will highlight five positions where the Eagles could still look to add more talent.