We've seen it before: late-round draft picks that either become stars or play well enough to make significant contributions.
Granted, there are others who are never heard from again.
The Philadelphia Eagles are coming off a season where they can use all the help they can get, whether through free agency or the draft.
Specifically in the 2013 NFL draft, interestingly enough, the Eagles waited until later rounds to address arguably their two biggest positional needs: safety and cornerback.
We have a firm understanding of how the Eagles' first three picks fit in and what Matt Barkley brings to the table, but let's delve into Philadelphia's last four picks and how they fit into the new system.