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30. Danny Watkins, Guard: I actually think there's a chance that the team's first-round draft pick from 2011 has a chance to salvage his career, although he's facing an uphill battle to earn another starting job. It took Brandon Graham two years to become a star. Maybe the same awaits Danny Watkins. A new head coach, offensive coordinator and position coach can't hurt either.
29. Isaac Sopoaga, Nose Tackle: The only true nose tackle on the roster, Sopoaga brings years of experience playing for the San Francisco 49ers. He suffered through his worst season in 2012, but if he can serve as a one-year stopgap on the defensive line, he will have done his job.
28. Vinny Curry, Defensive End: Last year's second-round draft pick found himself buried on the depth chart for the majority of the season, despite the incredible struggles by the team's defense (and particularly the defensive line). Curry played in just 89 snaps in 2012 but will be given an opportunity to compete for a starting spot in 2013.
27. James Casey, Tight End: Casey is the type of versatile player that Kelly loves. He can line up in the backfield and wide receiver, as well as tight end. He'll likely be the team's third tight end in 2013, but he could still catch 25 to 30 passes.
26. Matt Barkley, Quarterback: Obviously Barkley hasn't played a down yet, but the sky is the limit for the rookie quarterback. Don't be surprised if he gives Michael Vick and Nick Foles a run for their money when it comes to the battle for the starting job.
25. Brandon Boykin, Cornerback: The Eagles' nickel corner in 2012, Boykin displayed lots of potential and tremendous athletic ability, especially in a victory against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 2. He will likely be the team's third corner again in 2013.
24. Patrick Chung, Safety: A former standout at the University of Oregon, Chung had his fair share of inconsistencies with the New England Patriots. He's a very physical player with a good nose for the ball, but he's had issues staying healthy.
23. Bradley Fletcher, Cornerback: Physical and a solid cover corner, Fletcher found himself as a nickel corner in St. Louis after the emergence of rookie Janoris Jenkins alongside stud free-agent signing Cortland Finnegan. Expect Fletcher to win the starting job in 2013 opposite Cary Williams.
22. Mychal Kendricks, Linebacker: An up-and-down rookie season for Kendricks shouldn't be any cause for concern. Expect him to be a starter in 2013, and don't be surprised if he turns in a breakout season.
21. Lane Johnson, Offensive Tackle: The team's first-round draft pick in 2013 hasn't even set foot on the field yet, but he is expected to start immediately at right tackle. Obviously, expectations are high for the athletic former college quarterback. But until he actually plays or learns the offense, he can't be ranked higher than 21.