One of the biggest reasons for the Philadelphia Eagles' surprise division title during the 2013 season was the emergence of their rookie class.
Right tackle Lane Johnson, taken fourth overall, established himself as a future franchise tackle, opening holes for All-Pro running back LeSean McCoy. Tight end Zach Ertz looks like a Pro Bowler in the making, while defensive lineman Bennie Logan played well enough that the Eagles traded away veteran Isaac Sopoaga midway through the season.
Quarterback Matt Barkley struggled when he played but still has a bright future and will compete for the backup spot this offseason. And safety Earl Wolff took over the starting job from free-agent signing Patrick Chung.
In all, it's a very optimistic future for the Eagles draft class. But it's not perfect. There are still a few ways it could be better.
The following slides will re-draft the entire 2013 class for the Eagles, all eight players, starting with the fourth overall pick and ending with two picks in the seventh round.