My best-case scenario is about as set in stone as the Cleveland Browns' starting quarterback spot. But, as of today, it looks something like this...
For me, safety is the deepest position in this draft that the Eagles need, so it's a toss-up between defensive end and outside linebacker.
It's a tough call, as OLBs like Bowman could be still be available in the second round, but at DE, Hardy has injury question marks.
Even so, Weatherspoon seems like the most consistent player likely to be available and his leadership skills put him over the top.
Round One—Sean Weatherspoon
Round Two—Greg Hardy
Round Three—Myron Rolle
Round Three—Dominique Franks
McNabb to Cleveland—Eric Berry or Joe Haden
McNabb to Arizona/Minnesota—Carlos Dunlap, even though the idea of swapping McNabb with Dunlap doesn't exactly fill me with joy.
Vick to St. Louis—Jahvid Best or Eric Bowman (Even with the inclusion of Weatherspoon, the chance to completely overhaul the linebacker corp would be great, with Witherspoon rotating in and out).
I'm realistic enough to know that my predictions could be (and probably will be) completely wrong, so no need to burn me with insults.
I'm just going to give a quick shout out to NFL analyst Mike Carlson, who was the only person I know who successfully predicted that Jeremy Maclin would fall to the Eagles last year out of the thousands of mock drafts I'd seen.