This isn't the multiple GM mock I was in. I made all the selections in this one. I didn't do any trades. That would just make things complicated and result in me screwing up the draft order. Here's how things turned out for the Eagles:
1-15: Luke Kuechly 6-3 242 LB Boston College
Comments: Goes against Eagles' past draft philosophy but clearly is best player on the board and hopefully Eagles realize that the wide-nine scheme requires a higher talent level at LB than past schemes.
2-46: Brandon Thompson 6-2 314 DT Clemson
Comments: Versatile enough to play the NT role or the UT role in the wide-nine. Will probably initially get snaps behind Jenkins(if he's active on game day - the other 4 guys are pretty good) but could take over the NT spot next year depending on what happens with Patterson(aging, salary cap hit getting bigger) and Dixon/Landri(both on 1-year deals)
2-51: Brandon Boykin 5-10 182 CB/KR Georgia
Comments: Ideal slot CB with added KR value.
3-88: Marvin McNutt 6-3 216 WR Iowa
Comments: Red-zone weapon WR. Upgrade from Cooper at #4 WR.
4-114: Malik Jackson 6-5 284 DE/DT Tennessee
Comments: Could slim down and focus mainly on DE(taking Tapp's job) or stay the same size or add a little weight and work behind Jenkins at UT.
5-153: Nate Potter 6-6 303 T/G Boise State
Comments: Seems like a good fit for Mudd's scheme. Needs to add strength.
6-172: B.J. Coleman 6-3 234 QB Tenn-Chattanooga
Comments: Developmental QB to challenge Edwards for #3.
6-194: Adam Gettis 6-2 293 G/C Iowa
Comments: Again, ideal fit for Mudd scheme. Didn't like any of the RBs or Ss I had available.
6-200: Evan Rodriguez 6-2 243 H-B Temple
Comments: Can challenge Havili at FB or be #3 guy if they keep 3 TEs. Reid always seems to go for at least one local player.