Meet the Eagles' 2014 draft picks
First round, 26th overall: Marcus Smith, OLB/DE, Louisville
Marcus Smith (6-3, 250) played across the defensive line at Louisville and also played some linebacker.
Second round, 42nd overall: Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt
Jordan Matthews (6-3, 212) caught 262 passes for 3,759 yards for 24 touchdowns at Vanderbilt.
Third round, 86th overall: Josh Huff, WR, Oregon
Josh Huff (5-11, 205) caught 144 passes for 2,366 yards at Oregon and had a breakthrough season last year with 62 receptions for 1,140 yards and 12 touchdowns.
Fourth round, 101st overall: Jaylen Watkins, CB, Florida
Jaylen Watkins (6-0, 187) started six games at safety and three at cornerback as a senior for Florida. He recorded 133 tackles and three interceptions in four seasons with the Gators.
Fifth round, 141st overall: Taylor Hart, DE, Oregon
Taylor Hart, the second of Chip Kelly's former Oregon players to be selected by the Eagles this year, had 16 sacks in college but is also known to excel against the run. Hart (6-6, 292) said Saturday his broken left foot, which kept him out of the Senior Bowl and combine, is fully healed.
Fifth round, 162nd overall: Ed Reynolds, S, Stanford
Last season for Stanford, Ed Reynolds (6-2, 205) had one interception -- but his tackles jumped from 47 to 86.
Seventh round, 224th overall: Beau Allen, DT, Wisconsin
Beau Allen (6-3, 330) had eight sacks over the last three years and 15 tackles for loss. His grandfather, Fred T. Westphal, was a six-time All-America swimmer at Wisconsin.