Jaylen Watkins

Fourth Round, 101st overall

Position: Defensive back

College: Florida

Physique: 5-foot-11, 194 pounds

40-yard dash: 4.41 seconds

Age: 21

The skinny: Watkins can play both cornerback and safety, and the Eagles will look at him at both spots. He could also be a valuable special-teams contributor. He started in parts of three of his four seasons with Florida and rotated between cornerback and safety last season. Watkins said he feels more comfortable at cornerback. He had only three interceptions during his college career. Watkins injured his Achilles tendon at the Senior Bowl and did not participate in positional drills at the combine. He said his 40-yard dash time and his pro day were affected by the injury. Watkins is the brother of No. 4 overall pick Sammy Watkins.

Taylor Hart

Fifth round, 141st overall

Position: Defensive end

College: Oregon

Physique: 6-6, 281

40-yard dash: N/A

Age: 23

The skinny: A prototype defensive end for the Eagles' 3-4 scheme, Hart played for Chip Kelly at Oregon and is close with defensive line coach Jerry Azzinaro. He started his final three seasons for the Ducks and had 61/2 tackles for a loss and 31/2 sacks as a senior. Kelly expects Hart to have a grasp of the Eagles defense upon his arrival. Hart broke his left foot in January and missed the Senior Bowl and combine. The Eagles brought him in for a medical evaluation, and Hart said he is fully healthy.

Ed Reynolds

Fifth round, 162d overall

Position: Safety

College: Stanford

Physique: 6-1, 207

40-yard dash: 4.57 seconds

Age: 22

The skinny: Reynolds was one of the nation's most productive safeties the last two seasons, twice earning first-team all-Pac 12 honors. He has good size for the position, although he is believed to lack elite athleticism. Reynolds made six interceptions and returned three for scores in 2012. He had just one interception in 2013, and he attributed the decline to quarterbacks' testing him less often. Reynolds improved from 47 to 87 tackles in 2013. He missed 2011 with a knee injury, and left Stanford with one year of eligibility remaining. Reynolds is the son of an NFL linebacker by the same name.

Beau Allen

Seventh round, 224th overall

Position: Defensive tackle

College: Wisconsin

Physique: 6-2, 333

40-yard dash: N/A

Age: 22

The skinny: A big-bodied nose tackle, Allen has experience in a 3-4 defensive front and adds depth to the line. He started the last two seasons for Wisconsin and was recruited out of high school by Azzinaro. Allen had eight sacks during his college career and 15 tackles for a loss. He was named honorable-mention all-Big Ten the last two seasons. If he makes the roster, he can be a space-eating run-stuffer.   - Zach BermanEndText