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Eagles' draft production by round

Among the issues for the Eagles when you look at their recent draft history is that they seem to be getting more production from the players they select at the bottom of the draft than at the top.

Part of that is because they have acknowledged they reached on some picks based on need rather than selecting the best player available, something they have said they will aim to correct.

When asked at the Senior Bowl about the trend – especially in the two drafts since Roseman took over for Tom Heckert, Roseman said, "That's something you have to look at."First, we've kind of overhauled our scouting staff in the last couple of years, and we've changed how we grade players and how we look at players. That's a work in progress. We feel that we're making a lot of strides. We're never going to be perfect in that regard. "

He acknowledged they might have drafted some players too high recently (such as safety Jaiquawn Jarrett, whom many observers were surprised to see go in the second round last year). Roseman said there are "times that you're pushing things up because there are [attributes] that you want" or positions where you have a need. "Those are the things that you've got to learn from and figure out," he said.

With that backdrop, we wanted to take a step back and see how the Eagles have been built, whether with players they selected or players selected by other teams, along with undrafted free agents.

Ultimately, it doesn't matter in what round you are selected, but whether you can play on Sundays, but it is interesting to look at this list.

There are 67 players on the Eagles offseason roster at this point. Of those, 46 were drafted by the Eagles or another team and 21 went undrafted. (Among that undrafted group, by the way, are Cullen Jenkins and Jason Peters.)

Of the 46 who were drafted, the Eagles have 17 players selected in the first three rounds, 19 players selected in the final three rounds and 10 players in the fourth round.

Here are the rounds they were selected:

First: 8

Second: 6

Third: 3

Fourth: 10

Fifth: 7

Sixth: 4

Seventh: 8

Here is a player-by-player breakdown:


First round

Michael Vick, 2001 (Falcons)

Nnamdi Asomugha, 2003 (Raiders)

Jason Babin, 2004 (Houston)

Mike Patterson, 2005

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, 2008 (Cardinals)

Jeremy Maclin, 2009

Brandon Graham, 2010

Danny Watkins, 2011

Second round

DeMeco Ryans, 2006 (Texans)

Darryl Tapp, 2006 (Seahawks)

DeSean Jackson, 2008

LeSean McCoy, 2009

Nate Allen, 2010

Jaiquawn Jarrett, 2011

Third round

Evan Mathis, 2005 (Panthers)

Trent Edwards, 2007 (Bills)

Curtis Marsh, 2011

Fourth round

Asante Samuel, 2003 (Patriots)

Todd Herremans, 2005

Jason Avant, 2006

Trevard Lindley, 2010

Kennan Clayton, 2010

Mike Kafka, 2010

Clay Harbor, 2010

Marty Gilyard, 2010

Alex Henery, 2011

Clay Matthews, 2011

Fifth round

Trent Cole, 2005

Brent Celek, 2007

Derek Landri, 2007 (Jacksonville)

Brandon Hughes, 2009 (Chargers)

Riley Cooper, 2010

Julian Vandervelde, 2011

Dion Lewis, 2011

Sixth round

Mike Gibson, 2008

Ronald Johnson, 2011 (Niners)

Jason Kelce, 2011

Brian Rolle, 2011

Seventh round

Demetress Bell, 2008 (Bills)

King Dunlap, 2008

Moise Fokou, 2009

Jamar Chaney, 2010

Kurt Coleman, 2010

Greg Lloyd, 2011

Stanley Havili, 2011

Steve Vallos, 2007, Seahawks


Cedric Thornton

Zane Taylor

Chas Henry

Brett Brackett

Graig Cooper

Antonio Dixon

Jon Dorenbos

Maurice Fountain

Chad Hall

Jamel Hamler

Joselio Hanson

Phillip Hunt

Cullen Jenkins

DJ Johnson

DJ Jones

Akeem Jordan

Tom Nelson

Jason Peters

Dallas Reynolds

Monte Simmons

Colt Anderson