Here is a rundown of the rest of the Eagles picks, highlighted by the 'Donovan McNabb pick,' in early 2nd rounder Nate Allen, safety, from South Florida.
2nd round- Nate Allen, S, South Florida
3rd round- Daniel Te'o-Nesheim, DE, Washington
4th round- Trevard Lindley, CB, Kentucky
4th round- Keenan Clayton, LB, Oklahoma
4th round- Michael Kafka, QB, Northwestern
4th round- Clay Harbor, TE, Southwest Missouri State
5th round- Ricky Sapp, DE, Clemson
5th round- Riley Cooper, WR, Florida
6th round- Charles Scott, RB, LSU
7th round- Jamar Chaney, LB, Mississippi State
7th round- Jeffrey Owens, DT, Georgia
7th round- Kurt Coleman, S, Ohio State
Overall, I am not a huge fan of this draft for the Philadelphia Eagles. I am unsure of the Brandon Graham pick, when they still had Derrick Morgan and Earl Thomas on the board. I also personally would rather have Taylor Mays than Nate Allen. That's not to say that Graham and Allen are bad players or will be busts, they can be very effective.
I also don't see a need for all the defensive ends to be chosen. I also think that the Eagles really needed to take an offensive lineman fairly early. Even when the Eagles had their offensive line set for the next season, Andy Reid usually stick took a couple O lineman. Now, when we need offensive line help, especially on the interior, we don't take a single one.
Obviously, I am no draft expert, so I don't know much about most of these players, any of them could be busts, and any of them could be future pro-bowlers, but just looking at the draft as a whole, I can't say I am content with it.