Originally posted on insider.espn.go.com  |  Last updated 10/31/13

Most people don't have acceess to this article because it's an ESPN Insider piece, but Mel Kiper breaks down the top 25 Players to come out in the draft. Since a lot of you don't believe in Foles I figured I should give you an update on where Kiper see's the QB's in this class.

1. Clowney (Best player coming out is a beast of a DE) 

2. Teddy Bridgewater - " still have him just ahead of Marcus Mariota among QBs, but it's basically a toss-up. Bridgewater has looked comfortable most of the time, but some of that just raises questions about the competition. He does have great poise and increased polish. He moves his eyes quickly and often scans the whole field. When he sees a target, he has a quick release, plenty of arm strength and good ball placement. I really like how he calibrates his throws, not using too much arm when he doesn't need to."

5. Marcus Mariotta - "Rare athletic gifts combined with great decision making and talent as a passer. He's a passer first and looks to take apart defenses with his arm, and with patience, before he takes off. In the mold of a Colin Kaepernick, he uses his legs to extend the passing game first. He was a bit off-rhythm with some throws early in the season, but Oregon also has had some drops. There's no telling how high Mariota could go as his passing skills become more refined."

18. Johnny Manziel - "In some ways this season has been even better than last. Manziel has shown an ability to beat any defense. He extends plays with his legs, does a fantastic job of scanning the whole field, has tremendous touch and would deliver strikes with more velocity if he kept his feet underneath him consistently. I think he's also underrated in his willingness to make the right throw versus always going for the big play. The highlights are surrounded by a lot of smart plays."

19. Brett Hundley - "He's had some uneven weeks against good defenses lately. Hundley is supremely gifted when it comes to raw tools -- his arm strength is obvious, and he might be ahead of schedule in terms of his ability to make plays when a play falls apart. He'll just want to improve his command on throws. He does a good job and is ahead of schedule with his pocket presence and the ability to move well away from pressure with his eyes down the field."

At this point it's pretty safe to say we are not getting: Bridgewater or Mariotta unless we trade our Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth & First rounder for him! lol So what do you expect the Eagles to do?

Also Note receivers: 13. Marqise Lee  14. Sammy Watkins are the only two WR's Kiper puts in the top 25 


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