After finishing 7-9 in Doug Pederson and rookie quarterback Carson Wentz's first NFL seasons, the Eagles will look to bolster the talent pool on both sides of the football this offseason, and the No. 14 pick (or No. 15, depending on the coin toss) will be pivotal to that task.2017 is a litmus test offseason for Eagles' Howie Roseman
One year after Eagles vice president of football operations Howie Roseman boldly traded up to the No. 2 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft to acquire Wentz, Roseman and a revamped personnel department including Joe Douglas and Andy Weidl are tasked with arming Wentz with the requisite weapons to compete.
Many of the early projections have the Eagles brass investing the No. 14/15 overall pick on the defensive side of the football with cornerback being a popular projection for the team's first-round pick.
Here is a list tracking the projections for the Eagles' first-round selection in April's NFL Draft, which will be updated periodically in the run up to the NFL Draft set to begin on April 27 in Philadelphia on the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art:
* NFL.com's Lance Zierlein (February): FSU RB Dalvin Cook
* Sporting News' Vinny Iyer (February): Western Michigan WR Corey Davis
* CBS Sports' Rob Rang (February): Western Michigan WR Corey Davis
* NJ Advance Media's James Kratch (February): Florida CB Teez Tabor
* NFL.com's Chad Reuter (February): Western Michigan WR Corey Davis
* ESPN'S Mel Kiper (February): Clemson WR Mike Williams
* NJ Advance Media's Matt Lombardo (February): Washington CB Sidney Jones
* WalterFootball.com (February): USC CB Adoree Jackson
* NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah (February): Washington CB Sidney Jones
* ESPN's Todd McShay (February): Florida CB Jalen Tabor
* Sports Illustrated's Chris Burke (February): Florida State RB Dalvin Cook
Eagles 7-round mock draft
* NFL.com's Lance Zierlein (February): Alabama CB Marlon Humphrey
* NJ Advance Media's Eliot Shorr-Parks (February): Florida State RB Dalvin Cook
* NFL.com's Bucky Brooks (January): Florida CB Jalen Tabor
* ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. (January): Florida CB Quincy Wilson
* Daniel Jeremiah (NFL Network): Clemson WR Mike Williams
* NJ Advance Media's Eliot Shorr-Parks (January): Florida State RB Dalvin Cook
* Walter Football: Florida CB Quincy Wilson
* Pro Football Focus (January): Clemson CB Cordrea Tankersley
* CBS Sports' Dane Brugler (January): Alabama CB Marlon Humphrey
* NJ Advance Media's Matt Lombardo (January) : Washington CB Sidney Jones
* NJ Advance Media's Mark Eckel (January): Florida CB Teez Tabor
* NJ Advance Media's Eliot Shorr-Parks (December): Washington CB Sidney Jones
* ESPN's Todd McShay (December): Florida CB Teez Tabor
Matt Lombardo may be reached at MDLombardo@yahoo.com. Follow him on Twitter @MattLombardo975.
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