Eagles’ 2007 Draft Class Will Take Center Stage in 2010

April 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Don't worry Brent, we'll be watching you closely.

They say it takes three years to evaluate a draft class, so now with the 2009 season in the rearview mirror the 2007 class has had their three years. However, it might not be fair to look back on this class just yet.

Kevin Kolb, the first Eagles selection in '07, has only started two games in those three years while he waited behind Donovan McNabb. Only now is he getting the opportunity to show what he can really do as he will have a full offseason as the team's starter and will have, at least, 16 games to prove his worth.

Stewart Bradley and Brent Celek, taken in the third and fifth rounds respectively, have each shown flashes of superstar ability, but must do it again if they're going to be taken seriously as elite players in this league.

Both did very well in their first season as the starter, but anyone can have one good year and then fall off. These two young guys have a lot to prove,...

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