If the Eagles stick to Roseman's vow to take the best player available instead of reaching for need, we might be looking at a defensive tackle at 15 and who-knows-what at 46 and 51. It would be nice if the best player available at one of those spots happened to be a big wideout with talent, and the other an impact linebacker.
Fans are worried about the safety position, but I don't see a lot of help coming there. Fifteenth overall is probably too soon to take Alabama's Mark Barron, the best of a weak safety crop in this draft. That would be reaching for need again. If the Birds could draft a defensive tackle like Fletcher Cox or a wide receiver like Michael Floyd at 15, then somehow turn those two second-rounders into a first-rounder in the 20s and take Barron, that might be OK. But I think Nate Allen can be a very good player, and even if Jaiquawn Jarrett doesn't work out, Kurt Coleman is a decent strong safety. I dunno if I would expend key resources for Barron.
There has been a lot of talk about whether the Birds will draft a quarterback. I can't imagine Ryan Tannehill will be there at 15th overall, and there is no other QB I'd take that high. (Of course, I'm assuming Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III will go first and second overall.) How about somebody like Kirk Cousins or Brandon Weeden in the second round? I could see that.
If the Eagles were somehow to take a quarterback 15th overall, that would be a strong sign they expect Andy Reid and Marty Mornhinweg to be here to develop him. A second-round QB would be much less of a signal.