Fourth round (No. 98 overall)

Matt Barkley, quarterback, Southern California

6-foot-2, 227 pounds. ... Acquired the draft slot in a trade with Jacksonville on Saturday. ... Fourth quarterback to be drafted by the Eagles since 2007. Only Nick Foles remains on the team. ... First Southern Cal player to be drafted by the Eagles since fullback Stanley Havili (seventh round) in 2011. ... Considered in some circles to be the best quarterback in the draft. ... Missed the final two games of his senior season with a sprained shoulder. ... Four-year starter for Trojans who threw for 12,327 yards with 116 touchdown passes and 48 interceptions. ... Considered a terrific leader. ... Lack of arm strength is a concern. ... Could wind up being the Eagles' starter this year.

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Fifth round (No. 136 overall)

Earl Wolff, safety, North Carolina State

5-foot-11, 209 pounds. ... Fourth safety drafted by Eagles since 2010. ... First N.C. State player drafted by Eagles since safety Mike Reid (third round) in 1993. ... His mother, Sharon Davis, is a Philadelphia native and a master sergeant in the National Guard. ... Led the Wolfpack with 119 tackles as a senior in 13 games. ... Outstanding speed and leaping ability and is a solid tackler. ... Sometimes too aggressive and not very good in man-to-man coverage. ... Will compete for a roster spot and possibly play special teams.

Seventh round (No. 212 overall)

Joe Kruger, defensive end, Utah

6-foot-6, 269 pounds. ... Second defensive lineman drafted by the Eagles this week. ...First Utah player drafted by the Eagles since defensive end John Frank (sixth round) in 2000. ... Younger brother of former Ravens defensive lineman Paul Kruger. ... Brother-in-law Tony Bergstrom was third-round pick of Oakland last year. ... Only played two seasons of college football and is just 21 years old. ... Should compete for a roster spot.

Seventh round (No. 218 overall)

Jordan Poyer, cornerback/returner, Oregon State

6-foot, 191 pounds. ... Seventh cornerback drafted by Eagles since 2007. ... First Oregon State player drafted by the Eagles since defensive lineman Paul Carberry (10th round) in 1987. ... Drafted by the Miami Marlins in 2009 and briefly played baseball for Oregon State. ... Arrested last May for being underage in a bar. ... Physical cornerback and very good returner. ... Could be a top special-teams player.

Seventh round (No. 239 overall)

David King, defensive end/tackle, Oklahoma

6-foot-5, 285 pounds. ... Collegiate teammate of Eagles first-round draft pick Lane Johnson. ... Versatile lineman who played both inside and outside for the Sooners. Played two games at tackle and 10 at end for the Sooners in 2012. ... Posted 27 tackles and 11/2 sacks in 2012. ... Will team with Kruger to provide depth behind Fletcher Cox, Cedric Thornton and third-round draft pick Bennie Logan.

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