PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Hall Of Fame NFL analyst and the most respected Eagles guru Ray Didinger answered draft questions in a live draft on Friday afternoon.

At the end of the draft, Didinger projected the entire Eagles’ 2015 draft. You can see his picks below:

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Round 1 (No. 20) — Landon Collins, S, Alabama

Round 2 (No. 52) — Breshad Perriman, WR, UCF

Round 3 (No. 84) — A.J. Cann, G, South Carolina

Round 4 (No. 113) — Eric Rowe, CB, Utah

Round 5 (No. 145) — Robby Havenstein, OT, Wisconsin

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Round 5 (No. 156) — Nick Boyle, TE, Delaware

Round 6 (No. 196) — Martell Spaight, OLB, Arkansas

Round 7 (No. 237 — Devante Davis, WR, UNLV

 

Didinger said he thinks the Eagles’ plan all along is to try and get Marcus Mariota to run their offense. He also said, it’s very possible Mychal Kendricks will be traded during the draft and he should provide at least a second-round pick in return.

According to Didinger, it would be a drastic mistake if the Eagles do not address offensive line for the second straight season.

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You can see the full Eagles draft chat here.