Top draft targets for Eagles

Devin Smith could fill the Eagles' void as a downfield vertical threat at wide receiver. Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

The Philadelphia Eagles have been one of the NFL's most active teams this offseason. From trading star running back LeSean McCoy to Buffalo for linebacker Kiko Alonso, to signing Seahawks cornerback Byron Maxwell to a huge deal, to swapping quarterback Nick Foles for Sam Bradford with St. Louis, head coach Chip Kelly has continued to be active in revamping the Eagles' roster on the offensive side of the ball.

There is still one big need to be filled, at outside wide receiver following the departure of Jeremy Maclin to Kansas City, and the Eagles could afford to add depth to their offensive line.

Here is a look at possible prospects at each position the Eagles could target in the draft (assuming Philadelphia opts not to move up to draft Marcus Mariota and sticks with Bradford as its starting QB in 2015).