Edge rushers:
The Eagles have a history of acquiring players who were standouts in high school. In the last five years, no team has drafted more "Top 100" Rivals.com high school prosects than the Eagles. The Eagles may not find an immediate edge rushing answer this offseason, but there are three very interesting players who could be available in the later rounds. They are the following:

Ronald Powell, OLB, Florida (6'3, 237)

Powell was Rivals.com's #1 overall high school recruit in the nation the year after Bryce Brown. His college career hit a bump when he tore his ACL during the spring of 2012. Powell missed the entire 2012 season, but returned in 2013, when he had just 4 sacks. Unless you're Adrian Peterson, there's a belief that it takes 2 years to fully recover from a torn ACL.

Devon Kennard, OLB, USC (6'3, 249)

Kennard was the 8th rated high school player in the country by Rivals.com in 2009. Prior to the 2012 season, Kennard tore his pectoral muscle as a senior. He redshirted that season, came back in 2013, and had 9 sacks.

Aaron Lynch, DE, South Florida, (6'5, 249)

I'll give you the short short version of Lynch's career. He was the 28th overall ranked high school player by Rivals in 2011. He went to Notre Dame, and as a true freshman, led the team with 5.5 sacks and 14 hurries, earning a spot on the Football Writers Association of America Freshman All-American team.