The Eagles finally let PE.com post the list.
I won't go into detail now, but will mention a thing or two about some guys:
OT Austin Howard - good I-AA LT.
OT Jeraill McCuller - run blocking RT.
OG Zipp Duncan - played LG and LT.
QB Joey Elliott - showed talent, but was inconsistent.
FB Chris Zardas
WR Pat Simonds - big guy who dominated at his level.
WR Kevin Jurovich - polished receiver with great hands.
WR Blue Cooper
DT Charles Alexander
CB David Pender - up and down player with very good potential.
CB Josh Morris
Howard is the most interesting player. Here is his Pro Day info from Gil Brandt:
Offensive lineman Austin Howard (6-7 3/8, 333) ran 5.42 and 5.40 in the 40, had a 30.5-inch vertical leap, 9-1 broad jump, 4.62 short shuttle, 8.10 three-cone drill and had 19 bench press reps. His arms measured in at 34 inches.
He shows up on game tape as well. Howard has legit NFL ability. He has to learn to bend his knees and sink his butt. He bends at the waist and reaches for defenders. That will get you killed in the NFL. You must bend at the knee.
I think the best player is CB David Pender. I had him rated as worthy of at least a 6th round pick. He has good size and runs well. He was impressive at the Combine.