Eagles' draft class treading water with Carson Wentz, Wendell Smallwood

A breakdown of the 2016 Philadelphia Eagles draft class and its progress after two weeks of training camp.

Carson Wentz, QB, first round: Wentz has demonstrated excellent arm strength, good mobility and a high football IQ so far. However, coach Doug Pederson is committed to his plan of having Wentz open the season as the No. 3 quarterback, behind Sam Bradford and Chase Daniel.

Isaac Seumalo, OG, third round: Seumalo missed most of the offseason practices because of Oregon State's academic schedule. He Skyped with offensive line coach Jeff Stoutland during that time but still has work to do in order to climb the depth chart.

Wendell Smallwood, RB, fifth round: The Delaware native got plenty of playing time early in camp, as starter Ryan Mathews showed up with an ankle injury. But a quadriceps injury has kept Smallwood off the field for the past week and kept him out of Thursday night's preseason opener.

Halapoulivaati Vaitai, OL, fifth round: Vaitai has looked solid so far through camp but has not moved on the depth chart. However, an injury to left tackle Jason Peters and the possible suspension of right tackle Lane Johnson could provide an opportunity for Vaitai.

Blake Countess, DB, sixth round: Countess has been active during training camp, something that defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz likes to see. With a strong showing in the preseason, Countess could move ahead of safeties Jaylen Watkins and Ed Reynolds.

Jalen Mills, CB, seventh round: Mills showed up for training camp with his hair dyed bright green and he has continued to look like a genuine Eagle. The playmaking rookie from LSU is already ahead of Eric Rowe, who started five games at CB for the Eagles last year.

Alex McCalister, DE, seventh round: McCalister is built like Jevon Kearse but needs to add bulk to play regularly in Jim Schwartz's defense. He could change things during the preseason games, but McCalister looks very much like a practice squad candidate.

Joe Walker, LB, seventh round: The Oregon product just missed the Chip Kelly era, but he has impressed the coaches so far. With the Eagles' lack of depth at linebacker, Walker has a real chance to make the team, especially if he can prove himself a good special teams player.