07:27 AM ET 01.23 | Here we go again? If Chip Kelly drafts players the way he did last year, it wouldn't be bizarre if he selected Washington State safety Deone Bucannon in May's NFL draft. Three of the first four prospects the Eagles chose in Kelly's first draft played on college teams that beat Oregon when he was head coach, and all three performed well in those games. Although Bucannon's Cougars were run over by the Ducks, 51-26, in 2012, the safety stood out by intercepting Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota twice. There are 31 other teams drafting, so the odds of Kelly snatching Bucannon -- even if he likes him -- are long. But the Eagles are expected to give it another go at safety after years of failing to find impact players at the position.