"Jarmon is the most likely of the three players to be drafted, and he’ll work out at Kentucky on July 9. He also participated at the Kentucky Pro Day before the draft, measuring in at 6-foot-3 and 280 pounds with a 4.76-second time in the 40-yard dash."
Going to the Eagles? That would be great for Jarmon; Philadelphia is a popular pick among the experts to go to the Super Bowl next season...and lose to New England or Pittsburgh.
Notice Jarmon's company - an oft-suspended WR with multiple arrests and an OL who couldn't stay on the field due to persistent academic problems. The aforementioned situations are classic Supplemental Draft cases (off-the-field behavior and academic issues). Not only does Jarmon's talent make him a surefire pick on 7/16, but the fact that his issue was a misunderstanding about a supplement and not run-ins with the law or problems attending class/getting the grades further works in his favor.