Monday, February 9, 2015

2015 NFL Mock Draft (3 Rounds) V.2.0

2015 NFL Mock Draft : 3 Rounds

Updated 2/9/15


1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jameis Winston QB, Florida State 

Tampa Bay can land their franchise QB in the first round then add to the O-Line and find a pass rusher in rounds 2 and 3.

2. Tennessee Titans: Leonard Williams DE/DT, USC 

If the Titans feel they are set with Zach Mettenberger at QB they can take the top rated 5 technique or outside linebacker to build up the defense.

3. Jacksonville Jaguars: Randy Gregory DE/OLB, Nebraska 

A defensive lineman or LEO linebacker to attack the QB makes the most sense with the 3rd overall pick.  O-Line can be addressed after the first round.

4. Oakland Raiders: Amari Cooper WR, Alabama 

Having a franchise QB with Carr in place makes life a lot easier.  The #1 WR on their board or a D-Lineman to pair with stud LB Mack makes perfect sense.

5. Washington Redskins: Brandon Scherff OT/OG, Iowa 

A bookend right tackle to pair with LT Williams, an outside linebacker/defensive tackle or the top safety in the draft all work with the 5th pick.

6. New York Jets: Marcus Mariota QB, Oregon 

The Jets may have one of the two franchise QB’s fall to them at 6, run don’t walk that card up to the podium if that happens.  The other options would be the top rated WR or a pass rushing outside linebacker. CB is a huge need but not at #6.

7. Chicago Bears: Shane Ray DE/OLB, Missouri

The Bears need to add talent to the defense; DE, DT, OLB, another corner and a safety.

8. Atlanta Falcons: Dante Fowler, Jr. DE/OLB, Florida

Addressing the pass rush has to be the #1 priority in round 1.  Another O-Lineman would make sense here but round two seems more likely.  I’ve seen some mocks with a WR here; I just don’t think it will happen.

9. New York Giants: La’el Collins OT/OG, LSU 

The Giants need one more O-Lineman to solidify the line, if JPP leaves they could look at the top rated DE.  Safety could be a big need depending on Free Agency and a future middle linebacker would look good in round 2.  The GMen always take the top rated player on their board and that could actually be a WR here in round one.

10. St. Louis Rams: Andrus Peat OT, Stanford

Maybe one of the two QB’s fall to 10, if not, adding to the O-Line makes sense.  The Rams really have a good roster but desperately need a QB to compete.

11. Minnesota Vikings: DeVante Parker WR, Louisville 

O-Line may be the biggest need with the regression of LT Matt Kalil but the idea of reuniting Bridgewater with WR DeVante Parker may be too good to pass up.

12. Cleveland Browns: Kevin White WR, West Virginia 

The Browns need a #1 WR and then another WR and possibly TE depending on Free Agency.  Interior D-Line and linebackers should be addressed also.  A right tackle should be addressed also.

13. New Orleans Saints: Shaq Thompson OLB, Washington

Look for a pass rushing OLB, CB and O-Line. Building the defense should be the priority in the draft.

14. Miami Dolphins: Danny Shelton NT/DT, Washington 

LB, D-Line, another corner and possibly a deep threat WR depending on Mike Wallace.

15. San Francisco 49ers: Dorial Green-Beckham WR, Oklahoma 

WR’s, CB’s along with youth on both the D-Line and O-Line.

16. Houston Texans: Trae Waynes CB, Michigan State

Corner, Inside Linebacker, O-Line and WR are all need areas.  A Franchise QB is needed but that may have to come through Free Agency.

17. San Diego Chargers: Ereck Flowers OT, Miami

Continue building the O-Line, D-Line and Linebacker.  Depending on free agency, RB and CB’s could be needed.

18. Kansas City Chiefs: Devin Funchess WR/TE, Michigan 

A #1 WR has to be the addressed due to the fact that the Chiefs had no TD’s from their current WR’s.  O-Line and the secondary should also be addressed.

19. Cleveland Browns (via Buffalo): Malcom Brown DT, Texas 

Their second first round pick (From the Bills) will depend on what they do at pick #12.

20. Philadelphia Eagles: Marcus Peters CB, Washington 

Maybe they make a big move and trade up for QB Marcus Mariota, if not; Philly will look to bolster the secondary with CB’s and a Safety.  Later on ILB/OLB can be addressed.

21. Cincinnati Bengals: Alvin Dupree DE/OLB, Kentucky 

A pass rushing DE/LB, another young CB and O-Line look to be the main need areas.  An impact DT to pair with Geno Atkins is in play here too.

22. Pittsburgh Steelers: Landon Collins S, Alabama 

The Steelers really need to attack the secondary with several CB’s and a Safety.  LB should also be addressed.

23. Detroit Lions: Eddie Goldman DE/DT, Florida State

If either of the DT’s leave via Free Agency that would be the #1 need.  Another CB and interior O-Line would fit as well.

24. Arizona Cardinals: Todd Gurley RB, Georgia

Arizona could be in position to draft the top RB prospect.  DE and LB’s are need areas as well.

25. Carolina Panthers: T.J. Clemmings OT, Pittsburgh

This is the year to fix the O-Line; at least two picks are needed to bolster the line.  A #2 WR, a DE and one more CB are also needs.

26. Baltimore Ravens: Melvin Gordon RB, Wisconsin

CB’s and WR’s are the top needs but a first round RB makes sense if Justin Forsett leaves via Free Agency. 

27. Dallas Cowboys: Vic Beasley DE/OLB, Clemson

Another pass rushing DE, DT and CB’s look to be the top need areas.  If a top RB is sitting here, it could present the best value.

28. Denver Broncos: Benardick McKinley ILB, Mississippi State

A lot will depend on Free Agency (TE/WR/DT), if everyone comes back they can add to the O-Line, DT and Inside Linebacker.

29. Indianapolis Colts: Arik Armstead DE/DT, Oregon

O-Line will always be important when you have the best young QB in the game.  The Colts also need to address their run defense with a DE/DT and Inside Linebackers.

30. Green Bay Packers: Jordan Phillips DT, Oklahoma

Inside linebacker and Interior D-Line look like the top needs.  Free Agency will dictate whether the O-Line needs to be addressed.

31. Seattle Seahawks: Maxx Williams TE, Minnesota

A difference maker at WR or TE would look good in the first round.  Interior D-Line is the other big need area.

32. New England Patriots: Jaelen Strong WR, Arizona State

A true #1 WR would be perfect or they could land the #1 TE prospect to pair with Gronk.  Interior D-Line is a need and even with all the RB’s on the roster a top RB at the end of round 1 would open the field up for Brady.


33. Tennessee Titans: Eli Harold DE/OLB, Virginia

34. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: A.J. Cann OG, South Carolina

35. Oakland Raiders: Nate Orchard DE/OLB, Utah

36. Jacksonville Jaguars: Ty Sambrailo OT, Colorado State

37. New York Jets: Devin Smith WR Ohio State

38. Washington Redskins: Gerod Holliman S, Louisville

39. Chicago Bears: Kevin Johnson CB, Wake Forest

40. New York Giants: Eric Kendricks ILB, UCLA

41. St. Louis Rams: Brett Hundley QB, UCLA

42. Atlanta Falcons: Josue Matias OG, Florida State

43. Cleveland Browns: Lorenzo Mauldin DE/OLB, Louisville

44. New Orleans Saints: P.J. Williams CB, Florida State

45. Minnesota Vikings: Cedric Ogbuehi OT, Texas A&M

46. San Francisco 49ers: Ronald Darby CB, Florida State

47. Miami Dolphins: Sammie Coates WR, Auburn

48. San Diego Chargers: Duke Johnson RB, Miami

49. Kansas City Chiefs: Denzel Perryman ILB, Miami

50. Buffalo Bills: Bryce Petty QB, Baylor

51. Houston Texans: Jake Fisher OT, Oregon

52. Philadelphia Eagles: Cody Prewitt S, Ole Miss

53. Cincinnati Bengals: Carl Davis DT, Iowa

54. Detroit Lions: Cameron Erving OC/OG/OT, Florida State

55. Arizona Cardinals: Markus Golden DE/OLB, Missouri

56. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jalen Collins CB, LSU

57. Carolina Panthers: Nelson Agholor WR, USC

58. Baltimore Ravens: Quinten Rollins CB, Miami (OH)

59. Denver Broncos: Clive Walford- TE- Miami

60. Dallas Cowboys: Alex Carter CB, Stanford

61. Indianapolis Colts: Tyrus Thompson OT, Oklahoma

62. Green Bay Packers: Paul Dawson ILB, TCU

63. Seattle Seahawks: Michael Bennett DT, Ohio State

64. New England Patriots: Ellis McCarthy DT, UCLA


65. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Owamagbe Odighizuwa DE, UCLA

66. Tennessee Titans: Darryl Williams OT, Oklahoma

67. Jacksonville Jaguars: Tevin Coleman RB, Indiana

68. Oakland Raiders: Ladarius Gunter CB, Miami

69. Washington Redskins: Senquez Golson CB, Ole Miss

70. New York Jets: Ifo Ekpre-Olomu CB, Oregon

71. Chicago Bears:
Grady Jarrett DT, Clemson

72. St. Louis Rams: Phillip Dorsett WR, Miami

73. Atlanta Falcons: Jay Ajayi RB, Boise State

74. New York Giants: Danielle Hunter OLB/DE, LSU

75. New Orleans Saints: Jeremiah Poutasi OT, Utah

76. Minnesota Vikings: Ameer Abdullah RB, Nebraska

77. Cleveland Browns: Rob Havenstein OT,  Wisconsin

78. Miami Dolphins: Tre Jackson OG, Florida State

79. San Francisco 49ers: Za’Darius Smith DE, Kentucky

80. Kansas City Chiefs: Hau’oli Kikaha DE/OLB, Washington

81. Buffalo Bills: Laken Tomlinson OG, Duke

82. Houston Texans: Rashad Greene WR, Florida State

83. San Diego Chargers: Reese Dismukes C, Auburn

84. Philadelphia Eagles: Jake Ryan ILB, Michigan

85. Cincinnati Bengals: Lorenzo Doss CB, Tulane

86. Arizona Cardinals: Preston Smith DE Mississippi State

87. Pittsburgh Steelers: Geneo Grissom DE/OLB, Oklahoma

88. Detroit Lions: Cam Thomas CB, Western Kentucky

89. Carolina Panthers: Trey Flowers DE, Arkansas

90. Baltimore Ravens: Josh Harper WR, Fresno State

91. Dallas Cowboys: Derron Smith S, Fresno State

92. Denver Broncos: Christian Covington DE/DT,  Rice

93. Indianapolis Colts: Ty Montgomery WR, Stanford

94. Green Bay Packers: Donovan Smith OT, Penn St.

95. Seattle Seahawks: D'joun Smith CB, Florida Atlantic

96. New England Patriots: TJ Yeldon RB, Alabama

END Round 3

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