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DraftSeason’s staff puts their heads together and go pick by pick constructing the 2015 Ultimate Mock Draft. Updated on a daily basis so check back monthly for all the movers and shakers.
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1. Tampa Bay (Onebar) – Jameis Winston QB, Florida St.
If the Bucs keep the 1st overall pick Winston will be the pick. While there are new rumblings about Mariota, Winston has been their guy all draftseason.
2. Tennessee (Lupagus) – Marcus Mariota QB, Oregon
This looks like where Mariota will end up. Whether or not its to the Titans remains to be seen. Personally I’d much rather have him over Mettenberger.
3. Jacksonville (Onebar) – Dante Fowler DE, Florida
The Jags need to continue to build an outside pass rush. While Williams is an option I think Fowler fills a greater need and makes an impact week 1.
4. Oakland (Lupagus) – Leonard Williams DE/DT, USC
It’s tough for the Raiders to pass on a talented young reciver for Derek Carr here but they believe Williams is too good to pass up. They may be right about that as he can line up all over the line, creating much needed ruckuss.
5. Washington (Onebar) – Vic Beasley LB, Clemson
In a draft with a handful of top pass rushers Beasley might be the best of the group. Adding him with the likes of Kerrigan and youngster Trent Murphy could help bump up the sack numbers a bit for Washington.
6. New York Jets (Lupagus) – Amari Cooper WR, Alabama
The Jets think about Gregory, Ray, and Dupree here but stick to their board and get the best wide receiver in the Draft. They can bring him along slowly with Decker and Marshall already in place, but it won’t take Cooper long to beat one of those two out for a starting gig.
7. Chicago (Onebar) – Danny Shelton DT, Washington
The Bears pass on a top receiver to address an even larger need along the defensive line. Shelton is a big boy who can not only clog up the middle but can also get to the quarterback.
8. Atlanta (Lupagus) – Shane Ray DE, Mizzou
Ray’s not my favorite pass rusher in this Draft but the Falcons pass on Gregory due to his failed drug test. Ray can be an explosive edge presence and has a chance to make an impact as a rookie.
9. New York Giants (Onebar) – Ereck Flowers OT, Miami
Steam continues to pick up on Flowers to the Giants, has the ability to play right or left and the traits you want to see in a potential long-term franchise tackle.
10. St. Louis (Lupagus) – Kevin White WR, West Virginia
The Rams haven’t been able to draft the right receiver in recent attempts. White should end that streak. He’s a physical specimen with great size and speed and will be this team’s number one target from the get go.
11. Minnesota (Onebar) – Trae Waynes CB, Michigan St.
While I know the Lupagus will hate the fact I pass on Scherff, the thought of adding Waynes opposite Xavier Rhodes is just too tough to pass on. Would give the Vikings one of the best and youngest CB duo in the NFC North.
12. Cleveland (Lupagus) – DeVante Parker WR, Louisville
The Browns brought in a bunch of aging riff raff at wide receiver this offseason and need to land a young stud. Parker has the size and mitts to be a quality wide receiver for years to come.
13. New Orleans (Onebar) – Brandon Scherff G/T, Iowa
Not a splashy pick but adds needed depth along the line. Scherff is a monster and can help add more protection for Brees and help the Saints pound the football.
14. Miami (Lupagus) – Breshad Perriman WR, Central Florida
If this is how the Draft really shakes out the Dolphins should try hard for a trade down. If not, they can go with the speedy Perriman and his upside, putting a big smile on Tannehill’s kisser.
15. San Francisco (Onebar) – Arik Armstead DT, Oregon
I’m pretty sold on Armstead to the 49ers unless someone falls. Dude is a freak and would help rebuild San Fran’s defense after a disastrous offseason.
16. Houston (Lupagus) – Todd Gurley RB, Georgia
The Texans nab Gurley who’s stock is currently shooting through the roof. They can let him heal up as he splits carries with Arian Foster before stealing the job permanently in 2016.
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