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Will Keleher's 2015 NFL Mock Draft




Round 1 Picks 1-16



Will being busted for marijuana affect Randy Gregory's Draft Stock?


Posted By Will Keleher Last Updated: March 27, 2015.


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

    Tampa Bay needs a franchise quarterback. This will be the toughest choice the Buccaneers have ever made in franchise history.


    Marcus Mariota might have better character. When both of these quarterbacks are clean, Jameis Winston is the vastly superior quarterback.


  2. Tennessee Titans: Randy Gregory, 3-4 ROLB, Nebraska

    Tennessee retained Karl Klug at 3-4 left end so taking Leonard Williams is out of the question. I thought Marcus Mariota had a bad Pro Day so taking someone else besides a quarterback is critical.


    If the Titans don't want Mariota they should go with Randy Gregory. It would help if the Titans had a pass rusher for depth in case Brian Orakpo or Derrick Morgan got injured.


  3. Jacksonville Jaguars: Leonard Williams, LE, USC

    Most mock drafts have Jacksonville going defensive end. Leonard Williams is the best player in the draft and he fills a huge need at left end.


  4. Oakland Raiders: Amari Cooper, WR, Alabama

    Oakland needs to get Derek Carr a weapon. Amari Cooper is the top wide receiver in this draft and makes complete sense for the Raiders at 4.



  5. Washington Redskins: Shane Ray, 3-4 ROLB, Missouri

    Washington needs a pass rusher now that Orakpo is gone. Shane Ray is my top ranked 3-4 pass rusher after Randy Gregory. Most mocks have Ray going here so this pick makes complete sense.


  6. New York Jets: Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon

    NFL Network reported that Geno Smith not Ryan Fitzpatrick is the top quarterback on the depth chart. The Jets have to take Mariota if he slips to 6 because neither Smith or Fitzpatrick is the answer.


  7. Chicago Bears: Danny Shelton, NT, Washington

    Danny Shelton is a 3 down nose tackle. The Bears emailed Draft Utopia their 7 round draft board and have Shelton at 7. Chris Ransom also has Shelton at 7. Danny Shelton makes too much sense for Chicago at #7.




  8. Atlanta Falcons: Vic Beasley, ROLB, Clemson

    Atlanta retained Kroy Biermann and brought in Adrian Clayborn at defensive end. Atlanta does get a pass rushing presence, but that presence is right outside linebacker Vic Beasley who has a Khalil Mack type of impact along with Von Miller's ability to sack the quarterback in Atlanta.



  9. New York Giants: Shaq Thompson, LOLB, Washington

    The New York Giants have no left tackle. At the same time, none of the left tackles in this draft stand out. I think Shaq Thompson would make a better fit here because you can start him at left outside linebacker across from Herzlich and Beason. If things don't work out at linebacker, you can try plugging him in at strong safety. Thompson is a perfect candidate for the Giants at 9.


  10. St. Louis Rams: Brandon Scherff, LT, Iowa

    I know the Rams drafted Greg Robinson second overall to be the Rams left tackle. At the same time, I feel like the Rams would be more successful if they made Scherff their left tackle and moved Robinson over to right tackle. That's how dire their offensive line situation is in St. Louis.


  11. Minnesota Vikings: T.J. Clemmings, LT, Pittsburgh

    Matt Kalil allowed 12 sacks which was more than any offensive lineman in the league. Minnesota drafts a new blindside for Bridgewater and kicks Kalil inside to left guard. This allows them to upgrade both the left tackle and left guard positions on the offensive line.


  12. Cleveland Browns: Eddie Goldman, NT, Florida State

    Chris Ransom thinks Eddie Goldman is a 4-3 defensive tackle only. I disagree because he has the size of a 3-4 nose tackle at 6-3 324 lbs. Cleveland could use a guy like this up front.



  13. New Orleans Saints: Dante Fowler, 3-4 LE, Florida

    New Orleans moved Cameron Jordan over from 3-4 left end to 3-4 right end. Now they get a new 3-4 left end to pair up with Jordan. Fowler is a natural 3-4 left end, and some believe he can play 3-4 outside linebacker as well.


  14. Miami Dolphins: DeVante Parker, WR, Louisville

    Miami had Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline, and Brandon Gibson in their receiving core last year. All 3 of those guys are gone and Kenny Stills a #2 receiver on the New Orleans Saints is all you got in Free Agency.


    Forget the Free Agent rumors about Michael Crabtree. Crabtree will give your locker room crabs with his lousy attitude. I want DeVante Parker if I'm Ryan Tannehill.


  15. San Francisco 49ers: Kevin White, WR, West Virginia

    San Francisco needs to draft a receiver and move Torrey Smith into the slot. Kevin White will slip this far because of his behavior.


    White flipped the bird in his Bowl game against Texas A&M. He also sounded kind of cocky in the eyes of some teams at his Pro Day. I think the 49ers would look past these issues if White slipped this far.


  16. Houston Texans: Landon Collins, SS, Alabama

    D.J. Swearinger is a terrible player at free safety. Houston would get an upgrade at strong safety if they brought in Landon Collins to replace him.








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