2015 NFL Mock Draft: Post-Combine Edition

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Feb 20, 2015; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston speaks to the media at the 2015 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

This is a complete first-round 2015 NFL Mock Draft after the Scouting Combine. The draft includes two picks by the Cleveland Browns, no pick from the Buffalo Bills, and includes only players listed in the top 32 picks, as determined by Scouts Inc.

1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Jameis Winston. 1. player. 48. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers cut ties with former Quarterback, Josh Mcown after posting a 2-14 season in 2014, so they will need to get a quarterback in the draft. There were some concerns with the off-field behavior connected to Jameis Winston, but the 2013 Heisman Trophy winner put those to rest during the NFL Combine. There has been some pressure from within, to take Marcus Mariota with the first pick, but Winston has all of the tools necessary to fill the opening. He looked good during the workouts, and is the only pro-ready Quarterback in this draft, so it’s time to use the first pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, and make him a Buc.. Quarterback. Florida State

2. Tennessee Titans

Leonard Williams. 2. player. 35. Some are saying the Titans should open the store and see what they can get for the number two selection, but by hiring Dick LeBeau last month, they have shown a real comittment to rebuilding a pathetic defense. The USC DE is the best player in this draft, according to ESPN Insider, Todd McShay, and would be the conerstone in the Titans defense for the next decade. Tennessee needs a lot of help, but by building the defense in 2015, maybe they can spend 2016 on the offense.. Defensive Tackle. Southern California

3. Jacksonville Jaguars

player. 52. The Jags could use some help on the O-Line, but this draft is full of defensive help for a lot of teams. They are set for the time being at quarterback, and could use a pass rush and Gregory could fill the bill. He is a little light for a Defensive End, but could provide an edge rush the Jaguars need, with some of their players getting long in the tooth. Gregory needs to add some weight for the NFL, but is explosive, and would be a nice fit in Jacksonville.. Defensive End. Nebraska. Randy Gregory. 3

4. Oakland Raiders

player. 28. Now that the Raiders have found a young quarterback, it’s time to get him some people he can throw to. Amari Cooper is an excellent route runner, and is field-tested in the SEC, just what the Silver and Black need, so they can get back to playing long-ball. The Alabama standout put up good numbers this year, despite a mediocre quarterback performance. He’s just what the Raiders need so they can stretch the field the way they did a lifetime ago.. Wide Receiver. Alabama. Amari Cooper. 4

5. Washington Redskins

6. New York Jets

Marcus Mariota. 6. player. 30. New Head Coach, Todd Bowles has one opportunity to end the Rex Ryan era in The Big Apple, and declare the end of the Geno Smith experiment. Smith got better toward the end of the season, but Offensive Coordinator, Chan Gailey is versatile, and can adapt to any type of offense the Jets want to run. He likes the spread offense that is possible with maybe the best quarterback in this draft, and the 2014 Heisman Trophy winner would be a perfect fit in New York.. Quarterback. Oregon

7. Chicago Bears

7. player. 57. Da Bears are like a bunch of teams that need a healthy tune-up on the defensive side of the ball. Unless an NFL ready quarterback falls to the seventh pick for new Head Coach, John Fox, why not spend some effort on the defense. There are some good defensive players on the board at this point, but Shane Ray is the best available, so why not pull the trigger. At 6 foot 2, and 240 pounds, he is a little light for Defensive End, but would be considered a “tweener” in the NFL, and would fit nicely at OLB. He follows some nice defensive players out of Missouri, including the likes of Justin Smith, Ziggy Hood, and Aldon Smith. He has a non-stop motor, and finished fifth in the FBS last year with 13 sacks.. Defensive End. Missouri. Shane Ray

8. Atlanta Falcons

player. 44. The lack of a defense in Atlanta cost former Head Coach, Mike Smith his job after the 2014 season, and the Dirty Birds started trying to fix the problem when they hired former Seattle Defensive Coordinator, Dan Quinn to replace him. Quinn will have a nice selection with the depth of defensive picks who are left at the eighth pick. Not only can the this former Duck play the run, he has the potential to be great pass rusher, as well. He has quick hands to fend off blockers, and a ton of speed that converts to power when takes off for the  quarterback.. Defensive End. Oregon. Arik Armstead. 8

9. New York Giants

The GMen need some help on the Offensive Line, and you can’t beat a big corn-fed kid from Iowa to guard Eli Manning. This pick depends a lot on the status of Jason Pierre-Paul after free agency is over. The Giants want JPP back in 2015, but if that deal doesn’t get done, they may want to find a pass-rusher on defense. Former Gator, Dante Fowler Jr. should still be on the board, coach, Tom Coughlin might have to give him a hard look before they select.. Offensive Tackle. Iowa. Brandon Scherff. 9. player. 31

10. St. Louis Rams

51. Although the Rams may be looking for a quarterback when free agency is over, most of what will be left are not first-round quarterbacks. Unless Jeff Fischer, and staff put together a trade up the board, and give away the draft leverage they got from Wahington, they should go for the best all-around player on the board, and that is Andrus Peat. One of the reason they are possibly needing a quarterback, is the health of Sam Bradford. Why not pick up another wide body for some added protection?. Offensive Tackle. Stanford. Andrus Peat. 10. player

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