2015 NFL Mock Draft: Post Franchise Tag Deadline

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Sep 28, 2013; Tampa, FL, USA; Miami Hurricanes offensive linesman Ereck Flowers (74) against the South Florida Bulls during the second half at Raymond James Stadium. Miami Hurricanes defeated the South Florida Bulls 49-21. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

21. Cincinnati Bengals

Offensive Tackle. Miami (Fla.). Ereck Flowers. 21. player. 56. The Cincinnati Bengals need help at guard. I think they draft Ereck Flowers and convert him from offensive guard to offensive tackle. Ereck Flowers can help bring toughness to the Benglals offensive line.

22. Pittsburgh Steelers

Defensive End. Kentucky. Alvin Dupree. 22. player. 55. Alvin “Bud” Dupree out of Kentucky has been impressing more and more scouts as the days go by. I believe that he ends up in Pittsburgh when it’s all said and done. His unbelievable athleticism will be a great fit for the Steelers.

23. Detroit Lions

50. If Ndamukong Suh leaves Detroit the Lions will need to replace him. Eddie Goldman will likely be that guy. With Malcom Brown already selected Goldman is the next best DT in the draft.. Defensive Tackle. Florida State. Eddie Goldman. 23. player

24. Arizona Cardinals

Oregon. Arik Armstead. 24. player. 32. The Arizona Cardinals need to improve their run support. Arik Armstead can help that process in Arizona. While I don’t believe Armstead will be a pro bowl caliber player he can become a very good player in Arizona.. Defensive End

25. Carolina Panthers

Offensive Tackle. Florida State. D.J. Humphries. 25. player. 87. Humphries is a guy who is rising up many draft boards. I believe that he can contribute and start day one for the Carolina Panthers. He lacks polish but he can make up for it with his talent and high motor. This will be a solid pick for the Panthers.

26. Baltimore Ravens

Arizona State. Jaelen Strong. 26. player. 26. The Baltimore Ravens are in need of a no. 1 receiver. I think they draft Jaelen Strong here in hopes he can take that spot. During the combine Strong showed of his outstanding athletic ability and jumped up to the number three receiver on many draft boards.. Wide Receiver

27. Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys need help in both the defensive line and secondary. I think they decide to get help in their secondary here. Kevin Johnson is a talented CB who can shadow almost any receiver in man to man coverage and can help you out defending the run as well. Johnson will be a solid pick for the Cowboys.. Cornerback. Wake Forest. Kevin Johnson. 27. player. 123

28. Denver Broncos

player. 45. The Denver Broncos will be converting over to a 3-4 defense this year under Wade Phillips. They will be looking to shore up their defensive line for the switch. Jordan Phillips will be their guy who Dever hopes can help them in the transition. Phillips athleticism is outstanding but his inconsistent play while at Oklahoma is a little concerning.. Defensive Tackle. Oklahoma. Jordan Phillips. 28

29. Indianapolis Colts

46. The AFC South is filled with teams who are trying to build teams that can get after quarterback Andrew Luck. The Indianapolis Colts will need to get extra help on their offensive line to prevent teams from doing just that. Clemmings is their guy.. Offensive Tackle. Pittsburgh. T.J. Clemmings. 29. player

30. Green Bay Packers

TCU. Paul Dawson. 30. player. 49. The Green Bay Packers recently released veteran inside linebacker A.J. Hawk. They will get a nice potential replacement in Paul Dawson. If the Packers are able to bring back A.J. Hawk at a reduced price Green Bay may look for defensive line help. Linebacker

31. Seattle Seahawks

31. player. 36. The Seattle Seahawks need to get more offensive weapons for Russell Wilson. Dorial Green-Beckham will bring plenty of size to the Seahawks receiver core. Dorial has the potential to become a pro bowl caliber receiver if he ends up in the right system.. Wide Receiver. Oklahoma. Dorial Green-Beckham

32. New England Patriots

Iowa. Carl Davis. 32. player. 47. With Vince Wilfork departing New England, the Patriots will look to immediately fill the void left by drafting Carl Davis out of Iowa. Carl Davis is the type of player who will help hold the point and clog running lanes, like Vince Wilfork.. Defensive Tackle

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