2015 NFL Mock Draft: Pre Free Agency

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Let’s take a look at the updated 2015 NFL Mock Draft given the recent developments.

The 2015 season is picking up where the Super Bowl left off, and the surprising turn of events just keep on rolling. Already we’ve seen two high profile player trades (LeSean McCoy to Buffalo, Brandon Marshall to the Jets). And with free agency set to officially start on Tuesday, I am sure that more surprising developments are in order.

1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1. player. 48. The logical pick for Tampa Bay. Winston will be immediately paired with one of the most dynamic wide receiving duos in the NFL. (Vincent Jackson, Mike Evans). Quarterback. Florida State. Jameis Winston

2. Tennessee Titans

Defensive Tackle. Southern California. Leonard Williams. 2. player. 35. Two words. Dick LeBeau. Tennessee’s new defensive guru will have a new toy for his 3-4 defense.

3. Jacksonville Jaguars

Wide Receiver. Alabama. Amari Cooper. 3. player. 52. Justin Blackmon is done in Jacksonville. Cooper fills the number 1 role right away, giving Blake Bortles a much needed weapon.

4. Oakland Raiders

28. Oakland just can’t pass up on a stud wide receiver. White is NFL ready, and plays with an edge befiting a Raider.. Wide Receiver. West Virginia. Kevin White. 4. player

5. Washington Redskins

6. New York Jets

Marcus Mariota. 6. player. 30. With the recent trade for Brandon Marshall, look for the new GM (Mike Maccagan) and coach (Todd Bowles) to draft a QB to be the new face of the franchise.. Quarterback. Oregon

7. Chicago Bears

Chicago was second to last in scoring defense last year (27.6 ppg). They also face Megatron and Jordy Nelson (at least) twice this year. Waynes, a big physical corner, makes sense here.. Cornerback. Michigan State. Trae Waynes. 7. player. 57

8. Atlanta Falcons

player. 44. Gregory posted 17.5 sacks in two years at Nebraska. The Falcons could only muster 22 sacks all of last year, raking 30th in the league. A perfect fit at number 8.. Defensive End. Nebraska. Randy Gregory. 8

9. New York Giants

Missouri. Shane Ray. 9. player. 31. The reigning SEC Defensive Player of the year paired with recently franchised Jason Pierre Paul should help solidify a defense that gave up over 375 yards a game last year. 29th in the league.. Defensive End

10. St. Louis Rams

Offensive Tackle. Iowa. Brandon Scherff. 10. player. 51. The Rams struggled to protect the QB last year, giving up just under three sacks per game. Scherff is the best OL in the draft, and will be counted on to protect whoever lines up under center this year in St. Louis.

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