Will Lomas 2015 NFL Mock Draft

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Jordan Phillips

Defensive Tackle, Oklahoma

Cincinnati Bengals
The Cincinnati Bengals need a player to be that interior penetrator to compensate for the decline of Geno Atkins, and Jordan Phillips has that potential.

Randy Gregory

Defensive End, Nebraska

Pittsburgh Steelers
I don’t like Randy Gregory as much as other do, he isn’t as athletic as you want from a player in space and he doesn’t hold up well to physical run blocking. Having said that, he has a lot of potential and could be a good player in the right system.

Todd Gurley

Running Back, Georgia

Detroit Lions
The Lions play in a division run by offense, and with Todd Gurley, Golden Tate, Calvin Johnson, Eric Ebron, and Matthew Stafford, this team could have the best on-paper offense.

Melvin Gordon

Running Back, Wisconsin

Arizona Cardinals
The Arizona Cardinals need an offensive identity, and Carson Palmer isn’t the guy they need to build around. With Melvin Gordon in the mix, the Arizona Cardinals can start to build around the running game.

Dorial Green-Beckham

Wide Receiver, Oklahoma

Carolina Panthers
With Dorial Green-Beckham, Greg Olsen and Kelvin Benjamin on the roster, the Tampa Bay Bucs may not boast the NFL’s best potential hoops team.

Preston Smith

Defensive End, Mississippi State

Baltimore Ravens
Another player I love, Preston Smith can play in literally any defense. Ultimately I think that Preston Smith can be the perfect player to replace Haloti Ngata in that defense.

Malcom Brown

Defensive Tackle, Texas

Dallas Cowboys
Some people have Malcom Brown as high as the top-10 in their mocks, but I don’t think he warrants that pick. However, adding Greg Hardy and Malcom Brown on the defensive line in the offseason would make this defense much more interesting.

Arik Armstead

Defensive End, Oregon

Denver Broncos
Arik Armstead is a physical freak and Wade Phillips once molded a physical freak into the best defenisve player in the league (J.J. Watt). Maybe this move will work out as well for the Denver Broncos, which need to swing for the fences on a player that will play early.

Alvin Dupree

Defensive End, Kentucky

Indianapolis Colts
Alvin “Bud” Dupree is an athletic freak similar to Dion Jordan a few years ago, which is why he is so far down my list. I don’t think that Alvin Dupree will be as good as everyone expects and I could easily see him being a player without a home in the NFL.

Carl Davis

Defensive Tackle, Iowa

Green Bay Packers
While the Green Bay Packers re-signed B.J. Raji for another year, they need a player that they can build around at the nose tackle position and I think that player is Carl Davis.

Trae Waynes

Cornerback, Michigan State

New Orleans Saints
In a Rob Ryan defense you need interior disruptors and defenders who won’t get burned. In the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft, the New Orleans Saints have found both.

A.J. Cann

Guard, South Carolina

New England Patriots
Out of all the teams in the NFL, none are as enigmatic on draft day as the New England Patriots. With that said, A.J. Cann makes a lot of sense as a safe player who can add talent to a position of need on the NFL’s best team in 2015.