2015 3-Round Projection

First round

1Tampa BayJameis WinstonQBFlorida State
2TennesseeMarcus MariotaQBOregon
3JacksonvilleLeonard WilliamsDESouthern California
4OaklandAmari CooperWRAlabama
5WashingtonDante FowlerOLBFlorida
6NY JetsVic BeasleyOLBClemson
7ChicagoKevin WhiteWRWest Virginia
8AtlantaTodd GurleyRBGeorgia
9New York GiantsLa'el CollinsG/TLSU
10St. LouisBrandon ScherffG/TIowa
11MinnesotaTrae WaynesCBMichigan State
12ClevelandDanny SheltonDTWashington
13New OrleansRandy GregoryOLBNebraska
14MiamiDevante ParkerWRLouisville
15San FranciscoArik ArmsteadDEOregon
16HoustonShane RayOLBMissouri
17San DiegoAndrus PeatOTStanford
18Kansas CityDorial Green-BeckhamWROklahoma
19Cleveland (from Buffalo)Jaelen StrongWRArizona State
20PhiladelphiaLandon CollinsSSAlabama
21CincinnatiMalcom BrownDTTexas
22PittsburghBud DupreeOLBKentucky
23DetroitEddie GoldmanDTFlorida State
24ArizonaMelvin GordonRBWisconsin
25CarolinaEreck FlowersOTMiami
26BaltimoreBreshad PerrimanWRCentral Florida
27DallasMarcus PetersCBWashington
28DenverDJ HumphriesOTFlorida
29IndianapolisTJ ClemmingsOTPittsburgh
30Green BayJalen CollinsCBLSU
31New Orleans (from Seattle)Cameron ErvingC/TFlorida State
32New EnglandOwa OdighizuwaDEUCLA


Second round

33TennesseeKevin JohnsonCBWake Forest
34Tampa BayJake FisherOTOregon
35OaklandByron JonesCBUConn
36JacksonvilleTevin ColemanRBIndiana
37NY JetsNelson AgholorWRSouthern California
38WashingtonQuinton RollinsCBMiami (Ohio)
39ChicagoEli HaroldOLBVirginia
40New York GiantsDanielle HunterDELSU
41St. LouisDevin SmithWROhio State
42AtlantaNate OrchardOLBUtah
43ClevelandMaxx WilliamsTEMinnesota
44New OrleansPreston SmithDEMississippi State
45MinnesotaBenardrick McKinneyLBMississippi State
46San FranciscoEric KendricksLBUCLA
47MiamiAJ CannOGSouth Carolina
48San DiegoStephone AnthonyLBClemson
49Kansas CityJordan PhillipsNTOklahoma
50BuffaloBryce Petty QBBaylor
51HoustonSammie CoatesWRAuburn
52PhiladelphiaShaq ThompsonOLBWashington
53CincinnatiEric RoweCBUtah
54DetroitPJ WilliamsCBFlorida State
55ArizonaPaul DawsonLBTCU
56PittsburghDamarious RandellFSArizona State
57CarolinaPhillip DorsettWRMiami
58BaltimoreHau'oli KikahaOLBWashington
59DenverCarl DavisDTIowa
60DallasDuke JohnsonRBMiami
61IndianapolisCody PrewittSSMississippi
62Green BayDenzel PerrymanILBMiami
63SeattleTre McBrideWRWilliam&Mary
64New EnglandTyler LockettWRKansas State

Third round

65Tampa BayMario EdwardsDEFlorida State
66TennesseeMichael Bennett5T Ohio State
67JacksonvilleLaken TomlinsonOGDuke
68OaklandJay AjayiRBBoise State
69WashingtonDonovan SmithOTPenn State
70NY JetsBrett HundleyQBUCLA
71ChicagoJaquiski TarttSSSamford
72St. LouisAlex CarterCBStanford
73AtlantaCedric OgbuehiG/TTexas A&M
74New York GiantsJosh ShawCBSouthern California
75New OrleansDevin FunchessWR/TEMichigan
76MinnesotaTy SambrailoOTColorado State
77ClevelandGarrett GraysonQBColorado State
78New Orleans (from Miami)D'Joun SmithCBFlorida Atlantic
79San FranciscoRonald DarbyCBFlorida State
80Kansas CityArie KouandjioOGAlabama
81BuffaloAli MarpetG/THobart
82HoustonTre JacksonOGFlorida State
83San DiegoAmeer AbdullahRBNebraska
84PhiladelphiaRashad GreeneWRFlorida State
85CincinnatiClive WalfordTEMiami
86ArizonaXavier CooperDTWashington State
87PittsburghDoran GrantCBOhio State
88DetroitDaryl WilliamsOTOklahoma
89CarolinaDavid JohnsonRBNoirthern Iowa
90BaltimoreJeremy LangfordRBMichigan State
91DallasTrey FlowersDEArkansas
92DenverJustin HardyWREast Carolina
93IndianapolisTJ YeldonRBAlabama
94Green BayLorenzo MauldinOLBLouisville
95SeattleSteven NelsonCBOregon State
96New EnglandJohn MillerOGLouisville
97cNew EnglandGabe WrightDTAuburn
98cKansas CityJeremiah PoutasiG/TUtah
99cCincinnatiTy MontgomeryWRStanford

35 thoughts on “2015 3-Round Projection

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  2. SolarMike

    40 New York Giants Danielle Hunter DE Tennessee?

    LSU is the college I believe.

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  5. Paulbip

    You have the perfect draft for the Browns. I would rather take Brown with the 2nd pick in the first, but a WR would be fine.

  6. Big Mike

    I’ve gotten used to horrible Charger drafts. We don’t need another. … we need a RG now, or at least an OT who can bump inside. I’d take Flowers easily over Peat, but I’m mocking Tomlinson for us in the 2nd. .. We’re desperate for an edge rush. You have Dupree available. I don’t think he will be but if he is he’s mine. Otherwise, NT Malcom Brown and get Davis Tull later … We also need ILB depth, but not in the 2nd. Take Zach Vigil later. We need that OG … Finally, the last thing we need is another 200 lb RB, especially a tumbler. We need a bellcow type. I happen to prefer underrated Buck Allen here in the 3rd. … That’s 3 needed starters. Anything more is gravy.

    1. Colin Lindsay

      Mike: Good points; I believe the thinking in SD is that with Peat you kick Fluker, who has been at best average if that at RT, inside to OG where his lack of footspeed and agility won’t be exposed so much and in the process maybe upgrade two positions for the price of one. And because there is some depth along the OL one could wait until the second to grab a guy like Tomlinson, but always remember here that a player taken around 17th has about a 50% chance of coming in starting from day one in the NFL, whereas the probability falls to 30-35% for a guy taken in the 40s.

  7. Mike J

    I like this for my Bucs also. A poll at Pewter Reort reveals the fans (71%) think an O-lineman at 34 is the way to go, & DE is second, at 27%. Cummings and Flowers represent good value, it seems (I am no scout).

    1. Pigskin Paul Guillemette

      Mike the Bucs have got to give some major attention to that OL of theirs. They need to use that 34 Pick on an OT and another for an Int OL in Round 4 or 5. The guys on their current roster wouldn’t even rank as a Top 10 OL group at the collegiate level. Then they wonder why they can’t find a solid QB. You have to protect even the best to win. Pigskin Paul

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    1. Pigskin Paul Guillemette

      Given the trade of Cassel to the BIlls that would certainly make sense. Now the ? becomes when will the Vikings rid themselves of 1st Round bust CHRISTIAN PONDER? Maybe a HILL signing will be the catalyst.

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  19. Mike

    Hello Colin,

    Regarding Denver draft and your projection of Devin Funchess, WR/Hybrid TE, it simply isn’t a luxury the Broncos will have to use a high draft pick to replace departing TE Julius Thomas (free agency). Denver will need 3 new starters on its OL, and by switching to a 3-4 defense (Elway, Kubiak, Wade Phillips choice), the team will now have to re-tool its front defensive 7 to add a stud ML and bigger DL to play end than the current guys they have such as Derek Wolfe and Malik Jackson. Or, if Sylvester slides to DE, they will be in the market for a big NT as well.

    In addition, receiver is not really a position of desperation anyway as Denver traded up higher in the 2nd round last year to select Indiana WR Cody Latimer, whom the team plans to start along with Demaryius Thomas (most likely franchised) and, of course, Emmanuel Sanders. Even with Welker retiring, they will be fine at WR. Latimer simply couldn’t get on the field last year with all the depth at TE/WR.

    Denver can select a TE on day two or three of the draft.

    And more of an opinion, if any team drafting in the late first round needs a pass rusher, they will be so sorry to let Nate Orchard slip to the 2nd round (e.g. Dallas)-dude is that good. Check out highlights of the game where Nate schooled Colorado State OT Ty Sambraillo.

    Thanks for posting your mock draft.

    Mike B
    Vernal, Utah

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  22. Mike J.

    As a Bucs fan, I like this mocker. Orchard was impressive in the bowl game (OTOH, I love Denzel Perryman), & I have always liked Williams. Good job spotting needs. I wish there were more rounds–my only critique!

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