2015 NFL Mock Draft: Pre-Combine, Full First Round

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16. player. 10. My first no brainer pick in a while, the Texans <a href=. Offensive Tackle. Stanford. Andrus Peat

player. 13. I’ll admit that I haven’t watched as many Chargers games as most of the teams in the NFL.  It doesn’t take a lot of viewing to see where the <a href=. Center. Florida State. Cameron Erving. 17

The <a href=. Wide Receiver. Louisville. DeVante Parker. 18. player. 124

Dorial Green-Beckham. 19. player. 53. *Sigh*  While the first pick I saw the Browns make just made too much sense for everyone involved, this is somewhat more convoluted.  Yes, the Browns need a receiver, and frankly drafting a second one isn’t that far fetched.  Green-Beckham comes with loads of character flags, however, and I just don’t think Jimmy Haslam has learned his lesson.  On field, the team benefits from having Kevin White and DGB, two different types of receivers who can win in different ways, and at the very least their depth is served for a while.  Off the field, let’s just hope Haslam handcuffs DGB to a handler like any responsible owner would.  Sadly, the Browns cannot draft a responsible owner with this pick.. Wide Receiver. Oklahoma

Florida State. Jameis Winston. 20. player. 54. Ending his slide at 20, Winston actually ends up going to a pretty surprising team.  <a href=. Quarterback

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