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

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With no Johnny Football to fawn over, <strong><a href=. Tight End. Minnesota. Maxx Williams. 27. player. 123

While there is <a href=. Offensive Line. Colorado State. Ty Sambrailo. 28. player. 45

29. player. 46. Another successful team with many holes with varying degrees of need are the Colts.  They could address their <a href=. Defensive End/Linebacker. Kentucky. Alvin Dupree

49. While it’s pretty much <a href=. Defensive End. Oregon. Arik Armstead. 30. player

player. 36. Maybe this is the season Pete Carrol stops pretending he’s the smartest man in the room (Not believing it, that’ll probably never happen).  The 2013 SB champions traded away a 1st round for Percy Harvin (later traded away for far less) then picked up an undersized, injured receiver in the 2nd.  Carrol always seems like a guy looking to show just how smart he is, and I hope his recent draft failings humble him back into making <a href=. Wide Receiver. Arizona State. Jaelen Strong. 31

Oklahoma State. Owamagbe Odighizuwa. 32. player. 47. And it’s a first round <a href=. Defensive End

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