2015 NFL Mock Draft: Post-Combine Edition

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The Jets need a quarterback and while I still think new head coach <strong><a href=. Quarterback. Oregon. Marcus Mariota. 6. player. 30

player. 57. This time the Bears pass on a safety. <strong><a href=. Defensive End. Missouri. Shane Ray. 7

Wide Receiver. Alabama. Amari Cooper. 8. player. 44. With Ray and Beasley gone, and Fowler falling, the Falcons lose out on a premiere pass rusher with their first round pick. While many will put Bud Dupree this high due to his natural athleticism, I don’t feel his technique makes him the day one impact many are selling him as. Meanwhile, the Falcons were once considered to have the best receiving corps in the NFL with <strong><a href=

31. No change for the G-Men, who still need to solidify their offensive line. Scherff brings a meanness to his blocking that has been lacking for several years in New York. His primary purpose will be opening holes, whether the Giants keep him at tackle or guard, and I expect some struggles pass blocking as a rookie, but this pick should otherwise pay off early and often.. Offensive Tackle. Iowa. Brandon Scherff. 9. player

Louisville. Devante Parker. 10. player. 51. The Rams arent’ as lucky for their second mock draft as Amari Cooper is gone, but they are still fortunate that the talented <strong><a href=. Wide Receiver

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