2015 NFL Mock Draft: Post-Combine Edition

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Clemmings didn’t have the combine he probably hoped to have, keeping him in that top OT running due to his elite athleticism. He did enough, however, to keep his selling point, upside, as the key to where he is selected. The Vikings have a tackle problem, and with a talented quarterback in <strong><a href=. Offensive Tackle. Pittsburgh. T.J. Clemmings. 11. player. 60

12. player. 53. My original comparison for Dupree was a more explosive <strong><a href=. Defensive End. Kentucky. Alvin Dupree

Florida. Dante Fowler Jr.. 13. player. 15. Fowler was one of the losers of the combine as he failed to live up to the athletic ability he promised on tape. It won’t keep him from being drafted this highly, however. His overall RAS grade was just below 5.00, and when the scores are complete he might be just at it. You don’t want an athletically average guy, but that’s why you don’t JUST take those scores. On tape, Fowler is still one of the best pass rushers in this class and the Saints are in need of one, especially if Junior Gallette is gone.. Linebacker

59. I originally had the Dolphins picking up <strong><a href=. Safety. Alabama. Landon Collins. 14. player

The 49ers ended up in a weird position where all the guys they wanted were still gone by their pick, but the guy they eventually selected was still on the board. Collins will cushion the blow of losing <strong><a href=. Offensive Tackle. LSU. La'El Collins. 15. player. 42

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