2015 NFL Mock Draft: Post-Combine Edition

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The Texans still luck out and get their guy. Though Peat helped himself at the combine by measuring well overall (A 6.90 RAS grade is respectable), and looked smooth in his movements, I don’t feel he did enough to really stand out and put teams on notice. I expect that to change some when his pro day hits, as Peat is probably the best overall athlete in this draft class at tackle. Technique is still a massive question mark, but he’ll get thrown to the wolves early in Houston and be expected to hold his own.. Offensive Tackle. Stanford. Andrus Peat. 16. player. 10

17. player. 13. With DJ Fluker kicking inside to guard, the Chargers need someone that they can reliably expect to protect their QB and open some holes in the run game. This time around, they don’t miss out on any of the best tackles, and land my personal favorite in Ereck Flowers. Flowers is a natural left tackle, but will get some time to learn on the opposite side in San Diego where he’ll get to work on his run blocking and technique. Flowers had a good overall combine in his measurements (A 7.90 RAS grade led all OTs), but absolutely torpedoed himself in the drills. None of his strengths in technique and functional athleticism showed up and was instead replaced by feet made of potatoes and hips made of plywood. Tape doesn’t lie, however, and he’ll still go highly in this draft to a team that won’t regret it.. Offensive Tackle. Miami (Fla.). Ereck Flowers

Dorial Green-Beckham. 18. player. 124. It’s still uncertain just how much his off field issues will affect his draft stock, but after a successful combine where he did what he had to and said all the right things, <strong><a href=. Wide Receiver. Oklahoma

Devin Funchess. 19. player. 53. Having opted to forego their offensive needs with their first pick, the Cleveland Browns were left with limited options with their second. <strong><a href=. Wide Receiver. Michigan

Trae Waynes. 20. player. 54. The Eagles are set at nickelback, but not so much on the outside. It would be preferable for Waynes to land somewhere he wouldn’t have to start right away, but he’ll likely get some fast paced training in Chip Kelly’s defense. Waynes is going to have a rough rookie year in Philadelphia with who he’ll have to face off against, but this pick is for the long term and the Eagles are trying to find a player that can start for them longer than just this season.. Cornerback. Michigan State

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