Ell’s NFL Mock Draft 2015 Part II (After the Combine)

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March 6, 2015 by Ell and Mike Sports

Ell’s NFL Mock Draft 2015 Part II (After the Combine)



  1. Bucs – QB Jameis Winston (Florida State)

Jameis is still the best QB in the draft and the most pro ready prospect after playing in a pro-style offense at Florida State. He can be the new face of the franchise.

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  1. Titans – DE/DT Leonard Williams (USC)

Williams is the best defensive player in the draft and deserves to go #1 in the opinion of many people. He will give the Titans a defensive star to build around next to DE/DT Jurrell Casey.


  1. Jags – OLB Dante Fowler Jr. (Florida)

Fowler Jr. has great size and had a great combine to solidify his status as the best LB in the draft. He is a versatile player who can lineup in many spots and he can do more than just rush the passer.


  1. Raiders – WR Kevin White (West Virginia)

White wowed people at the combine moving into the #1 WR spot in most people’s opinion. He seems to have a lot of upside and what team always seems to intrigued with a player’s potential.


  1. Redskins – DT Danny Shelton (Washington)

Shelton showed his high motor and great footwork at the combine solidifying his spot as the best DT in the draft. He will make the Redskins very happy with his ability to apply pressure.




  1. Jets – QB Marcus Mariota (Oregon)
  2. Bears – DE/OLB Randy Gregory (Nebraska)
  3. Falcons – OLB Vic Beasley (Clemson)
  4. Giants – OT Brandon Scherff (Iowa)
  5. Rams – WR Amari Cooper (Alabama)
  6. Vikings – WR Devante Parker (Louisville)
  7. Browns – WR Doriel Green-Beckham (Oklahoma)
  8. Saints – DE Shane Ray (Missouri)
  9. Dolphins – CB Trae Waynes (Michigan State)
  10. 49ers – DE/DT Arik Armstead (Oregon)             


  1. Texans – OT Andrus Peat (Stanford)
  2. Chargers – RB Todd Gurley (Georgia)
  3. Chiefs – S Landon Collins (Alabama)
  4. Browns – OT La’el Collins (LSU)
  5. Eagles – CB Jalen Collins (LSU)
  6. Bengals – DT Malcom Brown (Texas)
  7. Steelers – DT/DE Eddie Goldman (Florida State)
  8. Detroit – T T.J. Clemmings (Pitt)
  9. Cardinals – RB Melvin Gordon (Wisconsin)
  10. Panthers – OT Erick Flowers (Miami)
  11. Ravens – TE Max Williams (Minnesota)
  12. Cowboys – DE Alvin Dupree (Kentucky)
  13. Broncos – DT Jordan Phillips (Oklahoma)
  14. Colts- ILB Benardrick McKinney (Mississippi State)
  15. Packers – ILB Eric Kendricks (UCLA)
  16. Seahawks – CB Marcus Peters (Washington)
  17. Patriots – LT/C Cameron Erving (Florida State)


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