Feb 21, 2015; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston throws a pass during the 2015 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports
Now that the combine is over and there have been considerable changes to multiple prospects’ draft stock, it is time for a second edition of my 2015 NFL mock draft.
1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Quarterback, Florida State
Jameis Winston may have had an awful combine, but he is still the most talented QB in this class. If he can keep his of the field issues out of the way then he will be well worth the number one pick.
2. Tennessee Titans
Defensive Tackle, Southern California
In a draft class lacking talent at the top, Williams is definitely the most talented player. He’ll add a new dimension to Tennessee’s poor front seven.
3. Jacksonville Jaguars
In the modern day of football athleticism is looked at above many other factors. If there’s one thing Beasley is it’s athletic, and he’ll be a perfect LEO in the Jags’ scheme.
4. Oakland Raiders
Wide Receiver, West Virginia
White was already looked at as the top WR in the draft by many, and his 4.35 40 at the combine should only solidify that view. He’ll add a huge weapon for Derek Carr.
5. Washington Redskins
Offensive Tackle, Iowa
The Redskins have holes all throughout their roster, but perhaps the biggest hole is a offensive guard. Scherff will immediately provide a stud presence with the possiblity of also playing tackle.
6. New York Jets
If Jameis Winston is the most talented QB in this class, Mariota isn’t far behind. For a team like the Jets who need a starter, Mariota is a gem at the sixth pick.
7. Chicago Bears
Defensive Tackle, Washington
Danny Shelton doesn’t have the tools to be a Top 10 pick at a devaluing position, but whispers are that the NFL seems to love him anyway. He’ll be a very athletic nose tackle, but he isn’t able to win with as much power as he should.
8. Atlanta Falcons
Dante Fowler Jr.
Fowler is the best edge player in this class and one of the best players in the class overall. For a team in need of a pass rush, Fowler is exactly what the Falcons need.
9. New York Giants
Defensive End, Kentucky
At the combine Dupree showed how athletic he is, which will go along with his on the field skills. The Giants are in a need of a defensive end and Dupree steps in to fill the whole.
10. St. Louis Rams
Offensive Tackle, LSU
The Rams have spent many high picks on offensive linemen but they still have issues at the position. Collins should provide a solid left tackle to sure up the offensive line.