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Five Round Mock Draft

By ACinthe715. Last updated on 3/9/2015 2:45 PM

Round 1

1st (1st): Buccaneers - QB Jameis Winston - Florida St.

Analysis: Bucs go and take their franchise QB in Winston over Mariota. Winston, despite all his red flags, is more NFL ready than any other QB in the draft. Although he may be NFL ready he's still go to fix the small things that led to a very mediocre sophmore year for the Seminoles.

1st (2nd): Titans - QB Marcus Mariota - Oregon

Analysis: Jake Locker was a bust and Zach Mettenberger is a good backup at best so the Titans go and grab Mariota who may have to spend a year behind Mettenberger to learn the NFL game.

1st (3rd): Jaguars - 43DE Randy Gregory - Nebraska

Analysis: Jacksonville is desperate to find a pass rushing DE as Chris Clemons was inconsistent in his first year in Jacksonville and he'll turn 34 in October. The Jags take Gregory who bounced back from a poor combine at his pro day.

1st (4th): Raiders - WR Amari Cooper - Alabama

Analysis: Raiders have some good #2 and #3 receivers but not the bonafide #1. They lost out on Randall Cobb in free agency so they go and grab the top receiver in the draft in Cooper who would be the go to guy for Derek Carr.

1st (5th): Redskins - CB Trae Waynes - Michigan St.

Analysis: The Washington secondary is a mess and with DeAngelo Hall tearing his achilles twice he may not be back. They try to fix this by drafting Waynes who can run with the fastest of receivers and can contest for high balls.

1st (6th): Jets - OT Brandon Scherff - Iowa

Analysis: The Jets' offensive line wasn't very good this past season. The two guards, in particular, were brutal. They go and draft Scherff who's best projected to be moved inside to guard.

1st (7th): Bears - 43DE Dante Fowler Jr. - Florida

Analysis: Bears have converted to a 3-4 defense and the are expecting Jared Allen to suddenly become a standup linebacker. It doesn't sound to promising so the Bears go and take Fowler who's projected to be a 3-4 OLB and is the best pass rushing linebacker in the draft.

1st (8th): Falcons - SS Landon Collins - Alabama

Analysis: The biggest need the Falcons have in their secondary is at the safety position. Dwight Lowery is a free agent, so if he's not retained, a safety is needed next to William Moore. They grab Collins who is the #1 safety in the draft.

1st (9th): Giants - 34DE Leonard Williams - USC

Analysis: Johnathan Hankins was a stud this past season, but he had very little help next to him. Luckily for the Giants Leonard Williams falls right into their lap and him and Hankins could give the NFC East offenses nightmares with both of them rushing up the middle. Williams of course would convert to a 4-3 DT

1st (10th): Rams - OT Andrus Peat - Stanford

Analysis: Jake Long has discussed retirement because of his injuries. The Rams can't count on him playing. They draft Peat here to help rebuild an absolutely terrible offensive line.

1st (11th): Vikings - OT Cameron Erving - Florida St.

Analysis: The Vikings offensive line struggled a lot in 2014, many blame on left tackle Matt Kalil but the guard position was even worse. Charles Johnson was terrible and Joe Berger is a free agent so the position must be addressed. They take Erving who played all over the Seminoles offensive line so he can play any position but most likely he'll be put in the guard spot.

1st (12th): Browns - WR Kevin White - West Virginia

Analysis: Josh Gordon could be suspended again for the rest of the season next year and that leaves Cleveland with zero receivers at all. They draft White to give whoever is playing QB for the Browns next year a reliable target.

1st (13th): Saints - 43DE Vic Beasley - Clemson

Analysis: The Saints were able to get pressure from Cameron Jordan and Junior Galette and nobody else. They draft Beasley to play as a 3-4 OLB.

1st (14th): Dolphins - OT La'el Collins - LSU

Analysis: Miami's offensive line improved last year after a horrible 2013. Mike Pouncey will get another shot at being a guard but the other spot needs to be addressed so they draft Collins who would kick inside to guard.

1st (15th): 49ers - WR DeVante Parker - Louisville

Analysis: Michael Crabtree is a free agent and Anquan Boldin is coming towards the end of his career. Even if they sign Torrey Smith the Niners need to add more depth to the receiving corps so they draft Parker.

1st (16th): Texans - OT T.J. Clemmings - Pittsburgh

Analysis: With no QBs on the board the Texans go and with Clemmings. Even with resigning Derek Newton the Texans line needs some youth and talent. They could move Duane Brown over to guard and Clemmings to left tackle or move Clemmings to guard. Either way the line will be better with Clemmings added to the mix.

1st (17th): Chargers - NT Danny Shelton - Washington

Analysis: San Diego's run defense was terrible so they go and grab Shelton who will be impossible to move one on one leaving room for linebackers to clean up. A great steal for San Diego.

1st (18th): Chiefs - OT Ereck Flowers - Miami (FL)

Analysis: Eric Fisher has been a bust so far and hasn't done well at either tackle spot. They go and draft Flowers to put on Alex Smith's blindside and hope Fisher can hold down the right tackle spot.

1st (19th): Browns - 43DE Shane Ray - Missouri

Analysis: Paul Kruger was Cleveland's only real pass rush threat last season. They take Ray here who fell due to not being able to peform at his pro day. He'll have to learn the 3-4 OLB spot and may only be a guy to bring in as a pass rusher on passing downs.

1st (20th): Eagles - 43DE Alvin Dupree - Kentucky

Analysis: The Eagles need some edge rushers and Dupree is the best available as Chip Kelly will think he can play as a 3-4 OLB. Dupree is a sack machine and a bit of a freak and would fit in to Kelly's system.

1st (21st): Bengals - UT Malcom Brown - Texas

Analysis: Cincinnati has to find an upgrade over Domata Peko, who was a major liability in 2014. They draft Brown here to take over the spot from Peko.

1st (22nd): Steelers - CB Marcus Peters - Without

Analysis: There's no question that Pittsburgh's greatest need is at the cornerback position. The team's corners, save for William Gay, were thoroughly embarrassed last year, especially Cortez Allen. They draft Peters who despite his red flags was a superstar in team interviews at the combine and his problems at Washington was that with the coaches.

1st (23rd): Lions - CB Kevin Johnson - Wake Forest

Analysis: With Malcom Brown off the board the Lions will have to wait to find Ndamoukong Suh's replacement. They take Johnson to take the 35 year old Rashean Mathis' spot to help a rebuilt secondary.

1st (24th): Cardinals - CB Quinten Rollins - Miami (OH)

Analysis: Antonio Cromartie had a good year on his 1 year Prove It deal but he may be going somewhere else. The Cards go and grab Rollins who despite playing just one year of football won the MAC Defensive Player of the Year award. Him and Patrick Petterson could be a lockdown duo.

1st (25th): Panthers - HB Todd Gurley - Georgia

Analysis: Jonathan Stewart played well down the stretch but he can't be relied on as the teams #1 back. They grab Gurley who desptie the ACL injury is a dramatic game changer and him and Cam Newton could give defenses fits all year.

1st (26th): Ravens - WR Jaelen Strong - Arizona St.

Analysis: Torrey Smith seems to be heading to San Francisco and Steve Smith could be on the wrong side of 36 even though he had a good season. Baltimore needs to get young at the receiver spot so they draft Strong who carried Arizona State's offense on his back.

1st (27th): Cowboys - WLB Shaq Thompson - Washington

Analysis: The Cowboys need another linebacker next to Rolando McClain and Sean Lee. They signed Keith Rivers but he's a backup at this point in his career. They draft Thompson who could play linebakcer in a 4-3 or safety but Dallas puts him with McClain and Lee.

1st (28th): Broncos - TE Maxx Williams - Minnesota

Analysis: Julius Thomas seems to be good as gone as he may be heading to Jacksonville so the Broncos go and draft Williams to give Peyton Manning a reliable tight end to command double teams to let Demariyus Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders some one on ones.

1st (29th): Colts - 34DE Owamagbe Odighizuwa - UCLA

Analysis: Cory Redding is a free agent so the Colts must address this spot and draft Odighizuwa who could play opposite of Redding if he's resigned.

1st (30th): Packers - WILB Eric Kendricks - UCLA

Analysis: Inside linebacker was a disaster last year for the Packers as they had to pull Clay Matthews from the outside to play in. They found a good one in Sam Barrington but the other spot needs to addressed as they want Matthews to play outside. They draft Kendricks who's the best ILB on the board and can play sideline to sideline.

1st (31st): Seahawks - CB P.J. Williams - Florida St.

Analysis: Byron Maxwell is gone and Tharold Simon was the one man in the Legion of Boom who was exposed. Seattle takes care of this by drafting Williams who was the MVP of the national championship game in 2013.

1st (32nd): Patriots - NT Jordan Phillips - Oklahoma

Analysis: New England released Vince Wilfork so they go and grab Phillips to take over Wilfork's spot on the defensive line and help an improved run defense.

Round 2

2nd (1st): Titans - 43DE Eli Harold - Virginia

Analysis: Derrick Morgan transitioned well into the 3-4, but Kamerion Wimbley barely put any pressure on the quarterback. They draft Harold to make the move to a 3-4 OLB.

2nd (2nd): Buccaneers - 43DE Danielle Hunter - LSU

Analysis: Michael Johnson didn't meet expectations as a free-agent addition, which wasn't much of a surprise. However, the Buccaneers are stuck with him so they draft Hunter to play opposite from him.

2nd (3rd): Raiders - OT Jake Fisher - Oregon

Analysis: Donald Penn worked out as a short-term signing, but at 32, he's not going to be on the team for very long. They draft Fisher and move Penn to guard or to right tackle. Fisher could play anywhere on the offensive line.

2nd (4th): Jaguars - HB Melvin Gordon III - Wisconsin

Analysis: Denard Robinson was a solid RB for the Jags last year but couldn't handle the workload. Jacksonville gets a big break with Gordon dropping down to them in the 2nd round. Gordon carried Wisconsin to a Big 10 title game and Outback Bowl win over Auburn so he can carry Jacksonville and Blake Bortles on his back too. A great steal for Jacksonville.

2nd (5th): Jets - QB Brett Hundley - UCLA

Analysis: Jets are desperate for a QB and they grab Hundley who may need a year on the bench but could be the starter Day 1.

2nd (6th): Redskins - NT Eddie Goldman - Florida St.

Analysis: The Redskins have no nose tackle in the wake of releasing Barry Cofield. Goldman would be drafted here to replace him.

2nd (7th): Bears - OG A.J. Cann - South Carolina

Analysis: Jay Cutler was constantly under pressure, as the Bears had some issues on their offensive line, particularly at the left guard spot. Everyone they started there struggled for the most part. They draft Cann to shore up that spot on the offensive line.

2nd (8th): Giants - MLB Benardrick McKinney - Mississippi St.

Analysis: he Giants have had issues at linebacker for years. Jon Beason was lost with a knee injury during the season, while the team didn't get much out of the strongside position. Jameel McClain disappointed. They draft McKinney here to play Weakside linebacker or move him around to middle linebacker.

2nd (9th): Rams - WR Dorial Green-Beckham - Oklahoma

Analysis: The Rams only have a few #2 receivers but not that game changing receiver. They take DGB who despite all his red flags would be the #1 guy right away no matter who's the QB in St. Louis. High risk/High reward pick here.

2nd (10th): Falcons - HB Ameer Abdullah - Nebraska

Analysis: Steven Jackson was a huge free agent bust and now that he's gone the Falcons need to find a true everydown back. Even though Abdullah is 5'9 he's still a punishing runner thats hard to take down and would help the Falcons offense right away.

2nd (11th): Browns - WR Breshad Perriman - Central Florida

Analysis: Browns already drafted Kevin White but they need more help at receiver so they draft Perriman who's been rising on boards lately and at 6'2 he could be a great compliment to White.

2nd (12th): Saints - CB Jalen Collins - LSU

Analysis: New Orleans has plenty of holes on its putrid defense, but perhaps the biggest one is at cornerback. The group of players at that position had immense issues covering opposing receivers this past season. They go in state and draft Collins who can covcr tall receivers and was the only one who could run down Melvin Gordon .

2nd (13th): Vikings - OG Laken Tomlinson - Duke

Analysis: Vikings go and fix the other guard spot on the offensive line by drafting Tomlinson.

2nd (14th): 49ers - 34DE Arik Armstead - Oregon

Analysis: Justin Smith, 36 in September, has considered retirement. Ray McDonald, meanwhile, was released after a number of off-the-field incidents. The 49ers have Tank Carradine ready to step in, but they also just signed Darnell Dockett but he's coming off an ACL tear so they draft Armstead to either be a depth player or compete for a starting role.

2nd (15th): Dolphins - CB D'Joun Smith - Florida Atlantic

Analysis: The Dolphins have to find someone better than Cortland Finnegan to start across from Brent Grimes next season. They draft Smith who has been rising on draft boards lately.

2nd (16th): Chargers - OC Reese Dismukes - Auburn

Analysis: Chad Rinehart and Johnnie Troutman formed one of the league's worst guard duos. They draft Dismukes who normally would play center and move him to guard to help Phillip Rivers out.

2nd (17th): Chiefs - WR Sammie Coates - Auburn

Analysis: Chiefs are going to sign Jeremy Maclin but they still need more depth as Dwayne Bowe is no longer a legit #1 receiver or even a #2 receiver. They draft Coates who may need to develop but has the talents to be a NFL receiver.

2nd (18th): Bills - WLB Paul Dawson - Texas Christian

Analysis: The Bills need to get a new ILB after trading Kiko Alonso to Philadelphia so they draft Dawson who was a game changer on defense for TCU.

2nd (19th): Texans - SS Cody Prewitt - Mississippi

Analysis: Former second-round pick D.J. Swearinger has been a major bust They go and replace him with Prewitt who was part of a solid Ole Miss defense.

2nd (20th): Eagles - HB Jay Ajayi - Boise St.

Analysis: Chip Kelly shipped LeSean McCoy off to Buffalo and now needs a new running back. Frank Gore is just a 3rd down back now so they Eagles draft Ajayi to be the do it all RB that Kelly wants in his system.

2nd (21st): Bengals - 34DE Preston Smith - Mississippi St.

Analysis: Cincinnati's defense took a major decline this season because it couldn't generate a pass rush; it had the fewest sacks in the NFL. They draft Smith and have him become a 4-3 DE and try to genearte that missing pass rush.

2nd (22nd): Lions - NT Carl Davis - Iowa

Analysis: Lions need to find Suh's replacement They grab Davis who slides after what many are calling bad interviews at the combine and has a bad attitude but when has that ever stopped Detroit at drafting guys like that before?

2nd (23rd): Cardinals - OG Tre' Jackson - Florida St.

Analysis: Jonathan Cooper has been a monumental bust. Also both guards struggled immensely this past season. They draft Jackson here to provide some protection for whoever is the Cardinals QB

2nd (24th): Steelers - OT Ty Sambrailo - Colorado St.

Analysis: Pittsburgh's offensive line has improved markedly over the years, but the team still has a huge hole at right tackle, where Marcus Gilbert and Mike Adams both struggled in 2014. They draft Sambrailo here to fill that spot.

2nd (25th): Panthers - WR Devin Smith - Ohio St.

Analysis: The Panthers found a stud receiver in Kelvin Benjamin last year but they need a #2 behind him so they draft Smith here who is a home run receiver and can outrun anybody on defense. Him, Kelvin, Gurley and Cam could be a scary combination.

2nd (26th): Ravens - WR Nelson Agholor - USC

Analysis: Ravens double dip at the receiver spot and take Agholor. They can't risk Steve Smith burning out and leaving Strong all by himself. Agholor was at times a one man wrecking crew for USC and would be a good matchup on smaller corners.

2nd (27th): Broncos - SS Anthony Harris - Virginia

Analysis: Rahim Moore, who also has an expiring contract, wasn't the same last year after coming off a brutal leg injury so they draft Harris to put across from TJ Ward.

2nd (28th): Cowboys - UT Michael Bennett - Ohio St.

Analysis: Henry Milton was a liability in run defense and is a free agent so Dallas goes and drafts Bennett here to help stop the run.

2nd (29th): Colts - MLB Denzel Perryman - Miami (FL)

Analysis: The Colts absolutely need to upgrade the interior of their defense. Both D'Qwell Jackson and Jerrell Freeman struggled at inside linebacker, as the team failed to cover tight ends all year. They draft Perryman who can stuff the run and provide coverage.

2nd (30th): Packers - CB Alex Carter - Stanford

Analysis: Both Tramon Williams and Davon House are free agents and both may not be back and Casey Hayward is a free agent next year so they restock the cornerback position by taking Carter who's tall and fast enough to compete against the Megatron and Dez Bryants of the NFC.

2nd (31st): Seahawks - WR Rashad Greene - Florida St.

Analysis: Even with the rumor that Seahawks may acquire Andre Johnson he'd only be a rental and they go and draft Greene to be the long term solution. The Seahawks made it to the Super Bowl the last 2 years with marginally talented receivers and Greene would be the instant #1 option.

2nd (32nd): Patriots - OC Hroniss Grasu - Oregon

Analysis: The Patriots' No. 1 priority is fixing their offensive line so that a 38-year-old Tom Brady is well protected. Both starting guards are very weak, so this is a position New England will really have to focus on this offseason. The center spot is also a concern, so with that in mind they draft Grasu who can play either center or guard but for right now we'll put him here as a guard.

Round 3

3rd (1st): Buccaneers - FS Derron Smith - Fresno St.

3rd (2nd): Titans - OT Daryl Williams - Oklahoma

3rd (3rd): Jaguars - CB Byron Jones - Connecticut

3rd (4th): Raiders - 43DE Mario Edwards Jr. - Florida St.

3rd (5th): Redskins - 34DE Xavier Cooper - Washington St.

3rd (6th): Jets - HB Duke Johnson - Miami (FL)

3rd (7th): Bears - WR Devin Funchess - Michigan

3rd (8th): Rams - OG Ali Marpet - Hobart

3rd (9th): Falcons - 43DE Hau'oli Kikaha - Washington

Analysis: 3-4 OLB

3rd (10th): Giants - 43DE Trey Flowers - Arkansas

3rd (11th): Saints - WR Tyler Lockett - Kansas St.

3rd (12th): Vikings - HB Tevin Coleman - Indiana

3rd (13th): Browns - TE Clive Walford - Miami (FL)

3rd (14th): Dolphins - HB David Johnson - Northern Iowa

3rd (15th): 49ers - WR Phillip Dorsett - Miami (FL)

3rd (16th): Chiefs - SS Jaquiski Tartt - Samford

3rd (17th): Bills - TE Jesse James - Penn St.

3rd (18th): Texans - WR Tre McBride - William & Mary

3rd (19th): Chargers - CB Steven Nelson - Oregon St.

3rd (20th): Eagles - CB Josh Shaw - USC

3rd (21st): Bengals - WLB Kwon Alexander - LSU

3rd (22nd): Cardinals - OG Arie Kouandjio - Alabama

3rd (23rd): Steelers - 43DE Za'Darius Smith - Kentucky

Analysis: 3-4 OLB

3rd (24th): Lions - OG John Miller - Louisville

3rd (25th): Panthers - MLB Stephone Anthony - Clemson

Analysis: Weakside LInebacker

3rd (26th): Ravens - CB Doran Grant - Ohio St.

3rd (27th): Cowboys - HB Jeremy Langford - Michigan St.

3rd (28th): Broncos - UT Gabe Wright - Auburn

Analysis: Convert to NT

3rd (29th): Colts - HB T.J. Yeldon - Alabama

3rd (30th): Packers - UT Marcus Hardison - Arizona St.

Analysis: Convert to NT

3rd (31st): Seahawks - CB Ronald Darby - Florida St.

Analysis: Just a coincedence Seattle's picks have all been FSU players

3rd (32nd): Patriots - WR Justin Hardy - East Carolina

Round 4

4th (1st): Titans - FS Gerod Holliman - Louisville

4th (2nd): Patriots - OT Cedric Ogbuehi - Texas A&M

Analysis: OG

4th (3rd): Raiders - HB David Cobb - Minnesota

4th (4th): Jaguars - OT D.J. Humphries - Florida

4th (5th): Jets - CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu - Oregon

4th (6th): Redskins - OT Donovan Smith - Penn St.

4th (7th): Bears - QB Bryce Petty - Baylor

4th (8th): Falcons - 43DE Lorenzo Mauldin - Louisville

Analysis: 3-4 OLB

4th (9th): Giants - SS Ibraheim Campbell - Northwestern

4th (10th): Buccaneers - OG Josue Matias - Florida St.

4th (11th): Vikings - 34OLB Davis Tull - Tennessee-Chattanooga

4th (12th): Browns - QB Garrett Grayson - Colorado St.

4th (13th): Saints - OC B.J. Finney - Kansas St.

4th (14th): Eagles - 43DE Lynden Trail - Norfolk St.

Analysis: Convert to 3-4 OLB

4th (15th): Dolphins - TE Ben Koyack - Notre Dame

4th (16th): Browns - UT Grady Jarrett - Clemson

Analysis: Convert to NT

4th (17th): Texans - 34DE Henry Anderson - Stanford

4th (18th): Chargers - HB Mike Davis - South Carolina

4th (19th): Chiefs - MLB Ben Heeney - Kansas

4th (20th): Eagles - WR Tony Lippett - Michigan St.

4th (21st): Bengals - WR Dezmin Lewis - Central Arkansas

4th (22nd): Steelers - FS Eric Rowe - Utah

Analysis: move to CB

4th (23rd): Lions - OT Rob Havenstein - Wisconsin

4th (24th): Cardinals - 43DE Cedric Reed - Texas

Analysis: Convert to 3-4 OLB

4th (25th): Panthers - OT Tyrus Thompson - Oklahoma

4th (26th): Ravens - TE Tyler Kroft - Rutgers

4th (27th): 49ers - TE Jeff Heuerman - Ohio St.

4th (28th): Cowboys - CB Senquez Golson - Mississippi

4th (29th): Colts - WR Jamison Crowder - Duke

4th (30th): Packers - HB Javorius Allen - USC

4th (31st): Seahawks - UT Christian Covington - Rice

4th (32nd): Patriots - CB Jacoby Glenn - Central Florida

Round 5

5th (1st): Vikings - CB Kevin White - Texas Christian

5th (2nd): Titans - FS Durell Eskridge - Syracuse

5th (3rd): Jaguars - SS Clayton Geathers - Central Florida

5th (4th): Raiders - WILB Ramik Wilson - Georgia

Analysis: MLB

5th (5th): Redskins - CB Charles Gaines - Louisville

5th (6th): Bears - TE Nick O'Leary - Florida St.

5th (7th): Broncos - OC Andy Gallik - Boston College

5th (8th): Giants - SS Kurtis Drummond - Michigan St.

5th (9th): Rams - SLB Jordan Hicks - Texas

5th (10th): Falcons - OG Jamil Douglas - Arizona St.

5th (11th): Browns - HB Cameron Artis-Payne - Auburn

5th (12th): Saints - UT Kaleb Eulls - Mississippi St.

5th (13th): Vikings - WR Kenny Bell - Nebraska

5th (14th): Dolphins - WR Ty Montgomery - Stanford

5th (15th): 49ers - OG Austin Shepherd - Alabama

5th (16th): Texans - MLB Bryce Hager - Baylor

5th (17th): Chargers - CB Justin Cox - Mississippi St.

5th (18th): Chiefs - CB Lorenzo Doss - Tulane

5th (19th): Bills - OT Sean Hickey - Syracuse

5th (20th): Eagles - 43DE Corey Crawford - Clemson

Analysis: Convert to 3-4 DE

5th (21st): Bengals - TE MyCole Pruitt - Southern Illinois

5th (22nd): Lions - WR Josh Harper - Fresno St.

5th (23rd): Cardinals - MLB Taiwan Jones - Michigan St.

5th (24th): Steelers - 43DE Markus Golden - Missouri

Analysis: Convert to 3-4 OLB

5th (25th): Panthers - SS Jordan Richards - Stanford

5th (26th): Buccaneers - HB Karlos Williams - Florida St.

5th (27th): Cowboys - 34DE Ray Drew - Georgia

Analysis: Convert to 4-3 DE

5th (28th): Broncos - OG Shaquille Mason - Georgia Tech

5th (29th): Colts - 34OLB Geneo Grissom - Oklahoma

5th (30th): Packers - 34OLB Zach Hodges - Harvard

5th (31st): Seahawks - OT Robert Myers - Tennessee St.

5th (32nd): Patriots - NT Joey Mbu - Houston

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