Mock Drafts

Kansas City Selects Marcus Peters (1.18)

Written by Matt Horn on April 30, 2015

The Kansas City Chiefs drafted one of the biggest risk v reward players in the draft with CB Marcus Peters from Washington.  The Chiefs still have a need at WR even after signing Jeremy Maclin, but Peters is a player who could be worth the risk.

The junior defensive back has sparked concern from many due to a poor attitude.  Peters was dismissed from the Washington Huskies partially due to arguments with the coaching staff.  Peters improves a relatively thin Chiefs secondary.


The Browns Select Cameron Erving (1.19)

Written by Dan Matney on April 30, 2015

Cameron Erving

The Cleveland Browns selected Florida State offensive lineman Cameron Erving with the 19th overall pick.

Erving is a solid all around player that will likely start at guard early in his career. In addition, due to his experience playing center last season, he can step in if Alex Smith isn’t ready to start the season.


The 49ers Select Arik Armstead (1.17)

Written by Dan Matney on April 30, 2015

The 49ers Select Arik Armstead (1.17)

The San Francisco 49ers selected Oregon defensive lineman Arik Armstead with the 17th overall pick.

Armstead will add depth to a depleted 49ers front seven. He is a bit of a project player, but he has one of the top ceilings of any prospect in this draft class.


Houston Selects Kevin Johnson (1.16)

Written by Matt Horn on April 30, 2015

The Houston Texans selected CB Kevin Johnson with the 16th pick in the first round.

While many believed Marcus Peters was the best talent at defensive back, two corner backs are off the board quickly.  Johnson is a big hitter who could work his way into what could be a dangerous Houston defense.


The Chargers Select Melvin Gordon (1.15)

Written by Dan Matney on April 30, 2015

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The Chargers traded the 17th pick, a fourth rounder in 2015 and a 5th rounder in 2016 to the San Francisco 49ers to select Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon.

The 2,000+ yard rusher will help bolster the 31st running attack in the NFL last season. Gordon will also help take pressure off of quarterback Phillip Rivers.


The Saints Select Andrus Peat (0.13)

Written by Dan Matney on April 30, 2015

Andrus Peat

The New Orleans Saints selected Stanford tackle Andrus Peat with the 13th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft.

Although many thought they would address the defensive side of the ball, Peat fits well in the new-look Saints offense that are attempting to build the offense around the run game.


St. Louis Selects Todd Gurley (1.10)

Written by Matt Horn on April 30, 2015

St. Louis Selects Todd Gurley  (1.10)

The St. Louis Rams drafted RB Todd Gurley- the highest rated running back prospect in years.  Gurley tore his ACL in October but has said to be reaching near recovery.

Gurley gives the Rams a backfield with a lot of potential.  RB’s Tre Mason and Zac Stacy have shown glimpses of starting ability, but Gurley adds another force to the Rams running game and the St. Louis offense.


The Vikings Select Trae Waynes (1.11)

Written by Dan Matney on April 30, 2015

The Vikings Select Trae Waynes (1.11)

The Minnesota Vikings selected Michigan State cornerback Trae Waynes with the 11th overall selection in the 2015 NFL Draft.

This fills a need for the Vikings. Playing across from Xavier Rhodes, the Vikings now have a solid set of cornerbacks in a division in which they play the likes of Aaron Rodgers and Matt Stafford twice a year.


The Giants Select Ereck Flowers (1.09)

Written by Dan Matney on April 30, 2015

Sep 28, 2013; Tampa, FL, USA; Miami Hurricanes offensive linesman Ereck Flowers (74) against the South Florida Bulls during the second half at Raymond James Stadium. Miami Hurricanes defeated the South Florida Bulls 49-21. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The New York Giants selected Miami offensive tackle Ereck Flowers with the ninth overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft.

The Giants have had a clear need to upgrade the offensive line over the past few seasons. Flowers is a bit of a project player, but he has the potential to start at right tackle Week 1.


Atlanta Selects Vic Beasely (1.08)

Written by Matt Horn on April 30, 2015

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The Atlanta Falcons added one of the quickest forces off the edge in the draft with Vic Beasley.  The Falcons were one of the worst defensive teams in the league last year and Beasley gives them a dangerous pass rusher.  


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