O/A Rank Top-10 Cornerbacks
9 Trae Waynes
16 Marcus Peters
27 Jalen Collins
28 Kevin Johnson
35 Byron Jones
43 Eric Rowe
51 P.J. Williams
58 Ronald Darby
68 Quinten Rollins
73 Alex Carter
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NFL 2015 Live Mock Draft Round 1
Selections 17-32

2015 NFL Adaptive Live Mock Draft
May 2, 2015


17 San Francisco
Arik Armstead
    Oregon
    DE34
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'7"
Weight:
296
Alternate Pick #1
Malcom Brown
Alternate Pick #2
Eric Kendricks
Arik Armstead has the talent to be dominant in this system. Justin Smith and Darnell Dockett are aging, and Armstead will benefit from getting to learn from them in their "twilight years". He needs work playing with leverage consistently and using his hands, but this kid is a freak athletically. Imagine being an offensive tackle with Armstead on your inside and Aldon Smith on your outside. That is scary! [Armstead Highlights]
Grade: A
18 Kansas City
Marcus Peters
    Washington
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
193
Alternate Pick #1
T.J. Clemmings
Alternate Pick #2
Eric Kendricks
There is no doubt that CB is a big need for the Chiefs. Teams need three good CB's these days and Peters will join Sean Smith and Philip Gaines in forming a terrific secondary. Peters has great talent, but comes with major red flags for maturity. Andy Reid can get the best out of troubled talents. If Reid can help Peters mature, the Chiefs have a steal. [Peters' Highlights]
Grade:B
19 Cleveland
Cameron Erving
    Florida St
    ROT
    Reach/Value:     -14
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
313
Alternate Pick #1
Eric Kendricks
Alternate Pick #2
T.J. Clemmings
Cameron Erving! The converted DT who became an All-SEC Tackle. He was moved to Center, where he became the best in the nation at that position, also. With Alex Mack in what looks like his last season as a Brown, you couldn't dream up a more versatile, talented anchor for your O-Line. An outstanding in-line blocker, Erving also excelled at protecting this year's top pick, QB Jameis Winston. [Erving Highlights]
Grade: A+
20 Philadelphia
Nelson Agholor
    USC
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -22
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
198
Alternate Pick #1
Breshad Perriman
Alternate Pick #2
T.J. Clemmings
Well, after offering half their starting defense and a bevy of high picks to consummate the Mariota-Kelly marriage the world has been waiting for, the selection of USC wide receiver Nelson Agholor might come across as a tad anti-climatic to some. Agholor has good straight line speed (4.42-forty), very good change of direction, and excellent route running techniques. One of the most polished WRs in the draft, Agholor and Jordan Mathews give the Eagles a talented WR duo for Sam Bradford. [Agholor Highlights]
Grade: B
21 Cincinnati
Cedric Ogbuehi
    Texas A&M
    LOT
    Reach/Value:     -53
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
306
Alternate Pick #1
T.J. Clemmings
Alternate Pick #2
Jake Fisher
With uncertainty in the futures of Whitworth and Smith, the Bengals invest in the future of the O-line. The Cincy O-line is very solid, but the cupboard is bare behind the starters. Ogbuehi is a big-body young man who will help protect Dalton and be a force in the run game. He's highly athletic and if not for a knee injury, he would have been drafted sooner. He will have time to heal, and the great line coaching in Cincy will help him develop into the future franchise blind side. [Ogbuehi Analysis]
Grade:A-
22 Pittsburgh
Alvin Dupree
    Kentucky
    OLB34
    Reach/Value:     +10
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
269
Alternate Pick #1
Randy Gregory
Alternate Pick #2
Jalen Collins
The Steelers once more let the draft come to them and get a great kid here at 22. Dupree is a positively explosive athlete (42" Vertical and 11'6" Broad Jump) with good production (2014: 74 Tackles, 12.5 TFL, 7.5 Sacks) in the SEC. He has the potential to be effective with both speed and power moves. With this pick the Steelers finally fill the void left by Woodley on the left side of the line. Moats will start the season while Dupree learns the defense and contributes on passing downs.[Bud Dupree's Highlights]Grade:A
23 Denver
Shane Ray
    Missouri
    OLB34
    Reach/Value:     -13
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
245
Alternate Pick #1
T.J. Clemmings
Alternate Pick #2
Malcom Brown
I've had the Broncos selecting an OL most of the year. I thought they were getting ahead of Carolina to get D.J. Humphries. Ray is a top pass rusher, but a team that needs to win now shouldn't be drafting depth in RD1. I like Ray in this system, but with Ware and Miller in place, I'm not sure this helps get Peyton to a Super Bowl in the few years he has left. The results of this pick were going to tell whether or not they are in a "win-now" mode or possibly rebuilding. Not sure if this answers that question. [Ray's Highlights]
Grade: B
24 Arizona
D.J. Humphries
    Florida
    LOT
    Reach/Value:     -17
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
307
Alternate Pick #1
Randy Gregory
Alternate Pick #2
Jalen Collins
Arizona has really committed to improving that offensive line over the last few years, and this may be the final piece of the puzzle. A team that spent most of the season as the top team in the NFC, the Cardinals watched themselves become irrelevant in the playoffs before the regular season was even over because they couldn't keep a quarterback healthy. This is a direct result of that frustration. They brought in Mike Iupati, and now they are adding a solid right tackle in Humphries. (See 3 Highlight Videos).
Grade: A-



25 Carolina
Shaq Thompson
    Washington
    OLB43
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
228
Alternate Pick #1
Landon Collins
Alternate Pick #2
T.J. Clemmings
The Panthers passed on my prediction of Landon Collins and on The TX DT of Malcom Brown and went with LB Shaq Thompson. I'm surprised with the pick but shows that Gettleman is looking for the future to pair with Luke Kuechly. Thompson isinstinctive and shoots gaps quickly. Thompson said the Panthers were in touch with him more than any other team so this really should not be a surprise. Check out his highlights here).
Grade: C
26 Baltimore
Breshad Perriman
    Central Florida
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
215
Alternate Pick #1
Jalen Collins
Alternate Pick #2
Randy Gregory
If Perriman dons #82, the Ravens fans may not think Torrey Smith moved to the Left Coast. This is yet another instance of need and value intersecting at the right moment. Newsome does it again as the draft falls perfectly for him. While Perriman's hands have been questioned, his speed and pedigree are excellent. He averaged nearly 21 yards/catch for UCF in 2014. Flacco-to-Perriman has a nice ring to it. [Perriman's Highlights]
Grade: A+
27 Dallas
Byron Jones
    Connecticut
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -8
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
196
Alternate Pick #1
Owamagbe Odighizuwa
Alternate Pick #2
Jalen Collins
I have taken a look at the "guest list" of prospects invited to Valley Ranch, not an absolute but normally a good indicator, and have narrowed my focus. I don't believe the Cowboys will invest a 1st-round pick on a RB (unless Gurley falls), the top pass-rushers are gone and CB still appears to be the best value at 27. I shifted gears this week to the athletic Huskie, whose Combine numbers jump off the page and match his production. [Jones' Highlights]
Grade:A-
28 Detroit
Laken Tomlinson
    Duke
    OG
    Reach/Value:     -25
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
323
Alternate Pick #1
Landon Collins
Alternate Pick #2
T.J. Clemmings
Detroit trades back five spots for a non-athletic OG in RD1? We should say that the Lions drafted Manny "Man Ram" Ramirez for the second time! Tomlinson has a serious case of the "shorts" where athleticism is concerned. He can't pull out of the line, and forget second-level blocking. He'll occupy the opponent in front of him by reading stock quotes from memory. [Tomlinson Highlights]
Grade: D-
29 Indianapolis
Phillip Dorsett
    Miami (FL)
    WRS
    Reach/Value:     -36
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
185
Alternate Pick #1
Malcom Brown
Alternate Pick #2
Eddie Goldman
With a tremendous, no.....wait..........dare I say DESPERATE need of defensive playmakers, Indy's vaunted front office goes with the mighty selection of the wide receiver from Miami, Phillip Dorsett. I can't begin to fathom the thinking that went into this selection, but I'm sure GM Ryan Grigson and Coach Chuck Pagano believe Dorsett can also play NT, defend passes from the safety position and occassionally run the ball back on kickoffs. Unbelievable. [Dorsett Highlights]
Grade: F (And that's no reflection on Dorsett)
30 Green Bay
Damarious Randall
    Arizona State
    FS
    Reach/Value:     -18
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
190
Alternate Pick #1
Eric Kendricks
Alternate Pick #2
Jalen Collins
The Green Bay Packers select a safety for the second year in a row. This was a bit of a shocker - don't know ANYONE who saw this coming. Randall is a bit undersized, but is arguably the best cover safety in this draft. He plays with aggression (averaged 8 tackles per game last season) and has also played in the slot. Some scouts have mentioned a conversion to cornerback might be best for him; perhaps that's what the Packers are thinking. Will contribute immediately on special teams. [Randall's Highlights]
Grade B
31 New Orleans
Stephone Anthony
    Clemson
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     -21
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
243
Alternate Pick #1
Jalen Collins
Alternate Pick #2
Randy Gregory
Anthony was the defensive QB of the Tiger defense, and will bring much-needed speed, physicality and leadership to the defensive unit. It will be interesting to see how Stephone will excel on defense without actually having to QB the Saints' defense, but rather just read and react. Should be an immediate starter if he keeps his focus and works hard prior to and all through camp. [Highlights]Grade: B+
32 New England
Malcom Brown
    Texas
    DT34
    Reach/Value:     +17
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
319
Alternate Pick #1
Jalen Collins
Alternate Pick #2
Eddie Goldman
Malcom Brown
falling to the last pick of the first round was a blessing for the Patriots. The 6'2" and 319lbs DT will be a perfect replacement for the departed Vince Wilfork. It was thought the Patriots had traded the pick to the Texans, but these reports were untrue as the Patriots couldn't pass on Brown at this spot. Brown will start from day one, and will be the run stuffing DT the Patriots needed.
Grade:A-

Traded Round 1 Picks:
Cleveland gets Buffalo 1st round pick (Sammy Watkins)
New Orleans gets Seattle 1st Round pick (Jimmy Graham trade)

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Top-40 Players
Psn
1 Jameis Winston
Florida St
QB
6 Vic Beasley
Clemson
OLB34
11 DeVante Parker
Louisville
WRF
14 Ereck Flowers
Miami (FL)
ROT
28 Kevin Johnson
Wake Forest
CB
29 Eddie Goldman
Florida St
DT34
31 Eli Harold
Virginia
OLB34
33 Cameron Erving
Florida St
OC
51 P.J. Williams
Florida St
CB
52 Stephone Anthony
Clemson
ILB
53 Laken Tomlinson
Duke
OG
54 Clive Walford
Miami (FL)
TE
58 Ronald Darby
Florida St
CB
59 Grady Jarrett
Clemson
DT43
61 Denzel Perryman
Miami (FL)
ILB
62 Lorenzo Mauldin
Louisville
OLB34
65 Phillip Dorsett
Miami (FL)
WRS
70 Rashad Greene
Florida St
WRF
75 Duke Johnson
Miami (FL)
RBF
82 Tre' Jackson
Florida St
OG
86 Mario Edwards Jr
Florida St
DE43
104 Brian Mihalik
Boston College
DE34
116 Anthony Chickillo
Miami (FL)
DE43
123 Max Valles
Virginia
OLB43
127 Andy Gallik
Boston College
OC
134 John Miller
Louisville
OG
139 Jamison Crowder
Duke
WRS
140 Charles Gaines
Louisville
CB
142 James Sample
Louisville
SS
146 B.J. Dubose
Louisville
DE34
149 Shaquille Mason
Georgia Tech
OC
151 Anthony Harris
Virginia
SS
154 Gerod Holliman
Louisville
FS
155 Sean Hickey
Syracuse
LOT
161 Durrell Eskridge
Syracuse
FS
170 Nick O'Leary
Florida St
TE
176 Corey Crawford
Clemson
OLB34
177 Darren Waller
Georgia Tech
WRF
183 Tavaris Barnes
Clemson
DE34
186 Josue Matias
Florida St
OG
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