Updated: April 30, 2015 (FINAL)




  TENNESSEE TITANS: JAELEN STRONG, WR, ARIZONA ST.

Scouting Report

Big target who could very easily come off the board in Round 1 to team with Kendall Wright.


  TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS: MARIO EDWARDS, JR., DE, FLORIDA ST.

Scouting Report

Underachiever with 1st Round talent to help replace Adrian Clayborn and Michael Johnson.


  OAKLAND RAIDERS: PHILLIP DORSETT, WR, MIAMI (FL)

Scouting Report

Electrifying speed demon who would stretch the field vertically for Derek Carr to throw to.


  JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS: LANDON COLLINS, S, ALABAMA

Scouting Report

Terrific value and could be the impact presence the secondary has been missing for years.


  NEW YORK JETS: SHANE RAY, OLB, MISSOURI

Scouting Report

Will likely fall out of Round 1 due to concerns about size, position, health and character.


  WASHINGTON REDSKINS: T.J. CLEMMINGS, OT, PITTSBURGH

Scouting Report

Converted defensive lineman is still rough around the edges but offers a whole lot of upside.


  CHICAGO BEARS: CARL DAVIS, DT, IOWA

Scouting Report

320 pounder to help anchor the middle of defensive coordinator Vic Fangio's new 3-4 scheme.


  NEW YORK GIANTS: OWAMAGBE ODIGHIZUWA, DE, UCLA

Scouting Report

Looks like a first rounder on paper and the G-Men need another pass rusher to team with JPP.


  ST. LOUIS RAMS: DORIAL GREEN-BECKHAM, WR, OKLAHOMA

Scouting Report

Clearly a first round talent but draft stock and future are clouded by serious off-the-field issues.


  ATLANTA FALCONS: A.J. CANN, OG, SOUTH CAROLINA

Scouting Report

Thick, stout and powerful blocker with good intangibles to help shore up issues on the interior.


  CLEVELAND BROWNS: MAXX WILLIAMS, TE, MINNESOTA

Scouting Report

Consensus top pure tight end in this class would be a perfect replacement for Jordan Cameron.


  NEW ORLEANS SAINTS: STEPHONE ANTHONY, ILB, CLEMSON

Scouting Report

Productive, athletic all-around 'backer has quietly shot up draft board over the past six months.


  MINNESOTA VIKINGS: SHAQ THOMPSON, OLB / S, WASHINGTON

Scouting Report

Classic 'tweener but Mike Zimmer knows how to maximize the potential of this versatile athlete.


  SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS: BENARDRICK MCKINNEY, ILB, MISSISSIPPI ST.

Scouting Report

Unexpected retirements of Patrick Willis and Chris Borland turned team strength into a concern.


  MIAMI DOLPHINS: ALI MARPET, OG, HOBART

Scouting Report

Rare top prospect from the Division III level with an impressive mix of size and athleticism.


  SAN DIEGO CHARGERS: TEVIN COLEMAN, RB, INDIANA

Scouting Report

Explosive big play threat and all-around weapon for run game to help replace Ryan Mathews.





  KANSAS CITY CHIEFS: ERIC KENDRICKS, ILB, UCLA

Scouting Report

Undersized but explosive 'backer to learn from and then eventually replace Derrick Johnson.


  BUFFALO BILLS: PRESTON SMITH, DE, MISSISSIPPI ST.

Scouting Report

Big, long, powerful and would be a good fit as a five-technique in Rex Ryan's defensive scheme.


  HOUSTON TEXANS: DENZEL PERRYMAN, ILB, MIAMI (FL)

Scouting Report

Some physical shortcomings but a classic, old-school, instinctive MIKE to spearhead the defense.


  PHILADELPHIA EAGLES: ERIC ROWE, CB / S, UTAH

Scouting Report

Fast-rising, rangy cover guy could help shore up a leaky secondary at either cornerback or safety.


  CINCINNATI BENGALS: MICHAEL BENNETT, DT, OHIO ST.

Scouting Report

Undersized but very quick with superb intangibles and also a pretty good value at this point.


  DETROIT LIONS: XAVIER COOPER, DT, WASHINGTON ST.

Scouting Report

Replacement for Ndamukong Suh as well as a perfect fit for their scheme alongside Haloti Ngata.


  ARIZONA CARDINALS: EDDIE GOLDMAN, DT, FLORIDA ST.

Scouting Report

Arguably a first round talent and potential steal to help replace Dan Williams at nose tackle.


  PITTSBURGH STEELERS: NATE ORCHARD, OLB, UTAH

Scouting Report

Lacks elite physical tools but is a very productive edge pass rusher with a non-stop motor.


  CAROLINA PANTHERS: DEVIN SMITH, WR, OHIO ST.

Scouting Report

Dynamic vertical threat (28.2 YPC!) who would be a perfect complement to Kelvin Benjamin.


  BALTIMORE RAVENS: SAMMIE COATES, WR, AUBURN

Scouting Report

Dangerous big play threat with fantastic size and speed averaged 21.4 yards per catch in college.


  DENVER BRONCOS: CLIVE WALFORD, TE, MIAMI (FL)

Scouting Report

Julius Thomas is gone and has been replaced by a bevy of unproven youngsters and journeymen.


  DALLAS COWBOYS: JAY AJAYI, RB, BOISE ST.

Scouting Report

America's Team found DeMarco Murray in Round 3 and are still searching for a replacement.


  INDIANAPOLIS COLTS: QUINTEN ROLLINS, S, MIAMI (OH)

Scouting Report

Inexperienced former basketball player could project to either corner or free safety in the pros.


  GREEN BAY PACKERS: JORDAN PHILLIPS, DT, OKLAHOMA

Scouting Report

B.J. Raji needs to be replaced soon and this guy offers a freakish blend of size and athleticism.


  SEATTLE SEAHAWKS: DEVIN FUNCHESS, WR, MICHIGAN

Scouting Report

Playmaker for the passing attack who could contribute at either wideout or tight end in the pros.


  NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS: LAKEN TOMLINSON, OG, DUKE

Scouting Report

Massive mauler with top-notch intangibles to help shore up the interior of the offensive line.

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