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2015 NFL Draft Rankings

The following are Scott Wright's positional rankings for the 2015 NFL Draft. Please note that where prospects are ranked does not necessarily reflect where he thinks they will be selected but merely where he has them on his board. Also, be sure to keep in mind that it's still relatively early in the scouting process and these rankings are very fluid.


Scott Wright's Top 32 Prospects for the 2015 NFL Draft
      1. Leonard Williams
DL
USC
Impact, blue-chip talent can play DE / DT or in a 4-3 / 3-4 scheme.
      2. Jameis Winston
QB
Florida St.
Maturity issues but is a potential superstar, franchise signal caller.
      3. Marcus Mariota
QB
Oregon
Ideal intangibles and physical tools but must adjust to pro system.
      4. Randy Gregory
DE
Nebraska
Rangy, fluid, super athletic edge pass rusher but is still a bit raw.
      5. Brandon Scherff
OT
Iowa
Big, nasty, blue-collar blocker with excellent strength and power.
      6. Danny Shelton
DT
Washington
Jumbo nose tackle surprises with motor and ability to penetrate.
      7. Shane Ray
DE
Missouri
Undersized prolific pass rusher with variety of moves / counters.
      8. Amari Cooper
WR
Alabama
Not a physical freak but is extremely well-rounded and polished.
      9. Landon Collins
S
Alabama
Effective against the run and in coverage but lacks ideal length.
    10. Vic Beasley
OLB
Clemson
Explosive pass rusher off the edge with rare quickness and burst.
    11. Todd Gurley
RB
Georgia
Elite talent with health / durability being the only major concern.
    12. T.J. Clemmings
OT
Pittsburgh
Converted defensive lineman with excellent size and athleticism.
    13. DeVante Parker
WR
Louisville
Big target with reliable hands and terrific ball skills / body control.
    14. Melvin Gordon
RB
Wisconsin
Explosive runner and big play threat with superb size and speed.
    15. Kevin White
WR
West Virginia
Big, strong, sure-handed playmaker with outstanding ball skills.
    16. Dante Fowler, Jr.
DE
Florida
Not overly flashy but is solid, well-rounded and offers versatility.
    17. Devin Funchess
TE
Michigan
Dynamic pass catcher could project to either tight end or wideout.
    18. Alvin Dupree
DE
Kentucky
Athletic, fast and quick with an explosive burst and a great motor.
    19. Andrus Peat
OT
Stanford
Posseses the size and athleticism to be a top blindside protector.
    20. Shaq Thompson
OLB
Washington
'Tweener without a true position but a heck of a football player.
    21. Arik Armstead
DE
Oregon
Ideal five-technique with eye-popping blend of size / athleticism.
    22. Ereck Flowers
OT
Miami (FL)
Tough and gets job done as a run blocker and in pass protection.
    23. Trae Waynes
CB
Michigan St.
Lacks ideal bulk but a long, tough, physical, aggressive cover guy.
    24. Malcom Brown
DT
Texas
Size to stuff the run plus the athleticism to disrupt in backfields.
    25. La’el Collins
OT
L.S.U.
No standout traits but is just a good, reliable, versatile blocker.
    26. P.J. Williams
CB
Florida St.
All the tools to be a top cover guy but can be a bit inconsistent.
    27. Denzel Perryman
ILB
Miami (FL)
Elite instincts with sideline-to-sideline range and top intangibles.
    28. Cedric Ogbuehi
OT
Texas A&M
Prototypical size and athleticism with polished all-around skill set.
    29. Eddie Goldman
DT
Florida St.
Impressive blend of size / quickness and flashes impact potential.
    30. Benardrick McKinney
ILB
Mississippi St.
Big 'backer can play inside or outside and in a 4-3 or 3-4 scheme.
    31. Cameron Erving
C
Florida St.
Former d-tackle offers intriguing mix of physical tools and upside.
    32. Quinten Rollins
CB
Miami (OH)
Raw former basketball player with seemingly unlimited potential.
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