2015 NFL Mock Draft: Post-Preseason Layout

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Sep 21, 2013; College Station, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies offensive tackle Cedric Ogbuehi (70) against the SMU Mustangs at Kyle Field. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Until teams are actually beginning to set in fixed positions, the weekly 2015 NFL mock draft will be decided via power rankings provided by Bleacher Report.

1

Cedric Ogbuehi

OT, Texas A&M

Having a rookie quarterback and the oldest roster in the league isn’t a favorable combination, but the Oakland Raiders are poised for big things moving forward.  Getting Derek Carr a franchise left tackle like Cedric Ogbuehi is the next step.
2

Marcus Mariota

QB, Oregon

Yes, Ryan Mallett was added via trade but that doesn’t bring any tangible solutions at quarterback for Houston.  Expect them to hit the well one more time, securing easily the top prospect of the 2015 class in Oregon dual-threat Marcus Mariota.
3

Randy Gregory

DE, Nebraska

Jurrell Casey is locked up for the long-term but the Tennessee Titans still lack a true threat on the outside.  Randy Gregory is an ideal fit for a 3-4.  He’s long, explosive, athletic and has several ways to reach the quarterback.
4

Brandon Scherff

OT, Iowa

Pass protection remains an issue for the Washington Redskins.  Part of the problem is a revolving door at right tackle.  Brandon Scherff is big, physical, nasty and will be a polished product out of Iowa next April.

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