2015 NFL Mock Draft: Post-Preseason Layout

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Dec 7, 2013; Atlanta, GA, USA; Auburn Tigers wide receiver Sammie Coates (18) runs the ball ahead of Missouri Tigers safety Ian Simon (21) during the first quarter of the 2013 SEC Championship game at Georgia Dome. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Liles-USA TODAY Sports


Sammie Coates

WR, Auburn

Josh Gordon has an iffy future in the NFL at best, so the Cleveland Browns need to fix that receiving corps with or without him.  Sammie Coates not only has good size (6’2″) and strength but he also has been clocked at 4.3/40 speed.

Leonard Williams


Head coach Mike Pettine is a defensive guy so he’ll want to feed his unit as often as possible.  Leonard Williams has every tool a coach could want.  He’s big and long but explosive with great athleticism.  If healthy, he has dominant traits.


Vic Beasley

OLB, Clemson

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Brett Hundley


The Sam Bradford era is done with the St. Louis Rams.  They will be aiming for a quarterback when they go on the clock next April.  Brett Hundley would be an excellent pickup.  Physically gifted, humble, smart and should be more polished by that point.
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