2015 NFL Mock Draft: Marcus Mariota Falls Out Of Top Five

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Jan 2, 2015; San Antonio, TX, USA; UCLA Bruins quarterback Brett Hundley (17) scores on a 28-yard touchdown run in the first quarter against the Kansas State Wildcats in the 2015 Alamo Bowl at Alamodome. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

21. Cincinnati Bengals

56. The Bengals’ pass rush was terrible this past season in terms of actually getting sacks. Dupree emerged as a star this past season for Kentucky and would be a really nice fit for Cincinnati at this point in the first round.. Defensive End. Kentucky. Alvin Dupree. 21. player

22. Pittsburgh Steelers

55. The Steelers have needed an upgrade at corner for some time now, but the time to draft a guy is now. Peters has good size and a strong resume coming into the NFL out of Washington.. Cornerback. Washington. Marcus Peters. 22. player

23. Detroit Lions

50. The Lions upgrade their offensive line here with big La’El Collins out of LSU. He is a mauler in the run game and a better pass protector than you’d think. He is a long, strong tackle prospect whose size indicates he could also play guard if developed there.. Offensive Tackle. LSU. La'El Collins. 23. player

24. Arizona Cardinals

32. Orchard was an absolute star for Utah this year in terms of getting to the quarterback. He finished the season with 84 tackles, 21 for loss, 18.5 sacks, and three forced fumbles. Adding that kind of presence to the edge for Arizona would be huge.. Defensive End. Utah. Nate Orchard. 24. player

25. Carolina Panthers

Offensive Tackle. Pittsburgh. T.J. Clemmings. 25. player. 87. The Panthers passed on a tackle in the 2014 Draft to take Kelvin Benjamin, so I expect heavy investment in the offensive line this offseason. They managed to still make it to the playoffs, but Carolina’s offensive line was an issue for them all season.

26. Baltimore Ravens

Cornerback. Florida State. P.J. Williams. 26. player. 26. The Ravens need an upgrade at cornerback, and Williams is a player with a ton of experience and the type of pedigree that Ozzie Newsome loves in his draft picks. He was the MVP of the National Championship game a couple of seasons ago when Florida State took down Auburn.

27. Dallas Cowboys

Oregon. Arik Armstead. 27. player. 123. The Cowboys get a big, athletic defensive lineman here who is better than his stats lead on. The Cowboys’ defense is really well coached already, so getting a guy with this kind of upside is a risk Jerry Jones can afford at this stage.. Defensive End

28. Denver Broncos

45. Leave it to John Elway to make the shock pick of the draft. The Broncos obviously have Peyton Manning — for now — and Brock Osweiler waiting in the wings along with Zac Dysert, but Hundley is a really intriguing talent that would be an awesome fit for Gary Kubiak’s offense. Just chalk this one up as a possibility for now. The Broncos also need serious help on the offensive line.. Quarterback. UCLA. Brett Hundley. 28. player

29. Indianapolis Colts

29. player. 46. This seems like a really obvious fit in this year’s draft, but McKinney is a very good player with range and size that the Colts would love to add to their defense.. Linebacker. Mississippi State. Benardrick McKinney

30. Green Bay Packers

Malcom Brown. 30. player. 49. Don’t expect the ultra-talented Brown to fall this far in mock drafts for much longer, as players with his size and athletic ability don’t grown on trees. The All-American defensvie tackle would be a huge upgrade for the Packers defense.. Defensive Tackle. Texas

31. New England Patriots

player. 47. The Patriots have made it to the Super Bowl with no real stud at the wide receiver position despite great production from Brandon LaFell and Julian Edelman. We all know how much the Pats love to take risks on players, and Green-Beckham is a classic boom or bust player.. Wide Receiver. Oklahoma. Dorial Green-Beckham. 31

32. Seattle Seahawks

Wide Receiver. Michigan. Devin Funchess. 32. player. 36. The Seahawks were sniffing around Julius Thomas prior to trading Percy Harvin this season, so Funchess seems like a fun alternative. He would create major mismatches in the passing game for Russell Wilson and company.

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