2015 NFL Mock Draft: Raiders Fans Rejoice … Or Not

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Dec 29, 2014; Orlando, FL, USA; Clemson Tigers defensive end Vic Beasley (3) celebrates with wide receiver Mike Williams (7) after scoring a touchdown against the Oklahoma Sooners during the first quarter of the 2014 Russell Athletic Bowl at Florida Citrus Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Joshua S. Kelly-USA TODAY Sports

It’s the season for NFL Draft projections. Below, find my latest 2015 NFL Mock Draft with some surprises and predictions.

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48. The Buccaneers are in the market for their next franchise quarterback and it’s clear Head Coach Lovie Smith isn’t a big fan of Mike Glennon. Jameis Winston is hands down the best quarterback in the 2015 class when it comes to his on the field performances. Yes he has had his share of off the field issues, but in the right environment, they can be handled. With Winston at the helm, the Buccaneers might finally be able to start making ground in a relatively weak NFC South.. Quarterback. Florida State. Jameis Winston. 1. player

35. While the Titans are in a similar situation to the Buccaneers in their quest for their franchise quarterback, Williams is be too good of a prospect to pass on. Williams is a very intelligent player who can eat up double teams and help limit an opposing running games. Dick LaBeau and Ray Horton will love Williams and he will anchor the Titans defense for years to come.. Defensive End. USC. Leonard Williams. 2. player

Vic Beasley is a very intriguing prospect. He played his college career around 235 lbs, but he weighed in at 246 at the combine and still ran a 4.53 in the 40 yard dash. Beasley has a nice complement of speed and power. Gus Bradley would love to add Beasley to his improving defense, as he would be a nice fit in his defensive scheme.. Outside Linebacker. Clemson. Vic Beasley. 3. player. 52

Previous pick: Shane Ray, OLB, Missouri 

28. While Cooper is my top rated receiving prospect in the Draft, giving him a very slight lead over Kevin White, I think Kevin White is the player the Raiders will go after. The Raiders need an exciting player on their team and Kevin White is just that. The WVU star is a very good receiver who can make very exciting plays and acrobatic catches. I don’t think the Raiders can go wrong by selecting either Cooper or White, the important thing is that they need to acquire a target for their young and developing signal caller, Derek Carr.. Wide Receiver. West Virginia. Kevin White. 4. player

Previous pick: Amari Cooper, WR, Alabama

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