2015 NFL Mock Draft: Trade Plague Infects The Draft

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Jan 2, 2015; Tempe, AZ, USA; Washington Huskies defensive lineman Danny Shelton (55) reacts as he taunts Oklahoma State Cowboys wide receiver David Glidden (13) in the 2015 Cactus Bowl at Sun Devil Stadium. Oklahoma State defeated Washington 30-22. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

17. San Diego Chargers

13. The top 10 projections are a little ridiculous but that doesn’t mean Danny Shelton won’t be a great player. The San Diego Chargers are grateful for that as they give their run defense an enormous (literally) boost by grabbing the Washington nose tackle.. Defensive Tackle. Washington. Danny Shelton. 17. player

18. Kansas City Chiefs

The offensive line has taken a lot of hits for the Kansas City Chiefs over the past few off-seasons.  They need another talented body up front.  D.J. Humphries is an athletic tackle with good technique and a serious mean streak.  He could relieve Eric Fisher on the left side.. Offensive Tackle. Florida. D.J. Humphries. 18. player. 124

19. Cleveland Browns (via Buffalo Bills)

Texas. Malcom Brown. 19. player. 53. Ranking dead last in run defense (141 ypg) pretty much is inescapable. The Browns need to get better. Malcom Brown is the kind of power-but-quick interior lineman who can be moved around the front and anchor the defense on the ground. But don’t sleep on his pass rush skill.. Defensive Tackle

20. San Francisco 49ers (via Philadelphia)

player. 42. Justin Smith could be gone. That leaves a huge void at defensive end for the San Francisco 49ers. Arik Armstead is an ascending monster with otherworldly measurables who suffocates the run and has the tools to get better against the pass.. Defensive End. Oregon. Arik Armstead. 20