2015 NFL Mock Draft 4.0: Early Free Agency Reactions

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Oct 4, 2014; Clemson, SC, USA; Clemson Tigers defensive end Vic Beasley (3) recovers a fumble and scores a touchdown during the third quarter against the North Carolina State Wolfpack at Clemson Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joshua S. Kelly-USA TODAY Sports

The run on edge rushers continues. The Jets have built a juggernaut on defense with the additions of Darrelle Revis, Antonio Cromartie, Buster Skrine, and Marcus Gilchrist. They already had a stout front seven, all they were missing was an edge rusher. Gregory would flourish playing for the Jets as much of the attention would be deflected from him with Sheldon Richardson and Muhammad Wilkerson on the defensive line. If he were to fall in this situation, Gregory could flirt with double digit sacks as a rookie.. EDGE. Nebraska. Randy Gregory. 6. player. 30

WR. West Virginia. Kevin White. 7. player. 57. The Bears recently signed Eddie Royal to help offset the loss of Brandon Marshall, but Jay Cutler could still use a big receiver across from Alshon Jeffrey. White is a big, physical receiver with elite speed and phenomenal run after the catch ability. If Jay Cutler is going to be successful he’s going to need an upgrade on the outside. Also, you know, giving effort would help him out too.

Kentucky. Alvin Dupree. 8. player. 44. If the draft plays out like this the Falcons may have to reach for an edge player. They’re desperate for impact pass rushers and an edge guy will almost certainly be the pick here. Luckily, Alvin Dupree has as much upside as anyone in the draft. Dupree is the type of <a href=. EDGE