2015 NFL Mock Draft: Staff Plays GM One Month Before Draft

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April 13, 2013; Tallahassee, FL, USA; Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston (5) runs the ball during the second half of the Florida State spring game at Doak Campbell Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Melina Vastola-USA TODAY Sports

With only one month to go, the NFL Mocks staff joined forces to create it’s latest mock draft. The editors and writers broke up into five teams of two and were each given around six teams to work with. Trades were made between teams that really shifted the tides of this draft, as well as selections that caused some debate.

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48. Tyler – Winston is the best player in the draft and Tampa Bay can’t turn down a potential franchise changing QB. Winston has off the field issues but these issues shouldn’t keep him from going number 1. He has everything you want in a QB and Tampa bay would be foolish to take anyone else or trade this lock away. Winston is the guy to turn this franchise around. QB. Florida St. Jameis Winston. 1. player

35. Charles – Zach Mettenberger likely isn’t the answer at quarterback, and as a sixth round pick he’s expendable. Mariota will be better from day one and offers long term upside that Mettenberger doesn’t come close to scratching.. QB. Oregon. Marcus Mariota. 2. player

player. 52. Erik – Their best edge rusher is going to be 34 years old.  At this stage of their development, the Jacksonville Jaguars must make sure to keep the pipeline running.  Dante Fowler Jr. has the size and power for end but also the athleticism to play standing up at linebacker.  He could be the perfect option at that LEO spot that is so hard to fill for Gus Bradley.. LB/DE. Florida. Dante Fowler Jr. 3

USC. Leonard Williams. 4. player. 28. Joe – This was almost too good to be true. The best player in the class falling to Oakland with a perfect fit? Incredible. He’ll fit in nicely with the group already in place with the Raiders. They need a WR, but they can’t pass up on this value.. DT

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