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

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Dec 27, 2014; San Diego, CA, USA; Nebraska Cornhuskers defensive end Randy Gregory (4) looks on before the game against the USC Trojans in the 2014 Holiday Bowl at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Joe – An elite player filling a major need. You could argue that the Giants have the worst secondary group in the NFL. They have to fix things with young talent looking forward to the future. Collins can be a dominant player for years... S. Alabama. Landon Collins. 9. player. 31

51. George – St.Louis needs to protect Nick Foles much better than they did Sam Bradford to get success out of him. While leaving Greg Robinson outside isn’t the ideal option, a strong offseason will do good for the second year lineman. Scherff can play inside and has tremendous strength for the position.. OL. Iowa. Brandon Scherff. 10. player

DeVante Parker. 11. player. 60. Tyler – Parker joins his former Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater in Minnesota. Parker adds a much needed playmaker to this Vikings offense. Parker should make an immediate impact thanks to his chemistry with Bridgewater dating back to college.. WR. Louisville

Erik – From a talent perspective, Randy Gregory is top 5 worthy.  What knocks him down the board is a mix of raw technique and the more recent revelation he failed a drug test for marijuana use.  It won’t kill his draft stock but it’s enough to knock him out of the top 10.  That makes it a win for the Falcons, who not only get him to supplement an awful pass rush, but also get him after trading down to make up for that lost draft pick in their crowd noise scandal.. LB/DE. Nebraska. Randy Gregory. 12. player. 44

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