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

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Oct 11, 2014; Lexington, KY, USA; Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks offensive lineman Chase Regian (71) and Kentucky Wildcats defensive end Alvin Dupree (2) during the game at Commonwealth Stadium. Kentucky defeated Louisiana-Monroe 48-14. Mandatory Credit: Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

13. Charles – Branden Oliver is a solid running back, but he’s more a complementary back than the number one guy. Gordon has the tools to be a great running back at the next level and will be an impact player from day one.. RB. Wisconsin. Melvin Gordon. 17. player

124. Erik – Former first overall pick Eric Fisher really hasn’t panned out at left tackle for the Chiefs and right tackle isn’t doing much better.  This team needs better protection on the edges.  T.J. Clemmings has no issues from a talent standpoint.  Nearly every outlet sees Pro Bowl caliber ability in his game as a left tackle.  The problems lay in the coachable area such as technique.  Andy Reid has solved such problems for many over a long, productive career as head coach.. OT. Pittsburgh. TJ Clemmings. 18. player

19. player. 53. Charles – Bud Dupree has the chance to be an absolutely dominant pass rusher on the next level. At this point in the draft, his athletic upside is too good to pass up. Barkevious Mingo hasn’t really developed into a pass rusher and Paul Kruger could use an edge rusher across from him.. LB. Kentucky. Bud Dupree

player. 87. George – Carolina was lucky, in my opinion, to get Humphries this late. Both Philadelphia and Carolina made out well with this move. The Panthers offensive line was ranked 22nd in pass protection and 27th in run blocking, so some changes have to be made. They added Michael Oher to hold down one end, now Humphries can come in and take over the other.. OT. Florida. DJ Humphries. 20

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