2015 NFL Mock Draft: April Edition

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Jan 3, 2014; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Clemson Tigers defensive end Vic Beasley (3) lines up from the line of scrimmage against Ohio State Buckeyes during their game in the 2014 Orange Bowl college football game at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

44. With the devastating news about Randy Gregory failing a drug test, Dan Quinn felt that it was necessary to move up to land Beasley because he is an elite pass rushing talent and he doesn’t have off the field issues. Beasley will fit very nicely into Dan Quinn’s defense and will finally give the Falcons a big time pass rusher on the edge of their defense.. OLB. Clemson. Vic Beasley. 5. player

player. 53. Even the Browns signed two receivers in the offseason, neither of them can be counted on to be a team’s primary option or a player to build a receiving corps around. Cooper is the most NFL ready receiver in this years draft and will be a welcomed addition in Cleveland. Cleveland needs all the receiving options they can get in the draft because of their question mark at quarterback and with the loss of Jordan Cameron.. WR. Alabama. Amari Cooper. 6

player. 57. I have decided to keep with my Kevin White to the Bears prediction in this version of my mock draft. While the Bears have more than a few needs on defense, it isn’t worth reaching for the players with the 7th overall pick. Kevin White is big, fast and physical, fitting in nicely with what the Bears already have on offense.. WR. West Virginia. Kevin White. 7

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