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  1. Oakland Raiders: Leonard Williams, DT/DE, USC
    Derek Carr is improving, as I predicted, and he will continue to under the guidance of quarterback whisperer Greg Olson. Mark Davis would be smart to give Carr some continuity in his scheme and keep Olson on the next coaching staff. Davis loves Carr and pushed for Oakland to draft him. Thus, it wouldn't be surprising if the Raiders go with another position with their first-rounder. They badly need to upgrade their defensive line, and Williams could help them at end and tackle.

    In 2014, Williams has 51 tackles, 4.5 sacks, six tackles for a loss, one interception, three forced fumbles and two passes batted. USC is moving him around this year, but he seems to be lining up more on the edge. In the season opener, the junior recorded two passes batted and an interception. He played injured against Stanford, but made some clutch plays, including a fourth-and 1 stop at USC's own three-yard line and a critical fourth-quarter sack. He had great games against Oregon State, Arizona, and Utah (two forced fumbles).

    Williams played well for USC in 2013. He recorded 74 tackles with 13.5 tackles for a loss, a forced fumble and five sacks. The sophomore generated more pass rush than the numbers indicate. Williams was the Pac-12 Defensive Freshman of the Year in 2012 after a fabulous debut for the Trojans. He totaled 64 tackles with 13.5 tackles for a loss, eight sacks, four passes batted and an interception that season. The 6-foot-5, 300-pounder has a big-time skill set.

  2. Jacksonville Jaguars: Andrus Peat, OT, Stanford
    Another tackle? Well,this pick is necessary because the Jaguars' offensive line is atrocious. Who knows if Blake Bortles will be able to avoid injured reserve after playing Houston twice. Even if he does, Jacksonville better fix its line before Bortles becomes David Carr 2.0. Jacksonville general manager David Caldwell made a huge blunder by giving away Eugene Monroe last year. A general manager's job is to stock pile talent, yet Caldwell gave away a good player for next to nothing. Luke Joeckel hasn't been very impressive and the team could use a tackle to pair with him.

    If the Jaguars take a left tackle early, Joeckel could move to right tackle. Caldwell and Bradley have everything riding with getting the Bortles pick right, so they better provide him with quality blocking.

    The Cardinal moved David Yankey inside to guard for 2013 because the coaches believed they had a star left tackle in Peat. Judging by Stanford's 2013 season, their belief looks like the correct one as Peat was rock solid at protecting quarterback Kevin Hogan. Peat also had success in the ground game. He is strong enough to be a downhill run-blocker and also is agile enough to block in a zone scheme. The 6-foot-7, 310-pounder has excellent size and athleticism.

    Peat had a good game against USC this year. He did well in his plays against Leonard Williams and was generally rock solid. However, Peat had a mental mistake on Stanford's last play that led to a sack-fumble for the Trojans to clinch their win. Peat moved to the inside and let rushers come untouched at Kevin Hogan's blind side, but overall, Peat had an impressive game against USC. Peat had a similar outing against Washington with generally a quality outing minus a couple of plays.

    Pick change; previously Randy Gregory, DE

  3. New York Jets: Jameis Winston, QB, Florida State
    One of these years, the Jets have to get it right with a quarterback. Geno Smith is a bust like Mark Sanchez. At least, Smith wasn't given a ridiculous contract extension like Sanchez. New York could have a new regime come the offseason, but if the current one survives, the organization can't pass up a possible franchise quarterback. On the field, Winston is a better prospect than Marcus Mariota and over time that could push teams to overlook the character discrepancy.

    Even with the off-the-field concerns, I have Winston ranked first on my big board. Winston is a rare athlete who showed incredible poise in leading the Seminoles to a National Championship last season. His field vision and decision-making were extremely impressive for a first-year starter. He looks like a rare talent. The biggest issue for Winston is off-the-field problems, and some teams are going to pass on him because of it.

    One scouting director told us those off-the-field problems "are real and more than advertised." His suspension while Florida State faced off against Clemson almost, and should have, cost his team a win. In speaking with sources, some NFL teams have real doubts about Winston and think he could have Jamarcus Russell-like off-the-field problems. Other sources feel that Winston's off-the-field issues are immaturity that he'll grow out of. One GM told that Winston is the real deal, so some team is going to look past the off-the-field issues and take him early in the 2015 NFL Draft.

    In 2014, Winston has completed 70 percent of his passes for 1,878 yards with 13 touchdowns and six interceptions.

    Winston took college football by storm in 2013 as the Heisman Trophy winner. The redshirt freshman demonstrated a quality arm with well-developed passing ability. The 6-foot-4, 228-pounder completed 67 percent of his passes for 4,057 yards with 40 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. On the ground, he ran for 219 yards with four touchdowns.

  4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon
    I don't understand the surprise from some that Tampa Bay is having a rough year. The Buccaneers are the poster child of how drafting a bust quarterback can set a franchise back for five or more years. Lovie Smith and Jason Licht inherited a roster with a ton of holes in it. After a history of bad free agent signings and draft picks, Smith and Licht inherited a team that had garbage on the offensive line, only one quality player on the defensive line and no quarterback. Landing a franchise signal-caller could be the start of ending the latest era of 'Yuccaneers' football.

    There is no doubt that Mariota has great physical tools. The 6-foot-4, 211-pound has a strong arm, size and excellent mobility. As a passer, Mariota has the physical ability to do it all, but could use some refinement in his mechanics, footwork and pocket passing. All of those things are teachable with a good student, as the Panthers and 49ers proved with Cam Newton and Colin Kaepernick. Mariota has been a point-machine since taking over as Oregon's starting quarterback.

    The redshirt junior made some huge, clutch passes and runs to lead the Ducks back from a deficit to beat Michigan State to open 2014. Against the Spartans, he completed 17-of-28 passes for 318 yards with three touchdowns. Mariota showed some pocket-passing ability, but he still needs development there. Still, Mariota demonstrated his strong arm, athleticism and toughness. He also did a great job of protecting the football. It was an impressive performance.

    Thus far this season, Mariota has completed 69 percent of his passes for 2,283 yards with 24 touchdowns and one interception. He also has five rushing touchdowns.

    In 2013, Mariota completed 64 percent of his passes for 3,665 yards with 31 touchdowns and four interceptions. On the ground, the redshirt sophomore ran for 715 yards with nine touchdowns. While Mariota did a great job of avoiding throwing picks, he had some issues with fumbles. In 2012 as a first-year starter, Mariota completed 69 percent of his passes for 2,677 yards with 32 touchdowns and six interceptions.

  5. Atlanta Falcons: Randy Gregory, DE/OLB, Nebraska
    Atlanta has strengthened its defensive line with bigger and more physical players, but the Falcons still need to improve their edge rushers.

    In 2014, Gregory has 33 tackles with six tackles for a loss, 5.5 sacks, one forced fumble, two passes broken up and one interception despite basically missing two games. The junior was excellent against Illinois and Miami.

    Gregory was a beast for Nebraska in 2013 - his first year on campus. The sophomore had just 10 starts, yet racked up 66 tackles with 19 tackles for a loss, 10.5 sacks, one pass batted and an interception. His freshman season saw Gregory dominate the junior college ranks. The 6-foot-6, 240-pounder should get even bigger over time.

    There is no doubt that Gregory is extremely fast. He has a lightning first-step that gives him an advantage to turn the corner against tackles. Gregory has natural agility to drop his hips and maneuver his body by blockers. On top of his speed, he has phenomenal hands for a player who doesn't have a lot of experience. Gregory is very adept at getting blockers' hands off of him and shedding their blocks. His ability to use his hands and feet at the same time is very rare for a young player. Gregory is also physical when putting offensive players into the turf. He has a relentless attitude and can make some plays through a second effort. Gregory uses a spin move, swim move and bull rush effectively. He is really smart about when he deploys those moves.

    Pick change; previously Shawn Oakman, DE

  6. Tennessee Titans: Shane Ray, OLB, Missouri
    The Titans grab an edge rusher for their 3-4 defense.

    In 2014, Ray has 10 sacks, 45 tackles, 14 tackles for a loss and two forced fumbles. He has shown a real burst off the snap with the agility to turn the corner. Ray needs to get stronger for the ground game, but he has speed-rushing skills and edge-rush athleticism.

    Ray (6-3, 245) contributed to Missouri's fierce pass rush during the 2013 season. While he didn't have as big of an impact as Kony Ealy, Michael Sam or Markus Golden, Ray made some plays for the Tigers in their rotation. He had 39 tackles with nine tackles for a loss, 4.5 sacks and two forced fumbles for the year. Ray needs to add weight for the next level.

  7. St. Louis Rams: Connor Cook, QB, Michigan State
    Unless Austin Davis proves to be the long-term starter, the Rams will need a signal-caller since they can't rely on Sam Bradford to stay healthy. St. Louis needs a difference-maker at quarterback to challenge in the NFL's toughest division.

    In 2014, Cook has completed 61 percent of his passes for 1,868 yards with 17 touchdowns and five interceptions. He has shown NFL evaluators that he has a big arm, pocket presence, the mobility to avoid rushers and roll out, and the ability to make some precision throws. The 6-foot-4, 218-pounder plays in a pro-style system and has shown steady improvement with his ability to function out of the pocket while working through his progressions. Cook does need to improve his accuracy though. He will make some amazing throws and then miss on routine passes.

    In 2013, Cook completed 59 percent of his passes for 2,755 yards with 22 touchdowns and six interceptions. He improved throughout the season and was very impressive against Ohio State and Stanford to close out the year.

  8. Minnesota Vikings: Amari Cooper, WR, Alabama
    The Vikings could use more receiving weapons for Teddy Bridgewater. Greg Jennings won't play forever.

    As predicted, Cooper is on his way to a huge season that could easily propel him to being a high pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. He is the feature receiver in Lane Kiffin's West Coast offense and clearly has the size/speed combination to present a constant mismatch. Kiffin has a tendency to lean on his No. 1 receiver and send a ton of targets their direction (see Marqise Lee 2012, Robert Woods 2011). Thus far in 2014, Cooper has 71 receptions for 1,132 yards with nine touchdowns. He has had a string of dominating performances that have shown off his great route-running, speed, hands, run-after-the-catch ability and skills to fight for 50-50 balls.

    Cooper collected 45 receptions for 736 yards and four touchdowns in 2013, but was dealing with a toe injury that really slowed him down. He had a great freshman season in 2012 and helped Alabama repeat as the National Champion. The 6-foot-1, 202-pounder carried the Crimson Tide passing attack. He caught 59 passes for 1,000 yards and 11 touchdowns for the year. No other Alabama receiver notched 30 receptions or 500 yards through the air.

  9. Washington Redskins: Trae Waynes, CB, Michigan State
    The Redskins could still use an upgrade at cornerback and a long-term replacement for DeAngelo Hall.

    In the early going of 2014, Waynes (6-1, 182) has been excellent. He was impressive against Oregon and looks capable of being a No. 1 cornerback for the NFL. He proved that again against Michigan's Devin Funchess. In 2014, Waynes has five passes broken up, two interceptions and 28 tackles. He is reliable not to allow separation in coverage and has illustrated the ability to be a press-man corner. Waynes is fast and physical.

    While Darqueze Dennard received all the headlines in 2013, Waynes also had an excellent season for Michigan State. The sophomore was an honorable mention All-Big Ten pick by the coaches and media. He totaled 50 tackles with five deflections and three interceptions. Waynes ended the year on a high note with good games against Ohio State in the Big Ten Championship and Stanford in the Rose Bowl.

    Pick change; previously Andrus Peat, OT

  10. Chicago Bears: Shawn Oakman, DE, Baylor
    The Bears land a long-term replacement for Jared Allen. Phil Emery likes players with size, speed and position flexibility. Defenders like Dante Fowler, Jr and Shawn Oakman fit the mold of how Chicago has been drafting under Emery.

    To open 2014, Oakman was one of the most impressive players in college football. He dominated SMU with two sacks, a forced fumble and three tackles. The 6-foot-9, 280-pounder has a great skill set. In 2014, Oakman has five sacks, 28 tackles, 10.5 tackles for a loss, one pass batted and one forced fumble.

    Oakman is extremely strong and fast. He looks like a great fit as a five-technique defensive end in a 3-4 defense or base end in a 4-3 defense. Baylor also lines him up at defensive tackle and as a standup rush linebacker.

    In 2013, Oakman totaled 33 tackles, two sacks and two forced fumbles. He spent 2011 with a redshirt at Penn State. Oakman sat out the 2012 season after transferring.

    Pick change; previously Dante Fowler, Jr, OLB

  11. Carolina Panthers: La'el Collins, OT, LSU
    Carolina lands a potential replacement for Jordan Gross and can move Byron Bell to the right side.

    Thus far in 2014, Collins has played well while taking on mostly easy opponents. Against Florida, he had a quality outing and handled himself well going against Dante Fowler, but Collins got away with some holds and face-masks that should have been called.

    Collins was very good in 2013 as the left tackle protecting the blind side of Zach Mettenberger. LSU has had a lot of success running behind Collins, too. The 6-foot-5, 321-pounder was an impressive power run-blocker in 2012 and helped the Tigers' stable of backs move the ball. He started 13 games at left guard and was an honorable mention All-SEC selection.

    Collins has some road-grading potential, but needs to continue to improve his pass protection. Returning to LSU for the 2014 season was a good decision on his part.

    Pick change; previously Cedric Ogbuehi, OT

  12. New York Giants: Landon Collins, S, Alabama
    The Giants grab some youth at safety. Antrel Rolle turns 32 in December, while Quintin Demps turns 30 after the season. Developing some young legs would be wise.

    The Crimson Tide has been a talent factory for defensive backs for the NFL, and Collins is the program's 2015 model. In 2014, he has 47 tackles with five passes broken up and two interceptions. Collins had monster games against Florida and West Virginia. Against Ole Miss on the other hand, he was picked on repeatedly and burned for two touchdowns, but it should have been worse as he was all but beaten for another long touchdown before the tight end dropped the pass. Collins had a lot of trouble in pass coverage.

    In 2013, Collins recorded 70 tackles with four tackles for a loss, six passes broken up, one interception and two forced fumbles. Collins (6-0, 215) was a real play-maker for Alabama down the stretch after an injury to Vinnie Sunseri gave Collins more playing time. He could be even better as he gains experience.

    Pick change; previously La'el Collins, OT

  13. Houston Texans: Todd Gurley, RB, Georgia
    The Texans have a good team, but quarterback play will probably keep them from the playoffs this year. Landing a quarterback prospect like Jameis Winston could immediately elevate Houston into being one of the AFC's elite. The problem is Houston probably won't be picking early enough to snag him. The Texans have to hope that Connor Cook proves worthy of their first-round pick and is available. If they miss out on a top quarterback, they could target a receiver to replace Andre Johnson or a running back who can follow Arian Foster. While making that pick, keep in mind that Houston prioritizes elite talent over need and positional value, i.e. Jadeveon Clowney over Blake Bortles.

    Gurley is currently suspended for autographing memorabilia, but NFL sources from multiple teams have told that Gurley won't be downgraded because of it. They view it as more tyrannical NCAA nonsense. They say that Gurley is a great hard-working kid who loves football. He's getting high character grades.

    Gurley (6-1, 232) has surprising speed to go along with size and power. The junior showed that the hype is justified in a dominating performance against Clemson to open the 2014 season. He finished with 198 yards on 15 carries with three touchdowns rushing to go along with a 100-yard kick return for a touchdown. In 2014, Gurley has averaged 8.2 yards for 773 yards with eight touchdowns. He has 11 receptions for 53 yards.

    When healthy in 2013, Gurley was awesome. He averaged six yards per carry for 989 yards and 10 touchdowns. The sophomore also had 30 receptions for 344 yards and five touchdowns. Gurley was phenomenal against South Carolina (30-132) and Clemson (12-154) before getting injured. He missed three games and played well after returning to the lineup.

    Gurley was one of the freshman running backs who burst onto the scene in the SEC during 2012. He had a superb debut to lead the Bulldogs' ground game. Gurley averaged 6.2 yards per carry in 2012 on his way to totaling 1,385 yards with 17 touchdowns. In the SEC Championship, he ran for 122 yards on 22 carries with two touchdowns against Alabama's tough defense.

    Pick change; previously Kevin White, WR

  14. Cleveland Browns: Kevin White, WR, West Virginia
    The Browns could use another option to go with Josh Gordon, Terrance West and Jordan Cameron. That would give whomever is Cleveland's quarterback a plethora of weapons to make his job easier. With Gordon's lack of reliability, another No. 1 receiver makes a ton of sense.

    After posting modest production as a junior, White has exploded as a senior. In 2014, he has been one of the best receivers in college football. White has 72 receptions for 1,047 yards and eight touchdowns. By the end of the third game, he had surpassed his 2013 totals of 35 receptions for 507 yards with five touchdowns.

    The 6-foot-3, 210-pound White has a unique combination with size and speed. He consistently gets separation and can make contested catches with the strength to outfight defensive backs for the ball.

    Pick change; previously Landon Collins, S

  15. Kansas City Chiefs: Jaelen Strong, WR, Arizona State
    The Chiefs lack talent and play-making ability at wide receiver. Kansas City should draft receiving ability and sign some veterans next offseason. One can bet that Andy Reid is going to insist on some receiving upgrades after this season.

    Strong (6-3, 215) has quickness to go with his excellent size. This season, he has 52 receptions for 744 yards with seven touchdowns. In three of his games, Strong totaled more than 140 yards receiving and also played well against Stanford while seeing bracket coverage. He is tremendous on back-shoulder receptions, which are a very popular route in NFL offenses these days. Strong is excellent at using his size/strength advantage to block out the defenders for completions.

    Strong was a beast for Arizona State in 2013 - his first season of playing time. He had six 100-yard games in a year that was highlighted by a 12-reception, 168-yard performance against Stanford. In 2013, Strong amassed 75 receptions for 1,122 yards with seven scores while playing injured.

  16. Miami Dolphins: Marcus Peters, CB, Washington
    Previous Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland took two corners, Jamar Taylor and Will Davis, in the 2013 NFL Draft. However, the team made a statement about those young players when they re-signed Ben Grimes and signed Cortland Finnegan to start on the other side. Miami could use a No. 1 corner as Grimes and Finnegan could be done before too long.

    Peters has 23 tackles, three passes broken up and three interceptions in 2014. He had a standout game going against Stanford wide receiver Ty Montgomery. Peters played Montgomery well to force incompletions and grabbed an interception. Peters showed the size and strength to battle bigger receivers with the speed by running with Montgomery and not allowing separation. He held his own against Oregon as well. Versus Jaelen Strong and Arizona State, Peters had a solid game. He was beaten by Strong on two receptions, but Peters had wins on Strong as well. Peters covered Strong better than any other defensive back this season.

    In 2013, Peters recorded 55 tackles with five interceptions, one forced fumble and nine passes broken up. The 5-foot-11, 193-pounder had some clutch games against Stanford and Oregon State. The prior season, he snagged two interceptions for Washington.

    Pick change; previously Todd Gurley, RB

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