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  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jameis Winston, QB, Florida State
    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 walked into 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.

    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. He is a rare athlete who has natural poise as a pocket passer. His phenomenal field vision, anticipation and decision-making are extremely impressive for a college quarterback. He is 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." Winston's 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-level off-the-field problems. Other sources feel that Winston's off-the-field issues are immaturity that he'll grow out of and they've been overblown. They say that Winston is a leader in the locker room, a good teammate, and does everything asked of him by the football and baseball coaches. One general manager 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.

    Winston has completed 65 percent of his passes in 2014 for 3,559 yards with 24 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. He's certainly passed last year's interception total. Still, Winston is a sparkling 26-0 as a starting quarterback.

    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.

  2. Tennessee Titans: Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon
    The Titans need a franchise quarterback, and I know Mariota has already made a favorable impression on the brass in Tenenssee.

    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. He isn't a developed pocket passer entering the NFL. Pocket passing is teachable with a good student, as the Panthers and 49ers proved with Cam Newton and Colin Kaepernick. Mariota will need that kind of development.

    So far this season, Mariota has completed completed 68 percent of his passes for 3,783 yards with 38 touchdowns and two interceptions. On the ground, he's run for 669 yards (5.7 average) with 14 touchdowns. Mariota has demonstrated a strong arm, athleticism and toughness. He also has done a great job of protecting the football from interceptions, but does have a habit of fumbles. Mariota has to develop his field vision, working through his progressions, and working under center.

    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.

  3. Jacksonville Jaguars: Ronnie Stanley, OT, Notre Dame
    The Jaguars offensive line is awful. Luke Joeckel has been just decent, but Austin Pasztor looks like a huge liability at right tackle. The Jaguars also could stand to improve the interior of their line. If they don't get a better offensive line, Blake Bortles could turn into David Carr 2.0. They could draft a left tackle and move Joeckel to the right side. Dealing Eugene Monroe was a huge mistake.

    Stanley has generated a ton of late-season buzz, and he put an exclamation point on it by getting the better of the top 2015 NFL Draft-eligible defensive lineman in USC's Leonard Williams in limited plays against each other. It was only for a few reps, but impressive none the less that Stanley was able to handle one of the best defensive lineman in college football.

    Stanley (6-5, 315) took over at left tackle with Zack Martin in the NFL and did a great job for the Irish. Stanley is strong and quick. He has good length to him and finishes his blocks extremely well. Stanley has the speed and agility to mirror speed rushers and is strong to get movement in the ground game.

    In 2013, Stanley started at right tackle and was part of a line that allowed only eight sacks on the season. He has some real strength and athleticism.

    Pick change; previously Randy Gregory, DE/OLB

  4. Oakland Raiders: Leonard Williams, DT/DE, USC
    The Raiders badly need to upgrade their defense. Leonard Williams or Randy Gregory would be a big addition to pair with Khalil Mack. has heard that Williams is entering the 2015 NFL Draft and has signaled the Raiders he would like to suit up in the Silver and Black.

    Williams has 71 tackles, six sacks, 8.5 tackles for a loss, one interception, three forced fumbles and three passes batted this year. The 6-foot-5, 300-pounder has some natural strength and speed, plus the ability to play all over on the defensive line as a 3-4 defensive end, 4-3 end or tackle. Williams could stand to get stronger for the NFL and gets in trouble when he plays too high, but a shoulder injury that required surgery could have impacted his power. Still, Williams is very disruptive and is capable of taking over games.

    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.

  5. Washington Redskins: Andrus Peat, OT, Stanford
    The Redskins could use offensive line help and safety. I'm not convinced Bruce Allen would draft a safety this high though. His track record is corners in the first round and safeties later on. Plus, the Redskins are getting good value with the top offensive lineman.

    Over the past two seasons, Peat has been 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 with upside for the NFL.

    Peat had a good game against USC this year. He did well in his plays against Leonard Williams and was generally rock solid minus a couple of snaps. Peat had a similar outing against Washington with generally a quality outing aside from a few plays. 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.

  6. New York Jets: Amari Cooper, WR, Alabama
    The Jets have missed out on the quarterbacks, so they grab a No. 1 receiver to team with Eric Decker and Percy Harvin.

    As predicted, Cooper has had 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. Cooper has 115 receptions for 1,6556 yards with 14 touchdowns in 2014. He has had a string of dominating performances that have shown off his great route-running, speed, run-after-the-catch ability and skills to fight for 50-50 balls. The junior has dropped some passes though.

    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.

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

    In 2014, Gregory has 52 tackles with 8.5 tackles for a loss, seven sacks, one forced fumble, three passes broken up and one interception while missing three games (knee, concussion, ankle). 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. The 6-foot-6, 240-pounder should get even bigger over time.

    There is no doubt that Gregory is extremely fast. His lightning first-step gives him an advantage to turn the corner against tackles. Gregory also 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. 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 Dante Fowler Jr., OLB

  8. New York Giants: Brandon Scherff, OT, Iowa
    The Giants have to improve their offensive line in front of Eli Manning. If they draft a tackle, they can move Will Beatty to the right side and slide Justin Pugh to guard. With Weston Richburg, New York would have the makings of a line that could mature together.

    Scherff was one of the top tackles in the Big Ten in 2013 and is a road-grading run-blocker. Iowa has produced a lot of good NFL prospects on the offensive line, and Scherff is the latest Hawkeye to be an early-round prospect.

    The 6-foot-5, 320-pounder could fit as a power-man or zone blocker. Scherff has been a reliable pass-protector for Iowa, but handling speed rushers could be an issue as evidenced by the Maryland game. He has to get better at preventing speed rushers coming around the corner. His biggest asset comes in the ground game. Scherff has tremendous power with the ability to drive block defenders off the ball and open up big running lanes.

    Pick change; previously Ronnie Stanley, OT

  9. Chicago Bears: Shane Ray, OLB/DE, Missouri
    The Bears have to upgrade the pass-rushing and play-making ability of their defense. Ray would certainly do that.

    In 2014, Ray has 14 sacks, 61 tackles, 20.5 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 rare speed-rushing skills and edge-rush athleticism. It will be interesting to see if Ray can add weight to play defensive end in the NFL, otherwise he'll have to move to a Von Miller-type role in a 4-3 defense. Ray could fit as a 3-4 outside linebacker.

    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 recorded 39 tackles with nine tackles for a loss, 4.5 sacks and two forced fumbles for the year.

    Pick change; previously Landon Collins, S

  10. Carolina Panthers: Cedric Ogbuehi, OT, Texas A&M
    The Panthers need a lot of help on their offensive line. If they draft a left tackle, they can move Byron Bell back to the right side where he belongs.

    For the NFL, Ogbuehi needs to get stronger and improve his ability to sustain blocks. Strength is the one thing he lacks. Ogbuehi has superb feet, quickness, knee bend and agility. He is a fantastic athlete to be a left tackle, but has to get stronger.

    Ogbuehi looked great at left tackle against South Carolina to open 2014 and played at a high level until the opponents weren't cupcakes. He was beaten for three sacks versus Mississippi State, including one to Bernardrick McKinney. He allowed sacks against Ole Miss, Alabama, Missouri (via Markus Golden) and LSU. However overall, he played well against Missouri and LSU.

    Ogbuehi (6-5, 300) had an excellent 2012 season blocking for Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel. With Luke Joeckel and Jake Matthews at the tackle positions, Ogbuehi played inside at guard. He excelled in pass and run blocking. Ogbuehi spent 2013 at right tackle with Joeckel in the NFL and Matthews having taken over the left side. Ogbuehi played well as he was a good run-blocker and a dependable pass-protector.

    Pick change; previously Brandon Scherff, OT

  11. Minnesota Vikings: Todd Gurley, RB, Georgia
    The Vikings get another weapon for Teddy Bridgewater. Who knows if and when Adrian Peterson will back with the team. He also has a huge contract and may be slowing down.

    Gurley (6-1, 232) has surprising speed to go along with size, power, vision, balance, good ball security and picks up a lot of yards after contact. The junior justified the hype this year with a string of dominating performances before tearing an ACL. Gurley averaged 7.4 yards in 2014 for 911 yards with nine touchdowns. He hauled in 12 passes for 57 yards as well. Gurley also returned a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown against Clemson.

    Even though Gurley was suspended for autographing memorabilia, NFL sources from multiple teams have told that Gurley won't be downgraded because of it. They say that Gurley is a great, hard-working kid who loves football. He's getting high character grades.

    In 2013, Gurley averaged six yards per carry for 989 yards and 10 touchdowns. The sophomore also had 30 receptions for 344 yards and five touchdowns. He missed three games. Gurley was one of the freshman running backs who burst onto the scene in the SEC during 2012. He 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 that led the Tide to a National Championship.

  12. St. Louis Rams: Vic Beasley, OLB, Clemson
    The Rams came close to drafting Khalil Mack last year, but went with Greg Robinson. Perhaps they'll look to add a pass-rushing outside linebacker this offseason for Gregg Williams.

    Beasley has 11 sacks, 34 tackles, 21.5 tackles for a loss, two passes batted and three forced fumbles in 2014. He has been a pass-rushing terror, including excellent games against Florida State and South Carolina. However, Beasley's run defense against Georgia suggests he is due for a position change in the NFL.

    The 6-foot-2 Beasley weighs in the 230s. He is strong for his weight, but he is still very undersized for the NFL, and that could cause him to slide some on draft day. There is no doubt that he won't be able to stay at defensive end. Beasley could play in a 3-4 defense and be moved around. A good fit may come as an outside linebacker in a 4-3 who plays in a similar style to Broncos linebacker Von Miller.

    Beasley was a tremendous pass-rusher for Clemson in 2013 with 13 sacks. He also picked up 23 tackles for a loss, 41 tackles, six passes batted, four forced fumbles and a fumble recovery for a touchdown. In 2012, he had 14 tackles with eight sacks and a forced fumble.

    Pick change; previously Cedric Ogbuehi, OT

  13. Houston Texans: Ereck Flowers, OT, Miami
    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 the Texans aren't picking high enough to snag him. If they miss out on a top quarterback, they could target a receiver to replace Andre Johnson, a running back who can follow Arian Foster, or an offensive tackle to replace Derek Newton. The organization also could consider a cornerback if Kareem Jackson isn't re-signed.

    The 6-foot-6, 324-pounder has an excellent combination of size, strength, quickness and athleticism. Flowers doesn't get a lot of publicity, but don't be surprised if he becomes a hot prospect. Flowers has played really well in 2014. After missing a few games because of a torn meniscus, he came back in impressive fashion against Florida State. In other outings, Flowers also had an impressive game against Nebraska taking on Randy Gregory. He has been a very consistent run-blocker for Duke Johnson and pass-protector.

    In 2013 as a sophomore, Flowers took the left tackle job from Seantrel Henderson. In his true freshman season, Flowers was a backup who started four games.

  14. Cleveland Browns: Landon Collins, S, Alabama
    The Browns made a short-term signing in Donte Whitner, but could use a long-term starter safety. Whitner turns 30 after season and can be mismatched in pass coverage, especially on receiving tight ends.

    The Crimson Tide has been a talent factory for defensive backs for the NFL, and Collins is the program's 2015 model. He has 91 tackles with six passes broken up and three interceptions this year. Collins had monster games against Florida and West Virginia, but Ole Miss picked on him repeatedly and burned him for two touchdowns. That outing versus the Rebels should have been worse as he was all but beaten for another long touchdown before the tight end dropped the pass.

    Collins (6-0, 215) is a physical strong safety who is good in the box and the short part of the field. He isn't a one-on-one pass-coverage safety.

    In 2013, Collins recorded 70 tackles with four tackles for a loss, six passes broken up, one interception and two forced fumbles.

    Pick change; previously Vic Beasley, OLB

  15. Miami Dolphins: Melvin Gordon, RB, Wisconsin
    Lamar Miller has had some good moments, but the Dolphins could use a feature back. Knowshon Moreno was only signed to a 1-year deal, and after all his injuries, he could be done in the NFL.

    Gordon has a rare combination of being fast while having quality size. The 6-foot-1, 213-pounder has dangerous speed to be a threat to score on any carry. In 2014, he has averaged 7.6 yards per carry for 2,336 yards with 26 touchdowns. Gordon has 17 receptions for 151 yards and three scores, too. His superb quickness had him tied for the FBS record in career average in yards per carry with stellar mark of 8.26 yards per carry after the Bowling Green game (13-253).

    Gordon was one of the most explosive backs in the nation in 2013. He brought an explosive element to the Badgers' backfield that Montee Ball never provided during his great college career. For the year, Gordon averaged 7.8 yards per carry for 1,609 yards on only 206 carries and 12 touchdowns. The Kenosha, Wisconsin product stood out while backing up Montee Ball and James White in 2012. He made the most of his limited chances while averaging 10 yards per carry. Gordon ran for 621 yards and three touchdowns on only 62 carries.

  16. San Francisco 49ers: DeVante Parker, WR, Louisville
    The 49ers could use more young receiving talent given the age of Anquan Boldin and the hazy future of Michael Crabtree in San Francisco.

    Parker missed the first seven games this year with a broken left foot. He returned to the field against N.C. State (9-132) and had a superb game against Florida State (8-214). Parker has only played in five games this season, yet he has 35 receptions for 735 yards and five scores.

    Parker was Teddy Bridgewater's best receiver in 2013. Parker was banged up with injuries, but totaled 46 receptions for 743 yards and 11 touchdowns. He led the Cardinals with 744 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2012. The 6-foot-3, 205-pound Parker is an excellent red-zone weapon. Many were surprised when he decided to return to Louisville for his senior year.

    Pick change; previously Jaelen Strong, WR

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