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Charlie Campbell's 2015 NFL Mock Draft: Round 1, Picks 1-16

  1. Philadelphia Eagles: Landon Collins, S, Alabama
    Cornerback and safety could be issues for the Eagles this coming season. None of Bradley Fletcher, Cary Williams or Nolan Carroll is a true No. 1 corner, while Brandon Boykin and Jaylen Watkins are better as nickels. Plus, neither Nate Allen nor Malcolm Jenkins can be viewed as the long-term answer at safety. Taking the best defensive back available makes sense for Philadelphia.

    The Crimson Tide has been a talent factory for defensive backs for the NFL, and Collins is the program's 2015 model. He had 70 tackles with four tackles for a loss, six passes broken up, one interception and two forced fumbles in 2013. 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 in 2014 having gained some experience.


  2. Arizona Cardinals: Vic Beasley, OLB, Clemson
    The Cardinals need to upgrade their edge rushers, plus John Abraham is nearing the end of a great career.

    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. After dominating the early part of 2013, Beasley was clamped down by Florida State as the Seminoles blew out Clemson. In 2012, he had 14 tackles with eight sacks and a forced fumble.

    The 6-foot-2 Beasley weighs in the 230s. The senior 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. His best fit may come as an outside linebacker in a 4-3 and play in a similar style to Broncos linebacker Von Miller.


  3. San Diego Chargers: Cameron Erving, OT, Florida State
    The Chargers got a surprisingly good season out of King Dunlap last year. However, they need a long-term left tackle to protect Philip Rivers.

    Erving played excellently for the Seminoles in 2013. He did a great job against Clemson's Vic Beasley and was superb at protecting Jameis Winston. Erving also opened up a lot of holes in the ground game. He finished the season with a solid performance against Auburn in the BCS title game.

    The 6-foot-6, 310-pounder has a lot of athletic ability. He missed the 2010 season with a back injury. Erving then played defensive tackle in 2011 as a redshirt freshman backup to Everett Dawkins. The Seminoles moved Erving to left tackle for 2012, and the sophomore ended up starting 14 games there. Erving has a lot of upside for the NFL.


  4. St. Louis Rams: Cody Prewitt, S, Ole Miss
    I can't believe the Rams didn't bring in a new starting safety to pair with T.J. McDonald this offseason. That looks like a glaring weakness that St. Louis will have to fix.

    Prewitt had an excellent 2013 season and was a First-Team All-American selection by some media outlets. The SEC coaches made him a First-Team all-conference selection. The junior totaled 71 tackles with six interceptions, seven passes broken up and two forced fumbles. He had a big time presence for the Rebels. Prewitt (6-2, 212) has good size and showed improved instincts and ball skills from his first season as a starter.

    In 2012, Prewitt had 80 tackles with two picks, four passes batted and two forced fumbles as a sophomore. If the senior's play in 2014 is consistent with his 2013 performance, he could be a Thursday night pick.




  5. Pittsburgh Steelers: Alex Carter, CB, Stanford
    The Steelers let Keenan Lewis leave in free agency, and the Saints benefited greatly from that. Ike Taylor is aging as well, and Pittsburgh could use an upgrade over the veteran.

    Carter (6-0, 200) played well for the Cardinal in 2013. The sophomore showed the ability to execute man and zone coverage. He totaled 59 tackles with eight passes broken up and an interception for the year. Carter took over a starting role in 2012. The freshman recorded 46 tackles with three forced fumbles in eight starts. Carter also has some physicality to him.

    Pick change; previously Stefon Diggs, WR


  6. Washington Redskins: Marcus Peters, CB, Washington
    The Redskins land a long-term corner to pair with David Amerson.

    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 Alex Carter, CB


  7. Tennessee Titans: Kurtis Drummond, S, Michigan State
    The Titans grab a long-term safety to replace Bernard Pollard.

    Drummond is a smart and instinctive safety who covers a lot of ground in the back end. In his first season as a full-time starter, Drummond was one of the best safeties in the Big Ten and was an all-conference First-Team selection. The junior had 91 tackles, 10 passes broken up and four interceptions. Drummond (6-1, 200) appears to have enough size to go along with speed.

    Pick change; previously KeiVarae Russell, CB


  8. New Orleans Saints: Mike Davis, RB, South Carolina
    Mark Ingram has been a bust and could easily be allowed to leave in free agency after the 2014 season. Meanwhile, Darren Sproles is gone, while Pierre Thomas turns 30 later this year. New Orleans will need a long-term running back to help Drew Brees.

    Davis was a physical beast for South Carolina in 2013. Even with teams selling out to stop him, he ran over defenders on a weekly basis. Davis averaged 5.8 yards per carry with 1,183 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also had 34 receptions for 352 yard. As a freshman in 2012, Davis averaged 5.3 yards per carry for 275 yards and two touchdowns.

    The 5-foot-9, 215-pounder has some surprising explosion. He also runs with excellent pad level, vision and balance. Sources with NFL teams have already told me they think Davis could be worthy of a first-round pick.




  9. Chicago Bears: Melvin Gordon, RB, Wisconsin
    Matt Forte, who had 363 touches last year, turns 29 during the 2014 season and has had injuries during his career. Unfortunately for the Bears, a decline is inevitable. Chicago likes explosive play-makers, and it makes sense to have one at running back.

    Gordon was one of the most explosive backs in the nation in 2013. The lightning-fast redshirt sophomore 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. He has a rare combination of being fast while having quality size. The 6-foot-1, 203-pounder has blazing speed to be a threat to score on any carry.

    The Kenosha, Wisconsin product stood out while backing up Montee Ball and James White in 2012. While Gordon didn't get a lot of opportunities, 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.


  10. Denver Broncos: Noah Spence, DE, Ohio State
    The Broncos made a nice short-term signing in DeMarcus Ware, but in the long run, they'll need another edge defender to pair with Von Miller.

    Spence was excellent for Ohio State in 2013. For the season, he collected 52 tackles, 14.5 tackles for a loss, eight sacks, one forced fumble and two passes broken up. Spence has speed off the edge with some natural strength and could become a dominant player. The true junior (6-3, 252) should add some weight as he ages.


  11. Cincinnati Bengals: Cedric Reed, DE, Texas
    Due to losing Michael Johnson in free agency, the Bengals could use another end to go with Margus Hunt and Carlos Dunlap.

    After being a backup to Alex Okafor and Jackson Jeffcoat, Reed had a breakout 2013 season with Okafor in the NFL. Reed totaled 10 sacks, 68 tackles, 17.5 tackles for a loss, four passes batted and five forced fumbles for the year. The 6-foot-6, 271-pounder has size and could be a 4-3 base end.


  12. Seattle Seahawks: Dorial Green-Beckham, WR, Oklahoma
    Sidney Rice retired, so the Seahawks could use a big receiver to pair with Percy Harvin and Paul Richardson.

    Green-Beckham has an immense skill set with upside to develop, but he damaged his shot at being a high first-round pick by getting kicked off the Missouri team after multiple arrests with some substance issues. The Oklahoma Sooners brought Green-Beckham into their program and are petitioning the NCAA to let Green-Beckham play for them in 2014.

    Green-Beckham (6-6, 225) was formerly one of the top recruits in the nation and has often been compared to Bengals stud receiver A.J. Green. Playing for Missouri, Green-Beckham had 28 receptions for 395 yards and five touchdowns as a freshman in 2012. He looked like he was just scratching the surface of his talent.

    In 2013, Green-Beckham totaled 59 receptions for 883 yards with 12 touchdowns. He finished the 2013 regular season strongly with impressive performances against Texas A&M (7-93-1) and Auburn (6-144-2).




  13. Indianapolis Colts: KeiVarae Russell, CB, Notre Dame
    The Colts have Greg Toler starting on the other side from Vontae Davis, so obviously Indianapolis needs a long-term starter to pair with Davis.

    Russell (5-11, 190) has some natural coverage ability and has been an excellent defender for the Irish the past two years. He is fast enough to maintain coverage with receivers in and out of their breaks, but also plays bigger than his listed size.

    Russell broke into the starting lineup as a freshman and helped the Irish reach the National Championship. In his debut season, he had 58 tackles with two interceptions and two passes broken up. Russell continued his strong play for the Irish in 2013. The sophomore totaled 51 tackles, one interception and eight passes broken up. Russell has the potential to be an early-round pick in his draft class.

    Pick change; previously Jalen Mills, CB


  14. Green Bay Packers: Denzel Perryman, ILB, Miami
    Green Bay is weak at inside linebacker. A.J. Hawk is declining, and Brad Smith isn't much better. I think Carl Bradford was a great pick in the 2014 NFL Draft and could develop into a nice player, but the Packers need a difference-maker at linebacker to mess with Colin Kaepernick in January.

    Perryman (6-0, 243) is a quick and physical linebacker. He was excellent for the Hurricanes in the early going of 2013. Perryman had a monstrous game against Florida with 14 tackles and a forced fumble. The junior totaled 108 tackles with five tackles for a loss, one sack and three passes broken up for the year. He recorded 11 tackles against Florida State and 15 against Virginia Tech. Perryman notched 64 tackles with six tackles for a loss, two passes broken up, one forced fumble and an interception returned 41 yards for a touchdown in 2012.

    Not only is Perryman strong against the run, but he has shown well in pass coverage. Perryman covers a lot of ground and does a nice job of covering receivers who come into his zone. He looks like he has three-down ability for the NFL.


  15. New England Patriots: T.J. Yeldon, RB, Alabama
    The Patriots let LeGarrette Blount leave in free agency and have their current backs approaching free agency. Steven Ridley is among those approaching free agency, and he and the organization haven't discussed an extension. James White will be just a situational backup in the NFL. New England could use a power back to make Tom Brady's job easier.

    In 2013, Yeldon averaged six yards per carry for 1,235 yards with 14 touchdowns. He chipped in 18 catches for 160 yards, too. Yeldon received only 175 carries in 2012, but totaled 1,108 yards and 12 touchdowns. The freshman caught 11 passes for 131 yards and a score.

    While Eddie Lacy was a large downhill runner, Yeldon showed some explosiveness. He ripped off a number of big gains in 2012 with mismatch speed. Yeldon's first-step quickness didn't look as good in 2013 after he gained some muscle. Yeldon is now listed at 6-foot-2 and 218 pounds, but didn't look that heavy as a freshman.

    Pick change; previously Ty Montgomery, WR


  16. San Francisco 49ers: Ty Montgomery, WR, Stanford
    Jim Harbaugh got a nice receiver for his offense in Stevie Johnson, but Anquan Boldin is aging and the 49ers may not commit to Michael Crabtree in the long run considering Johnson is signed affordably for years to come. More receiver talent could help San Francisco.

    Montgomery (6-2, 215) has been a contributor for Stanford since his freshman season. His best year came as a junior in 2013 when he caught 61 passes for 958 yards with 10 touchdowns. Montgomery could have produced more if Kevin Hogan had played more consistently. In 2012, Montgomery totaled 26 catches for 213 yards after recording 24 receptions for 350 yards with two scores as a freshman in 2011. He has some speed to go along with his size. Montgomery also is dangerous kick returner.

    Pick change; previously Devonte Fields, OLB/DE




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