Last update: Saturday, May 2, 2015. This is a 2015 NFL Mock Re-Draft of Rounds 4 and 5 for Saturday's NFL Draft coverage. With all of the trades that will go down, I don't expect to get many of these right, but it's still fun to speculate where the top prospects will go on Day 3 of the 2015 NFL Draft.
Tennessee Titans: Zach Hodges, DE/OLB, Harvard
The Titans managed to sign Brian Orakpo, but they could stand to add another edge rusher, especially considering how fragile Orakpo has been in recent years.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Martrell Spaight, OLB, Arkansas
The Jaguars could stand to bolster their linebacking corps. They signed Dan Skuta, but he won't be enough.
Oakland Raiders: Cam Thomas, CB, Western Kentucky
The Raiders had a couple of cornerbacks hit free agency, so they could use some depth at the position.
Washington Redskins: Justin Hardy, WR, East Carolina
Pierre Garcon didn't seem like a good fit in Jay Gruden's offense last year, so the Redskins may look for a receiver early on Day 3.
Chicago Bears: Charles Gaines, CB, Louisville
The Bears need to keep adding defensive help, which includes an upgrade at the cornerback position. Tim Jennings regressed this past season, and he'll turn 32 at some point during the 2015 campaign.
Minnesota Vikings: T.J. Clemmings, OT, Pittsburgh
Teams we've spoken to told us that they had third-round grades on T.J. Clemmings, so it's not that surprising to see him fall. The Vikings could snatch him as a potential left tackle of the future.
New York Giants: Tony Lippett, WR, Michigan State
New York may settle on a receiver in the middle rounds after missing out on Amari Cooper and Kevin White in the first round. The Giants need one, given Victor Cruz's questionable status.
Miami Dolphins: Lorenzo Doss, CB, Tulane
The Dolphins have to find a cornerback across from Brent Grimes after missing out on Trae Waynes in the first round.
Atlanta Falcons: Mark Glowinski, G, West Virginia
The Falcons have to add an interior offensive lineman at some point in the wake of losing Justin Blalock this offseason.
New England Patriots: Rashad Greene, WR, Florida State
So much for the Patriots taking a receiver early. They'll have to address the position at some point.
New Orleans Saints: Marcus Hardison, DE/DT, Arizona State
The Saints need more help in their front seven. There has been talk about trading Cameron Jordan.
Miami Dolphins: Rakeem Nunez-Roches, DT, Southern Miss
The Dolphins signed Ndamukong Suh and drafted Jordan Phillips, but another lineman could be added for depth purposes.
Miami Dolphins: Reese Dismukes, C, Auburn
Mike Pouncey will be moving back to center this season, but depth is needed behind him.
San Francisco 49ers: Taiwan Jones, LB, Michigan State
The 49ers are both inept and unfortunate. They said goodbye to Patrick Willis and Chris Borland this offseason, and now they have to find another inside linebacker to go along with the injured NaVorro Bowman.
Houston Texans: Kurtis Drummond, S, Michigan State
The had Kurtis Drummond going here to the Texans in my real mock, but he also makes sense for the Texans, who need safety depth.
San Diego Chargers: Anthony Harris, S, Virginia
Eric Weddle is heading into the final year of his contract, so the Chargers may want to add some insurance in the middle rounds.
New Orleans Saints: Kwon Alexander, LB, LSU
The Saints could double up on inside linebackers, given how weak they are at the position.
Buffalo Bills: Bryce Petty, QB, Baylor
The Bills signed Matt Cassel for the short term, but they obviously still need to find a quarterback of the future.
Miami Dolphins: Daryl Williams, OT, Oklahoma
With all of these picks, the Dolphins are going to be able to add depth in so many places. Here's a player for the offensive line.
Cincinnati Bengals: Bryce Hager, ILB, Baylor
With Vontaze Burfict coming off an injury and other linebackers heading into contract seasons, the Bengals could add two linebackers in the draft.
Arizona Cardinals: Trey Flowers, DE/OLB, Arkansas
The Cardinals are getting a steal here - as well as someone who can add some much-needed pass-rushing depth on the exterior.
Arizona Cardinals: Xavier Williams, NT, Northern Iowa
The Cardinals have to find a replacement for Dan Williams, who signed with the Raiders this offseason.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Jesse James, TE, Penn State
The Steelers could be in the market for a successor at tight end. Heath Miller turns 33 in October and has just two more years left on his contract.
Carolina Panthers: Laurence Gibson, OT, Virginia Tech
The Panthers need to stop dicking around with Cam Newton's pass protection. They're going to get him killed if they don't upgrade the line.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kevin White, CB, TCU
The Buccaneers may target a cornerback earlier than this. They could use some competition for Johnthan Banks.
Dallas Cowboys: Jay Ajayi, RB, Boise State
DeMarco Murray was too expensive to keep, so the plan was for Joseph Randle to become the new starting running back. The problem is that Randle was recently arrested for drug possession and domestic violence, so he could be suspended. If so, Dallas may spend a second-day selection on a back.
Denver Broncos: Jalston Fowler, FB, Alabama
The Broncos are looking to bring in a new fullback this offseason. They had two fifth-round selections, so perhaps they'll use one on a lead blocker.
Indianapolis Colts: Terrance Magee, RB, LSU
The Colts signed Frank Gore - check out my grade in the NFL Free Agent Signing Grades page - but he's just a short-term solution. A long-term option is needed.
Green Bay Packers: Nick O'Leary, TE, Florida State
There's been talk about the Packers bringing in another tight end, and they're getting a steal in Nick O'Leary.
Washington Redskins: Sean Hickey, OT/G, Syracuse
Here's another versatile lineman for the Redskins to help with their poor pass protection.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jamison Crowder, WR/KR, Duke
Vincent Jackson is coming back for the 2015 season, but he may not be on the Buccaneers much longer beyond that.
Carolina Panthers: Za'Darius Smith, DE/OLB, Kentucky
With Greg Hardy gone, the Panthers might want to target a defensive end in the middle rounds for depth purposes.
Seattle Seahawks: Nick Boyle, TE, Delaware
The Seahawks traded for Jimmy Graham, but they also lost Zach Miller this offseason, so perhaps they'll add depth at tight end.
Baltimore Ravens: Malcolm Brown, RB, Texas
The Ravens managed to re-sign Justin Forsett, but with Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce gone, some depth behind Forsett is needed.
Kansas City Chiefs: Corey Robinson, OT, South Carolina
The Chiefs added a center earlier, but they may also go after a tackle, just in case Eric Fisher continues to disappoint.
Kansas City Chiefs: Brandon Bridge, QB, South Alabama
The Chiefs could stand to add a young quarterback to groom behind Alex Smith.
Carolina Panthers: Blake Bell, TE, Oklahoma
The Panthers could use some depth at tight end behind Greg Olsen. They tried Ed Dickson last year, but he struggled.
Houston Texans: Alani Fua, DE/OLB, BYU
The Texans are optimistic about Jadeveon Clowney's chances of returning to the field this season - I still support my NFL Game of Thrones comparison - but they may want to add an edge rusher as insurance.
Baltimore Ravens: Kenny Bell, WR, Nebraska
The Ravens already added one receiver, but they could go after one more to really shore up the position.
I totally agree with your argument on some points. I would not take Trubisky in the first round. However, he is worth taking in later round though he wont make it pass the jets if the browns don't take him 1st overall. In the NFL today 1st rounders are expected to contribute immediately gone are the days of drafting a guy especially QB's and having him sit and learn. there are a few exceptions one being Rodgers who sat being farve and jimmy g who has sat behind brady. but the browns would better served not taking a QB at all this year. I would trade the first overall pick if I can to obtain more picks in next years draft to trade up if need be to obtain one of the many stud QB's in the 2018 draft. the jets are need a qb and im pretty sure they would trade the farm to have the opportunity to get a potential franchise guy. I would start Kessler he showed promise last season and deserves a fair shot osweiler is a sunk cost but the browns were smart in acquiring him as he is still young and hue Jackson is an offensive genius and can get the most out of any QB look at the drop off Dalton had last year without him. last year the browns were smart in trading their pick and I obtaining assets and it will payoff long term if thier owner doesnt botch it. they should do the same this year i know garrett is a clowney type talent and the browns should take him but they have many holes on the roster and due to thier history of being terrible it they wont be able to sign big time free agents unless they are players who are looking for a payday and dont really care about winning so they are forced to build through the draft which is smart because you will get players you want and can estahblish the culture of the locker room.