2015 NFL Draft Tracker

Round 2:               1. (33). New York Giants (F/Tennessee): Landon Collins, Safety, Alabama               2. (34). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Donovan Smith, Offensive Tackle, Penn State               3. (35). Oakland Raiders: Mario Edwards Jr., Defensive End, Florida State               4. (36). Jacksonville Jaguars: T.J Yeldon, Running Back, Alabama               5. (37). New York Jets: Devin Smith, Wide Receiver, Ohio State               6. (38). Washington Redskins: Preston Smith, Rush Linebacker, Mississippi State               7. (39). Chicago Bears: Eddie Goldman, Defensive Tackle/Nose Tackle, Florida State<               8. (40). Tennessee Titans (F/New York Giants): Dorial Green-Beckham, Wide Receiver, Missouri               9. (41). Carolina Panthers: Devin Funchess, Wide Receiver, Michigan               10. (42). Atlanta Falcons: Jalen Collins, Defensive Back, LSU               11. (43). Houston Texans (F/Cleveland): Bernardrick McKinney, Inside Linebacker, Mississippi State               12. (44). New Orleans Saints: Hau’oli Kikaha, Rush Linebacker, Washington               13. (45). Minnesota Vikings: Erick Kendricks, Middle Linebacker, UCLA               14. (46). San Francisco 49ers: Jaquiski Tartt, Safety, Sanford               15. (47). Philadelphia Eagles (F/Miami): Eric Rowe, Defensive Back, Utah               16: (48).San Diego Chargers: Denzel Perriman, Outside Linebacker, Miami (Fla)               17. (49). Kansas City Chiefs: Mitch Morse, Center, Missouri               18. (50). Buffalo Bills: Ronald Darby, Cornerback, Florida State               19. (51). Cleveland Browns (F/Houston): Nate Orchard, Outside Linebacker, Utah               20. (52). Miami Dolphins (F/Philadelphia): Jordan Phillips, Nose Tackle, Oklahoma               21. (53). Cincinnati Bengals: Jake Fisher, Offensive Tackle, Oregon               22. (54). Detroit Lions: Ameer Abdullah, Running Back, Nebraska               23. (55). Baltimore Ravens (F/Arizona): Maxx Williams, Tight End, Minnesota               24. (56). Pittsburgh Steelers: Senquez Golson, Cornerback, Mississippi               25. (57). St. Louis Rams (F/Carolina): Rob Havenstein, Right Tackle, Wisconsin               26. (58). Arizona Cardinals (F/Baltimore): Markus Golden, Rush Linebacker, Missouri               27. (59). Denver Broncos: Tyler Sambrailo, Right Tackle, Colorado State University               28. (60). Dallas Cowboys: Randy Gregory, Rush Linebacker, Nebraska               29: (61). Tampa Bay Buccaneers (F/Indianapolis): Ali Marpet, Guard, Hobart               30. (62). Green Bay Packers: Quinton Rollins, Cornerback/Safety, Miami(Oh)               31. (63). Seattle Seahawks: Frank Clark, Defensive End, Michigan               32. (64). New England Patriots: Jordan Richards, Safety, Stanford  









2015 NFL Draft Tracker



By Joseph Potter

Date: April 30, 2015






    1. (33) New York Giants (F/Tennessee): Landon Collins, Safety, Alabama

      Landon Collins is an athletic, hard hitting Safety that needs refinement in his game. Collins is a star in the making, but must improve his tackling and the angles he takes while pursuing a play. He is primarily a box Strong Safety.

      Grade: A

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Ereck Flowers, Right Tackle



    2. (34) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Donovan Smith, Offensive Tackle, Penn State

      The pick is solid for the Bucs but I feel that Smith would have been there later. Smith could also be a good influence on Jameis Winston.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Jameis Winston, Quarterback



    3. (35) Oakland Raiders: Mario Edwards Jr., Defensive End, Florida State:

      Mario Edwards can do a lot of things on the defensive line but nothing special. Solid pick but uninspiring.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Amari Cooper, Wide Receiver



    4. (36) Jacksonville Jaguars: T.J Yeldon, Running Back, Alabama

      T.J Yeldon isn't a great pick at this point, he's a good back who is solid in all aspects of the game, but can't lower his shoulder with power. A good player, could have traded down and gotten him. He can form a good duo with Storm Johnson.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Dante Fowler, Defensive End



    5. (37) New York Jets: Devin Smith, Wide Receiver, Ohio State

      Devin Smith is a solid player with good awareness and hands. The Jets need to give Geno Smith all the help they can get.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1:Leonard Williams, Defensive Tackle



    6. (38) Washington Redskins: Preston Smith, Rush Linebacker, Mississippi State

      Smith is a good forth round prospect but taken far too high.

      Grade: C-
            Previous Selections:

                              Round 1: Brandon Scherff, Offensive Tackle/Guard



    7. (39) Chicago Bears: Eddie Goldman, Defensive Tackle/Nose Tackle, Florida State

      This is an excellent selection as Goldman can play every position along the Defensive line -34- and can play all downs.

      GRADE: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Kevin White, Wide Receiver



    8. (40) Tennessee Titans (F/New York Giants): Dorial Green-Beckham, Wide Receiver, Missouri

      Dorial Green-Beckham has a huge body at 6'5, 236 pounds and is one of the more athletic receivers in this draft. Beckham is raw, and whomever drafts him will need to work with him to improve his route running and ability to get off the bump and run. Beckham fell due to off field issues.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Ereck Flowers, Offensive Tackle



    9. (41) Carolina Panthers (F/St. Louis):Devin Funchess, Wide Receiver, Michigan

      The #3 Tight End in the draft who has issues with drops taken as a Receiver? Yea...

      Grade: D+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Shaq Thompson, Safety/Linebacker



    10. (42) Atlanta Falcons: Jalen Collins, Defensive Back, LSU

      Jalen Collins is a good athlete who has good instincts who can play both Corner and Safety. Collins is a good press Corner and could be a solid starter in time.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                               Round 1: Vic Beasley, Defensive End



    11. (43) Houston Texans: Bernardrick McKinney, Inside Linebacker, Mississippi State

      Bernardrick MicKinney is fast enough to go sideline to sideline and has plenty of room to grow in coverage, but he is a force against the run.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:

                                Round 1: Kevin Johnson, Cornerback



    12. (44) New Orleans Saints: Hau’oli Kikaha, Rush Linebacker, Washington

      Kikaha is a jack of all trades with immense athletic ability and upside at outside linebacker.

      Grade: A

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Andrus Peat, Left Tackle
                              Round 1: Stephone Anthony, Linebacker



    13. (45) Minnesota Vikings: Erick Kendricks, Middle Linebacker, UCLA

      Eric Kendricks combines many of the attributes needed to play linebacker in any scheme as he flows to the ball well, has good anticipation, and can play strong zone coverage.

      Grade: A+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Trae Waynes, Cornerback



    14. (46) San Francisco 49ers: Jaquiski Tartt, Safety, Sanford

      Tartt is a forth round prospect grossly overdrafted but has good intelligence and is well coached.

      Grade: C-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Arik Armstead, Defensive Tackle



    15. (47) Philadelphia Eagles (F/Miami): Eric Rowe, Defensive Back, Utah

      Eric Rowe is a talented Corner with good ball skills and an aggressive mean streak.

      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: DeVante Parker, Wide Receive


    16. (48) San Diego Chargers: Denzel Perriman, Outside Linebacker, Miami (Fla)

      Manti Tao clone? Athletic, smart, and rangy he will compete for a starting spot immediately.

      Grade: C

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Melvin Gordon, Running Back



    17. (49) Kansas City Chiefs: Mitch Morse, Center, Missouri

      A solid pick but there were better players on the board.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Marcus Peters, Cornerback



    18. (50) Buffalo Bills: Ronald Darby, Cornerback, Florida State

      Ronald Darby has good ball skills and is aggressive at the line of scrimmage. Unfortunately that can lead to him getting beaten deep on occasion.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1:



    19. (51) Cleveland Browns (F/Houston): Nate Orchard, Rush Linebacker, Utah

      Orchard is a good pass rusher who needs to prove he has the athleticism and play the pass. More football player than athlete.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Kevin Johnson, Cornerback



    20. (52) Miami (F/Philadelphia): Jordan Phillips, Nose Tackle, Oklahoma

      Phillips is a great run stuffing nose tackle who will be a great addition in Miami.

      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Nelson Agholor, Wide Receiver



    21. (53) Cincinnati Bengals: Jake Fisher, Offensive Tackle, Oregon

      Jake Fisher is probably the most athletic overall offensive lineman in this draft and can play both right and left tackle.

      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Cedric Ogbuehi, Left Tackle



    22. (54) Detroit Lions: Ameer Abdullah, Running Back, Nebraska

      Ameer Abdullah is a good running back who is a strong receiver out of the backfield.

      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Laken Tomlinson, Guard



    23. (55) Baltimore Ravens (F/Arizona): Maxx Williams, Tight End, Minnesota

      Maxx Williams was one of the most underutilized talents in College Football over the past two seasons. Williams combines strong athleticism, agility, hands, and route running ability with a big frame -6'4, 250 pounds-.

      Grade: A

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: D.J Humphries, Offensive Tackle



    24. (56) Pittsburgh Steelers: Senquez Golson, Cornerback, Mississippi

      Small Corner -5'8- but very skilled. If he was taller he would have been a higher rated selection.

      Grade: C

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Alvin Dupree, Rush Linebacker, Kentucky



    25. (57) St. Louis Rams (F/Carolina): Rob Havenstein, Right Tackle, Wisconsin

      The Rams drafted Running Back Todd Gurley and he is still recovering from a torn ACL. Rob Havenstein is a solid run blocking right tackle who can help keep Gurley healthy.Still, overdrafting a player by a round isn't the way to go.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Shaq Thompson, Outside Linebacker/Safety



    26. (58) Arizona Cardinals (F/Baltimore): Markus Golden, Rush Linebacker, Missouri:

      Markus Golden is a great athlete with a non-stop motor. Unfortunately he uses his hands poorly and plays with almost no power. If Arizona can refine his game they may have a good player in a year or two.

      Grade: C-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Brashad Perriman, Wide Receiver



    27. (59) Denver Broncos: Tyler Sambrailo, Right Tackle, Colorado State University

      Tyler Sambrailo fits the Denver offensive system very well, unfortunately he is underwhelming in all other aspects of his game. He has potential, but will need a lot of work.

      Grade: C

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Shane Ray, Rush Linebacker



    28. (60) Dallas Cowboys: Randy Gregory, Rush Linebacker, Nebraska:

      The best player available, a great pass rusher fell due to character concerns but a Top 10 physical talent.

      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Byron Jones, Cornerback



    29. (61) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (F/Indianapolis): Ali Marpet, Guard, Hobart:

      Ali Marpet may end up being a sleeper in this draft as a division one talent from a division 3 school -Hobart-. Marpet often looked bored on tape.

      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Phillip Dorsett, Wide Receiver



    30. (62) Green Bay Packers: Quinton Rollins, Cornerback/Safety, Miami(Oh)

      Quinton Rollins is one of the top ball hawks in this draft, learning from his time as the nation's leader in steals per game in basketball. Rollins only has one year of football experience and has a high ceiling.

      Grade: A

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Damarious Randall, Safety



    31. (63) Seattle Seahawks Frank Clark, Defensive End, Michigan

      Carl Frank is a decent talent that played well at Michigan but never lived up to his physical gifts. If Seattle can settle him in and teach him how to utilize his tools better he will be a solid player for them.

      Grade: C

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1:



    32. (64) New England Patriots: Jordan Richards, Safety, Stanford

      Jordan Richards is a bit of a head scratcher here as better prospects were on the board. Richards is a smart player with the versatility that Bill Bellicheck craves.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Malcom Brown, Defensive Tackle








    Round 2:               1. (33). New York Giants (F/Tennessee): Landon Collins, Safety, Alabama               2. (34). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Donovan Smith, Offensive Tackle, Penn State               3. (35). Oakland Raiders: Mario Edwards Jr., Defensive End, Florida State               4. (36). Jacksonville Jaguars: T.J Yeldon, Running Back, Alabama               5. (37). New York Jets: Devin Smith, Wide Receiver, Ohio State               6. (38). Washington Redskins: Preston Smith, Rush Linebacker, Mississippi State               7. (39). Chicago Bears: Eddie Goldman, Defensive Tackle/Nose Tackle, Florida State<               8. (40). Tennessee Titans (F/New York Giants): Dorial Green-Beckham, Wide Receiver, Missouri               9. (41). Carolina Panthers: Devin Funchess, Wide Receiver, Michigan               10. (42). Atlanta Falcons: Jalen Collins, Defensive Back, LSU               11. (43). Houston Texans (F/Cleveland): Bernardrick McKinney, Inside Linebacker, Mississippi State               12. (44). New Orleans Saints: Hau’oli Kikaha, Rush Linebacker, Washington               13. (45). Minnesota Vikings: Erick Kendricks, Middle Linebacker, UCLA               14. (46). San Francisco 49ers: Jaquiski Tartt, Safety, Sanford               15. (47). Philadelphia Eagles (F/Miami): Eric Rowe, Defensive Back, Utah               16: (48).San Diego Chargers: Denzel Perriman, Outside Linebacker, Miami (Fla)               17. (49). Kansas City Chiefs: Mitch Morse, Center, Missouri               18. (50). Buffalo Bills: Ronald Darby, Cornerback, Florida State               19. (51). Cleveland Browns (F/Houston): Nate Orchard, Outside Linebacker, Utah               20. (52). Miami Dolphins (F/Philadelphia): Jordan Phillips, Nose Tackle, Oklahoma               21. (53). Cincinnati Bengals: Jake Fisher, Offensive Tackle, Oregon               22. (54). Detroit Lions: Ameer Abdullah, Running Back, Nebraska               23. (55). Baltimore Ravens (F/Arizona): Maxx Williams, Tight End, Minnesota               24. (56). Pittsburgh Steelers: Senquez Golson, Cornerback, Mississippi               25. (57). St. Louis Rams (F/Carolina): Rob Havenstein, Right Tackle, Wisconsin               26. (58). Arizona Cardinals (F/Baltimore): Markus Golden, Rush Linebacker, Missouri               27. (59). Denver Broncos: Tyler Sambrailo, Right Tackle, Colorado State University               28. (60). Dallas Cowboys: Randy Gregory, Rush Linebacker, Nebraska               29: (61). Tampa Bay Buccaneers (F/Indianapolis): Ali Marpet, Guard, Hobart               30. (62). Green Bay Packers: Quinton Rollins, Cornerback/Safety, Miami(Oh)               31. (63). Seattle Seahawks: Frank Clark, Defensive End, Michigan               32. (64). New England Patriots: Jordan Richards, Safety, Stanford 













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