2015 NFL Draft – Final Top 50 Player Rankings

1. Leonard Williams, DL. USC
-No physical limitations and full scheme versatility.
2. Amari Cooper, WR. Alabama
-Polished route runner and a workhorse in the passing game.
3. Shane Ray, DE. Missouri
-Violent hands, bad intentions, and a relentless motor.
4. Todd Gurley, RB. Georgia
-Alpha male from a physical standpoint with great instincts. Durability?
5. Dante Fowler Jr., OLB. Florida
-Scheme versatile edge player with much of his upside untapped. No more weight fluctuating.
6. Kevin White, WR. West Virginia
-Specimen with soft hands. Few corners aren’t over-matched by him physically.
7. Trae Waynes, CB. Michigan State
-Long, potential shut-down corner with man-coverage capabilities. Watch the grabbing!
8. Marcus Mariota, QB. Oregon
-Meticulous worker who can create with his feet. Pin-point short/intermediate accuracy.
9. Vic Beasley, OLB. Clemson
-Quickness is a matchup nightmare in 1v1s. Excellent athlete who can play in space.
10. Alvin “Bud” Dupree, DE/OLB. Kentucky
-Immense upside regardless of system. Physical specimen with experience and production.
11. Danny Shelton, DT. Washington
-High motor, 4-3/4-3 versatile, nose tackle with natural leverage and impressive movement skills.
12. Breshad Perriman, WR. UCF
-Explosive, height/weight/speed prospect with ‘score from anywhere’ abilities.
13. Brandon Scherff, OG/T, Iowa
-Typical plug and play Hawkweye lineman; guard who can play right tackle.
14. Malcom Brown, DT. Texas
-Prototype 3-tech, slipper pass rusher. Loves playing in opposing backfield.
15. Jameis Winston, QB. Florida State
-Impressive footwork, pocket presence, and arm talent. Why will the turnovers lessen though?
16. Devante Parker, WR. Louisville
-Comfortably makes adjustments with excellent body control. Wins 50-50 balls. Linear runner.
17. Marcus Peters, CB. Washington
-Talented headcase with confidence in man coverage and upper-echelon ball skills.
18. Ereck Flowers, OT. Miami (FL)
-Powerful finisher in the run game with length and pedigree as a pass blocker.
19. Shaq Thompson, S/LB. Washington
-Remarkable football player with instincts in the secondary or in the box. Find him a role.
20. Arik Armstead, DL. Oregon
-Long, physically imposing 3-4 end who could potentially revolutionize the nose tackle position
21. Ronald Darby, CB. Florida State
-Track speed with fluidity and elite change of direction abilities. Could be more physical.
22. Randy Gregory, OLB. Nebraska
-Imposing size and length + range to get outside and re-direct runs; raw talent. Off-field concerns.
23. Eddie Goldman, NT. Florida State
-Excellent movement for a 6’3″ 336-pound nose tackle. 4-3 or 3-4 versatile and offers a pass rush.
24. La’El Collins, OG/T. LSU
-Experienced blocker who had success against good defenders; guard who can play right tackle.
25. Melvin Gordon, RB. Wisconsin
-Explosion and footspeed with good size. Slowly become more well-rounded as a blocker/receiver.
26. Cam Erving, OG/C. Florida State
-‘Plus’ size for a center and was immense at the position in 2014. Also left or right guard capable.
27. Jordan Phillips, NT. Oklahoma
-True 0-gap nose tackle with tremendous size and width. Not a pass rusher, but experienced + pro ready.
28. Kevin Johnson, CB. Wake Forest
-Balanced boundary defender who’s willing to get physical and tackle.
29. Jaelen Strong, WR. Arizona State
-Box-out receiver who provides a reliable safety valve both out wide and in the red zone.
30. Landon Collins, S. Alabama
-Aggressive downhill defender with a nose for finding the football.
31. D.J. Humphries, OT. Florida
-Aggressive and physical left tackle type with good foot for the position.
32. Phillip Dorsett, WR. Miami (FL)
-Undersized, but has elite speed and runs good routes. Might be a slot, but can score from anywhere.
33. Jalen Collins, CB. LSU
-If you can get over the maturity concerns, he’s a long boundary corner with speed and smooth hips.
34. Byron Jones, CB/S. UConn
-Specimen with safety potential. Plenty of experience and conceded no touchdowns in 2014.
35. T.J. Clemmings, OT. Pittsburgh
-Experienced captain who made a quick adjustment from defense. Potential pro-bowl left tackle.
36. Eli Harold, DE/OLB. Virginia
-Regularly gets pressure as a pass rusher and showed the fluidity to play in space if need be.
37. Nelson Agholor, WR. USC
-Not overly flashy, but great route runner with true speed. High volume catcher.
38. Cedric Ogbuehi, OT. Texas A&M
-Susceptible to sacks in bunches, but tremendous skill-set & talent foundation. Patience required.
39. Owamagbe Odighizua, DE/OLB. UCLA
-Active hands, high energy, and a strong base. A 3-4 versatile edger who wins with leverage.
40. Dorial Green-Beckham, WR. Missouri
-Freakish dimensions and ‘plus’ athleticism. Very rough around the edges, but highly intriguing.
41. Brett Hundley, QB. UCLA
-Athletic passer with remarkable ball security. Under-appreciated talent.
42. Laken Tomlinson, OG. Duke
-Four year starter with excellent technique and strength. Intelligent, high-character player.
43. Chris Conley, WR. Georgia
-Outstanding athlete, just scratching the surface of his upside. Physical and fast.
44. Andrus Peat, OT. Stanford
-Only two sacks of 2014 came in same game; pro bowl upside, but inconsistent technique.
45. Jake Fischer, OT. Oregon
-Former tight end with impressive athleticism. Joe Staley-esque.
46. T.J. Yeldon, RB. Alabama
-Decisive, yet patient. Can run with power and also turn off-tackle and win the corner with quickness.
47. Danielle Hunter, DE/OLB. LSU
-Height/weight/speed defensive edge. Immense talent base. Projects to be a versatile disruption.
48. Eric Kendrick, ILB. UCLA
-Stat freak who finds the football in pass or run defense. Undersized, but holds tough against big OLs.
49. Donovan Smith, OT. Penn State
-Intelligent, strong, good footwork. A plug and play right tackle from day one.
50. Tevin Coleman, RB. Indiana
-Quick accelerator with an eye for holes. Over-performed despite playing with a lesser offensive line.

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