Jake’s 2015 NFL Mock Draft | 11-20

2015 NFL Mock Draft Picks 11-20 by Jake

11. Minnesota Vikings: Danny Shelton, NT, Washington

The Vikings add a good run stopping DT. Shelton could very well be a top 10 selection but he goes a touch later because of need in other positions.

Secondary pick: La’el Collins

12. Cleveland Browns: La’el Collins, OL, LSU   

The Browns get a very good offensive tackle that can play Guard as well.



13. New Orleans Saints: Trae Waynes, CB, Michigan St.

The Saints should most likely go defense with this pick and take the best player available. Trae Waynes is the runaway top corner in this year’s draft class. When you face top notch receivers like Julio Jones, Roddy White, Kelvin Benjamin, Mike Evans, and Vincent Jackson twice a year, you need a tall athletic corner like Waynes to match up.

Secondary pick: La’el Collins

14. Miami Dolphins: Bud Dupree, OLB, Kentucky 

The Dolphins take another pass rusher in the first round to try and hit. Dupree has been climbing boards of late and is going to be an intriguing prospect

Secondary pick: La’el Collins

15. San Francisco 49ers: Randy Gregory, DE/OLB, Nebraska

The 49ers get a talented OLB in Randy Gregory. He has a lot of talent and is able to get after the QB.



16. Houston Texans: Landon Collins, SS, Alabama

The Texans get an athletic offensive tackle with this selection. He most likely will play right tackle and eventual move over to the left side.

17. San Diego Chargers: Andrus Peat, OT, Stanford

The Chargers need offensive line help as they had a total of ten different starters throughout the year, mostly at guard and center. Philip Rivers is in his prime so keep him healthy while you can.

Secondary pick: T.J. Clemmings

18. Kansas City Chiefs: Jaelen Strong, WR, Arizona State

It’s no secret the Chiefs need a wide receiver, as none of their current ones on the roster scored a single touchdown on the season. A good way to fix your weakest positon is by starting Strong in the first round. Did you get it?! Pairing the weak armed Alex Smith with the best back shoulder receiver in football would be a good idea.

Secondary pick: Dorial Green-Beckham.



19. Cleveland Browns: Dorial Green-Beckham, WR, Oklahoma

The Browns almost have to go with a wide receiver in the first round. Josh Gordon will most likely be gone and Miles Austin is on the wrong side of 30. The Browns may pass on DGB because they don’t want to deal with another troubled WR, but I think he has too much talent to pass up. At 6-6 225lbs. many consider him to be the next A.J. Green.

Secondary pick: Bud Dupree

20. Philadelphia Eagles: Arik Armstread, DE, Oregon

The Eagles get a very big defensive end with a high ceiling. Armstead can play both end and tackle and has a ton of size.

Secondary pick: Marcus Peters.


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