Jake’s 2015 NFL Mock Draft | 21-32

2015 NFL Mock Draft Picks 21-32 by Jake

21. Cincinnati Bengals: Marcus Peters, CB, Washington

Terence Newman will be a free agent this year and will also be 37 years old. Reggie Nelson, Leon Hall, Adam Jones, George Iloka, and Dre Kirkpatrick are all in the last year of their contracts. To put it simply, the Bengals need to start worrying about their secondary. Marcus Peters may definitely have some character concerns, but he may also be the most talented corner in this draft.

Second pick: Malcom Brown

22. Pittsburg Steelers: Byron Jones, CB/S, Uconn

The Steelers get a very versatile corner who can also play safety. He would be a good fit in this system for the Steelers.

Second pick: Ronald Darby

23. Detroit Lions: T.J. Clemmings, OT, Pittsburg

T.J. Clemmings is a very raw athletic prospect. Being a converted defensive end, Clemmings has only played two years at tackle, but his upside is huge. Detroit needs fixed at a few spots going into the off-season, but none more than offensive line. Rob Sims was the only starter to stay healthy through the entire season, and he is now a free agent. Inserting young offensive line depth should be first priority.

Second pick: Malcom Brown

24. Arizona Cardinals: Lance Kendricks, ILB, UCLA

Larry Foote is still playing well but is definitely getting up there in age. Replacing Foote with a young talented linebacker like Kendricks will help keep the Cardinals defense formidable.



25. Carolina Panthers: Ereck Flowers, OT, Miami

Cam Newton was sacked 38 times this year tied for eighth most in the league and finished the year with way too many bumps and bruises. According to Pro Football Focus, Byron Bell was the second worst starting tackle in the league. Flowers missed some time due to injury this year, but at 6-6 he has a huge frame perfect for protecting Cam Newton’s blind side.

Second pick: Ty Sambrailo

26. Baltimore Ravens: Melvin Gordon, RB, Wisconsin

The Ravens announced that they will be keeping the same West Coast offense even with new offensive coordinator Marc Trestman and will also be using the same zone blocking scheme. Even if the Ravens are able to resign Justin Forsett, Gordon comes from a zone blocking scheme and would be a younger option that could immediately contribute. Baltimore hired former Wisconsin running back coach Thomas Hammock this time last year who will be sure to offer plenty of insight on Gordon.

Second pick: Vic Beasley

27. Dallas Cowboys: Malcom Brown, DT, Texas

The Cowboys have many issues to address on the defensive side of the ball, starting with the d-line. In the 4-3 you need two defensive tackles who can be disruptive. Keeping the athletically gifted Malcom Brown in his home state and pairing him up with Tyrone Crawford would give Dallas a young dynamic duo in the middle of that defense. Brown is a stout 6-2, 320lbs who finished the year with 6.5 sacks, and can help a defense that finished 28th in the league in that department.

Second pick: Ty Sambrailo

28. Denver Broncos: Cam Erving, OL, Florida St

The Broncos have to make some improvements to their offensive line, having tried a number of combinations through the year and finding no success. Cam Erving not only comes with size, length, and athleticism, but you can also line him up anywhere on the offensive line. As a junior, Erving was an All-American at left tackle, and recently found his place this past year at center for the Seminoles. An aging Peyton Manning needs all the protection he can get.

Second pick: Eddie Goldman.



29. Indianapolis Colts: Todd Gurley, RB, Georgia

Trent Richardson has been an absolute bust averaging only 3.1 yards a carry his last two years in Indy. However, they seemed to have found something in the likes of Dan Herron. Herron is a great receiver out of the backfield but isn’t exactly an all-purpose back. An ACL tear allows the all too exciting Todd Gurley to fall down to the end of the draft and finally gives Andrew Luck a reliable running game.

Second pick: Eddie Goldman

30. Green Bay Packers: Benardrick McKinney, LB, Mississippi St.

I have no problem mocking two middle linebackers in the first round when huge successes in the likes of Luke Kuechly and C.J. Mosley have been seen. McKinney is a first round talent .

Second pick: Ty Sambrailo.



31. New Orleans Saints: Maxx Williams, TE.

The Saints try to replace Maxx Williams with this selection. You can’t just replace Jimmy Graham but Williams is the top TE in this mock draft.

Second pick: Devin Funchess

32. New England Patriots: Owamagbe Odighizuwa, DE, UCLA

New England gets another athletic player who can get after the QB.

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