Tyler’s 2015 NFL Mock Draft Round 3
1. Tampa Bay-Denzel Perryman, ILB, Miami-Tampa saw a lot of the mobile and hard hitting Perryman. ILB is the cog to this defense.
2. Tennessee-Alex Carter, CB, Stanford-Carter is a stout CB who attacks the ball. He successfully defended the best of the big 12 receivers.
3. Jacksonville-Cody Prewitt, FS, Ole Miss-Prewitt is a massive safety who has some pop.
4. Oakland-Josh Shaw, CB, USC-Shaw is a very aggressive corner who can play some safety as wel.. He can challenge for a spot, or be groomed at FS.
5. Washington-Jaquiski Tartt, SS, Samford-This is a decent value here. Tartt isn’t over aggressive, and has skills to be serviceable.
6. New York Jets-Duke Johnson, RB, Miami-Eventually, the Jets need to find a back who can be a game changer. When Johnson is on, he can carry a team.
7. Chicago-Derron Smith, FS, Fresno St.-Smith is an instinctive hitter who shows off a ton or range.
8. St. Louis-Sammie Coates, WR, Auburn-The Rams hope this doesn’t happen because they don’t need another WR, but they can’t pass on a game changer like Coates.
9. Atlanta-Grady Jarrett, DT, Clemson-Atlanta will need some more heat from the interior of the line. Jarrett is gap shooting stud that is a steal at this point.
10. New York Giants-Michael Bennett, DT, Ohio St.-Hankins is a beast, and Bennett is a smaller version.
11. New Orleans-Mario Edwards, Jr., DE, Florida St.-Edwards is a natural scheme fit, can be rotated around situationally, and provide great depth.
12. Minnesota-Devin Funchess, WR, Michigan-With the release of Jennings, the Vikes need a solid possession guy. Funchess could have a Kelvin Benjamin type of season.
13. Cleveland-Daryl Williams, T, Oklahoma-Williams is a mountain on the right side of the football.
14. New Orleans(via Miami)-Brett Hundley, QB, UCLA-New Orleans is stacking their roster. Ultimately they lack a dynamic protégé to Brees.
15. San Francisco-Tre Jackson, G, Florida St.-The Niners need a mauler on the interior of their line.
16. Kansas City-Kwon Alexander, ILB, LSU-Though an OLB, Alexander can be moved inside where the aggressive ball hawk can play next to another former OLB, Derrick Johnson.