Florida State will more than likely break the record for most players drafted in a three-year stretch in the modern era during the 2015 NFL draft. But where will FSU’s former stars fall in the draft? Here’s my best guess for where they will go and in what order:
Jameis Winston: First overall pick
Cam Erving: Early 20s (a change from my scouting report earlier this week; Chiefs?)
Mario Edwards, Jr.: Late first round (Arizona? New England?)
Eddie Goldman: Late first round (very possible he could slide into the second round)
My guess is that only three of the above go in the first round, but one of Erving, Goldman, or Edwards will go in the second round. At this point, Goldman seems to be the most likely of the three to slide out of the round, but he is also more likely than Edwards to go in the teens. The draft can be a funny thing.
Ronald Darby: He'll go before teammate Williams and could still go in the first, but it's more likely he winds up in the early second round at this point.
P.J. Williams: Mid second round (Steelers?)
Rashad Greene: Early to mid third Round
Tre’ Jackson: Mid to late third round (failed physicals will drop him somewhat)
Karlos Williams: Likely early in the round
Josue Matias: A high value pick in this round. Never was as talented as teammate Tre' Jackson, but he's likely to be a consistent starter, which is terrific for a late-round pick.
Bobby Hart: Late sixth round