The Commish's Final Mock Draft

Here is The Commish's final mock draft for the 2015 NFL Draft.

1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Jameis Winston - QB - Florida State

6'4'' - 231 lbs - 4.97

Commish's Take: Best QB and now face of the Buccaneers.


2. Tennessee Titans - Marcus Mariota - QB - Oregon

6'4'' - 222 lbs - 4.52

Commish's Take: I still think a trade happens. I just find it hard to believe that the Titans like Mariota soooooo much, but are trying so hard to trade the pick. It might be the Eagles, but I wouldn't be surprised if it's the Rams.


3. Jacksonville Jaguars - Leonard Williams - DE - USC

6'5'' - 302 lbs - 4.97

Commish's Take: Forget the fact that the Jaguars have Alualu and Odrick, Williams is the top defensive player in this draft. I do think Cooper is under major consideration. The Jaguars may feel they can get an edge rusher (Ray, Gregory) by trading back into the late 1st round now.


4. Oakland Raiders - Amari Cooper - WR - Alabama

6'1'' - 211 lbs - 4.42

Commish's Take: Reliable weapon for Derek Carr.


5. Washington Redskins - Dante Fowler Jr. - EDGE - Florida

6'3'' - 261 lbs - 4.60

Commish's Take: Big time edge rusher to get after the pocket passers in the NFC East.


6. New York Jets - Kevin White - WR - West Virginia

6'3'' - 215 lbs - 4.35

Commish's Take: The Jets decide to give Geno Smith every opportunity to succeed. I think Gurley could go here as well.


7. Chicago Bears - Bud Dupree - EDGE - Kentucky

6'4'' - 269 lbs - 4.56

Commish's Take: Dupree is big, athletic, and raw. Vic Fangio had the best LBs in the NFL while with the 49ers. He needs to improve that position with the Bears.


8. Atlanta Falcons - Todd Gurley - RB - Georgia

6'1'' - 222 lbs - DNP

Commish's Take: The Falcons need to help their defense. They can help their defense most by keeping them on the sideline. Gurley will become a top 5 running back immediately in Kyle Shanahan's offense.


9. New York Giants - Ereck Flowers - OT - Miami

6'6'' - 329 lbs - 5.31

Commish's Take: The Giants need a true offensive tackle, so they can move Justin Pugh to guard. Flowers brings the power the Giants want.


10. St. Louis Rams - Brandon Scherff - OG - Iowa

6'5'' - 319 lbs - 5.05

Commish's Take: I could see a top receiver here like Parker, but with big needs along their offensive line, Scherff makes a ton of sense.


11. Minnesota Vikings - DeVante Parker - WR - Louisville

6'3'' - 209 lbs - 4.45

Commish's Take: I'm a firm believer that if you have a young quarterback, you should make that young QB as comfortable as possible. Parker will be a true number one wide-out in the NFL and was Bridgewater's go-to receiver in college.


12. Cleveland Browns - Andrus Peat - OT - Stanford

6'7'' - 313 lbs - 5.18

Commish's Take: The Browns went flash last year. This year, I think Mike Pettine wants to get physical.


13. New Orleans Saints - Vic Beasley - EDGE - Clemson

6'3'' - 246 lbs - 4.53

Commish's Take: Beasley has tremendous quickness, but is not overly physical. With a need for a pass rusher, Beasley is too tempting for the Saints to pass up.


14. Miami Dolphins - Breshard Perriman - WR - UCF

6'2'' - 212 lbs - 4.28

Commish's Take: Big receiver with speed to help Tannehill stretch the field. I think Gurley is the pick here if he's still on the board.


15. San Francisco 49ers - Trae Waynes - CB - Michigan State

6'0'' - 186 lbs - 4.31

Commish's Take: Best case scenario for the 49ers. Waynes has potential to be a very good corner and fits a big need.


16. Houston Texans - Kevin Johnson - CB - Wake Forest

6'0'' - 188 lbs - 4.52

Commish's Take: Johnson plays bigger than his stature. Good fit to boost the Texans secondary.


17. San Diego Chargers - Melvin Gordon - RB - Wisconsin

6'1'' - 215 lbs - 4.52

Commish's Take: The Chargers depth chart at running back is ugly right now. Gordon immediately bolsters that.


18. Kansas City Chiefs - Cam Erving - OL - FSU

6'5'' - 313 lbs - 5.15

Commish's Take: This seems like one of the best fits in the draft. Replace a pro bowl center with a potential pro bowl center.


19. Cleveland Browns (via BUF) - Danny Shelton - DT - Washington

6'2'' - 339 lbs - 5.64

Commish's Take: This is where a true 2-down DT should go. Shelton os a great fit in the NFC North.


20. Philadelphia Eagles - Nelson Agholor - WR - USC

6'0'' - 198 lbs - 4.42

Commish's Take: If they can't get Mariota, help your current quarterback. Agholor has a tremendous work ethic and great character.


21. Cincinnati Bengals - Jake Fisher - OT - Oregon

6'6'' - 310 lbs - 5.02

Commish's Take: Instant upgrade at left tackle for the Bengals.


22. Pittsburgh Steelers - Marcus Peters - CB - Washington

6'0'' - 197 lbs - 4.53

Commish's Take: Attitude is a major concern with Peters, but his film is the best of the corners in this draft.


23. Detroit Lions - Malcom Brown - DT - Texas

6'2'' - 319 lbs - 5.05

Commish's Take: Great scenario for the Lions to replace Suh and Fairley with Haloti Ngata and Brown.


24. Arizona Cardinals - Shane Ray - EDGE - Missouri

6'3'' - 245 lbs - DNP

Commish's Take: The Cardinals have shown a willingness to draft players with questionable backgrounds. I think Ray isn't as bad a guy as his dumb mistake makes him out to be. The Cardinals get one hell of a pass rusher.


25. Carolina Panthers - Shaq Thompson - LB - Washington

6'0'' - 228 lbs - 4.64

Commish's Take: The Panthers need another receiver and an offensive tackle, but they've ignored those positions before in the draft. They've spent a ton of time with Shaq Thompson and might view him as Thomas Davis' eventual replacement.


26. Baltimore Ravens - Phillip Dorsett - WR - Miami

5'10'' - 185 lbs - 4.33

Commish's Take: Joe Flacco would surely love having the speed of Steve Smith and Dorsett to throw to.


27. Dallas Cowboys - Stephone Anthony - LB - Clemson

6'3'' - 243 lbs - 4.56

Commish's Take: The Cowboys could go in many directions on defense, but Rod Marinelli might be in love with the freak athlete in Anthony. Sean Lee has durability issues and Rolando McClain can't be relied upon.


28. Denver Broncos - D.J. Humphries - OT - Florida

6'5'' - 307 lbs - 5.12

Commish's Take: With Gary Kubiak coming in, the Browns will look for athletic linemen that can excel in a zone blocking scheme. I think Humphries, Jake Fisher, and T.J. Clemmings are great fits here.


29. Indianapolis Colts - Damarious Randall - S - Arizona State

5'11'' - 198 lbs - 4.46

Commish's Take: The Colts need a safety that can create turnovers. Randall is getting play as the top playmaking safety in this draft.


30. Green Bay Packers - Arik Armstead - DE - Oregon

6'7'' - 292 lbs - 5.10

Commish's Take: Ted Thompson does an excellent job at getting value. Armstead is a potential pick, but that potential is through the roof.


31. New Orleans Saints - Dorial Green-Beckham - WR - Oklahoma

6'5'' - 237 lbs - 4.49

Commish's Take: Big time character concerns with DGB, but he has Calvin Johnson/Brandon Marshall ability.


32. New England Patriots - Byron Jones - CB - UCONN

6'1'' - 199 lbs - DNP

Commish's Take: Jones is a freak athlete who can play either safety or corner. My only concern is whether he is physical enough for Bill Belichick.


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