2015 NFL Draft: Top Prospects

NEPD Editor: James Christensen

Here are my Top 50 Prospects for the 2015 NFL Draft.

Edited 2/2/2015

1. Leonard Williams, DL, USC
2. Danny Shelton DT Washington
3. Marcus Mariota QB Oregon
4. Amari Cooper WR Alabama
5. Jameis Winston QB Florida State
6. Dante Fowler DE Florida
7. La-el Collins OT LSU
8. Brandon Scherff OT Iowa
9. Randy Gregory DE Nebraska
10. DeVante Parker WR Louisville
11. Shaq Thompson LB Washington
12. Kevin White WR West Virginia
13. Benardick McKinney LB Miss State
14. Landon Collins SS Alabama
15. Shane Ray DE Missouri
16. Alvin Dupree DE Kentucky
17. Eddie Goldman DT Florida State
18. Marcus Peters CB Washington
19. Todd Gurley RB Georgia
20. Andrus Peat OT Stanford
21. Brett Hundley QB UCLA
22. Cedric Ogbuhei OT Texas A&M
23. Arik Armstead DL Oregon
24. Jaelen Strong WR Arizona State
25. Malcom Brown DL Texas
26. TJ Clemmings OT Pittsburgh
27. Jordan Phillips DT Oklahoma
28. PJ Williams CB Florida State
29. Vic Beasley DE Clemson
30. Melvin Gordon RB Wisconsin
31. Josue Matias OL Florida State
32. Gerod Holliman FS Louisville
33. Devin Funchess WR Michigan
34. Maxx Williams TE Minnesota
35. Michael Bennett DL Ohio State
36. Nate Orchard DE/OLB Utah
37. Carl Davis DT Iowa
38. Quinten Rollins CB Miami (OH)
39. Denzel Perryman LB Miami
40. David Johnson RB Northern Iowa
41. Owa Odighizuwa DE UCLA
42. Ellis McCarthy DL UCLA
43. Phillip Dorsett WR Miami
44. Dorial Green-Beckham WR Oklahoma
45. Ereck Flowers OT Miami
46. Trae Wynes CB Michigan State
47. Sammie Coates WR Auburn
48. Trey Flowers DE Arkansas
49. Cam Erving OL Florida State
50. Devin Smith WR Ohio State

3 Responses to “2015 NFL Draft: Top Prospects”

  1. Donovan says:

    With all the two-back systems in the NFL and the pass-happy nature of the league I understand why Todd Gurley is only at 21. But he is hands down the most talented RB in college football since Darren McFadden. Don’t think guys like Agholor, Ekpre-Olomu, Cooper, or Green-Beckham are better pro prospects than Gurley.

  2. Rob says:

    Sorry to tell you but Green-Beckham goes to Eastern Illinois

  3. Dennis says:

    The fun part about early rankings is that every player is from top schools.

    In this ranking the 34 players is from Alabama, Oregon, Nebraska, Florida State, UCLA, Texas A&M, Stanford, Iowa, Michigan State, USC, Baylor, LSU, Mizzouri(Dorail Green-Beckham), Baylor, LSU, Goergia, Wisconsin, Michigan, Florida, Texas, Clemson and Ohio State.

    In the 2014-season 9-10 players came from schools not that is not quite a top school..

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