2015 NFL Draft: Top Prospects

NEPD Editor: James Christensen

Here are my Top 32 Prospects for the 2015 NFL Draft.

1. Marcus Mariota QB Oregon
2. Cedric Ogbuhei OT Texas A&M
3. Brandon Scherff OT Iowa
4. Jameis Winston QB Florida State
5. Andrus Peat OT Stanford
6. Ifo Ekpre-Olomu CB Oregon
7. Dante Fowler DE Florida
8. Brett Hundley QB UCLA
9. Cameron Erving OT Florida State
10. Amari Cooper WR Alabama
11. Leonard Williams, DL, USC
12. La-el Collins OT LSU
13. Nelson Agholor WR USC
14. Todd Gurley RB Georgia
15. P.J. Williams CB Florida State
16. Bryce Petty QB Baylor
17. Dorial Green-Beckham WR Oklahoma
18. Melvin Gordon RB Wisconsin
19. Shilique Calhoun DE Michigan State
20. Mario Edwards Jr. DE Florida State
21. Tre Jackson OG Florida State
22. Noah Spence DE/OLB Ohio State
23. Devin Funches TE Michigan
24. Landon Collins SS Alabama
25. Randy Gregory DE Nebraska
26. Ronald Darby CB Florida State
27. Carl Davis DT Iowa
28. Spencer Drango OT Baylor
29. Jaleen Strong WR Arizona State
30. Tyler Johnstone OT Oregon
31. Shawn Oakman DE Baylor
32. Arik Armstead DT Oregon

Notable Omissions: Vic Beasley DE Clemson, Rashad Greene CB Florida State, Doran Grant CB Ohio State, Cedric Reed DE Texas

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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