Thursday, April 30, 2015

2015 NFL Mock Draft Picks 26-32 End Of The First Round

26. Baltimore Ravens- Breshad Perriman, WR

The Ravens will be looking for an offensive weapon with one of their first couple of draft picks. The receiver position needs help; Torrey Smith has signed elsewhere, while Steve Smith turns 36 in May so he won't be around for long.

27. Dallas Cowboys- Jalen Collins, CB

The Cowboys desperately are in need for a new cornerback. Morris Claiborne has been a huge disappointment, while Brandon Carr is extremely overpaid. Dallas could target a potential upgrade at the end of the first round.

28. Denver Broncos- Cameron Erving, OT/G/C

Peyton Manning was playing on one leg to close out the season. His pass protection wasn't very good, and now it's worse because of Orlando Franklin's departure. The Broncos would be smart to make this adjustment so that Peyton Manning isn't banged around very much this upcoming season.

29. Indianapolis Colts- Landon Collins, S

The Colts don't exactly have the leagues best safety corps, as Dwight Lowery is just a disaster, while Mike Adams recently turned 34. They can certainly do better on the back end of their defense. Landon Collins, once projected to go top 10, might be a steal here.

30. Green Bay Packers- Eric Kendricks, ILB

The Packers will be extremely fortunate if Eric Kendricks drops to them at number thirty. Kendricks, the top inside linebacker in this draft class by a wide margin, would fill a huge need as he would allow Clay Matthews to play on the edge in 2015. Kendricks could be chosen by the Chiefs, Browns, Cardinals, Cowboys, Broncos and Colts. The Packers might have to trade up to address it's biggest hole.

31. New Orleans Saints- Phillip Dorsett, WR

Tony Pauline reported that Sean Payton was overheard gushing about Phillip Dorsett, remarking how well the Miami receiver would fit into their offense. I wouldn't even be surprised if he's chosen in the top 20.

32. New England Patriots- Eddie Goldman, DT

A receiver like Devin Smith is still in play for the Patriots, but they may have a tough time passing on a defensive tackle as talented as Eddie Goldman dropping to them at number 32. Considering Vince Wilfork's departure, and the fact that New England has other players at this position set to hit free agency next spring, Goldman makes a ton of sense if he's available.

Signing Off....



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