2015 NFL Mock Draft

- Updated: Friday, January 16th

Below is the 2015 NFL Mock Draft from Kevin Hanson.

1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Draft History):
Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon
Although the NFL Draft is more than three months away, it appears that the Bucs will select a quarterback with the first overall pick. Over the next three months, however, there will plenty of debate on whether it should be Mariota or Florida State's Jameis Winston as that pick.

If the decision were purely based on the field, the selection would almost certainly be Winston. And while the pick still may be Winston, there are plenty of questions about his maturity off the field. With Mariota, there are absolutely no questions about his character.

There will naturally be some questions about Mariota's ability to transition from Oregon's spread offense to a pro-style system, however. That said, Mariota possesses good size, a strong arm to stretch the field and difference-making mobility for the position in addition to impeccable intangibles.

Over the course of his collegiate career, Mariota threw for 10,796 yards, rushed for 2,237 yards and accounted for 136 touchdowns -- 105 passing, 29 rushing and two receiving -- with only 14 interceptions.

2. Tennessee Titans (Draft History):
Jameis Winston, QB, Florida State
Media reports suggest that the Titans could go in a different direction assuming that they believe ex-LSU quarterback Zach Mettenberger could be their long-term solution -- or at least get a chance to try to prove that he's their long-term solution at the position.

Winston has all of the tools to be a franchise-changing quarterback -- size, strong arm, accuracy, football intelligence, on-the-field leadership, etc. Although he lost his final collegiate game, Winston helped lead the Seminoles to wins in 26 of 27 games.

3. Jacksonville Jaguars (Team Draft History):
Leonard Williams, DL, USC
Drawing a ton of favorable comparisons to players like J.J. Watt, Gerald McCoy and Richard Seymour, Williams is a disruptive force along the line of the scrimmage. While defensive line may be one of the relative strengths of the Jaguars, Williams is arguably the top prospect in this year's draft class.

4. Oakland Raiders (Draft History):
Amari Cooper, WR, Alabama
The Raiders have found their quarterback of the future with last year's second-round pick Derek Carr, but one of their focuses in free agency and/or the draft should be to improve the weapons around him. As Alabama's first Biletnikoff winner in school history, Cooper finished with 124 receptions for 1,727 yards and 16 touchdowns, all of which ranked first or second in the nation this season.

5. Washington Redskins (Draft History):
Randy Gregory, DE, Nebraska
Outside linebackers Brian Orakpo and Ryan Kerrigan are set for unrestricted free agency in 2015 and 2016, respectively. If they are unable to re-sign one or both, adding a difference maker like Gregory would make a ton of sense here. Either way, you'll never hear a general manager complain of having too many talented pass-rushers.

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1.Houston TexansJ. Clowney, S. Car.
2.St. Louis RamsG. Robinson, Auburn
3.Jacksonville JaguarsB. Bortles, UCF
4.Buffalo BillsS. Watkins, Clemson
5.Oakland RaidersK. Mack, Buffalo
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1.Cleveland CavaliersA. Wiggins, Kansas
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4.Orlando MagicA. Gordon, Arizona
5.Utah JazzD. Exum, Australia
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