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    2015 Draft - It's never too early



    With the 2014 Draft in the books, I figure now is as good a time as any to post my (very) early top-5 positional rankings for the 2015 draft.

    Some disclaimers: These are my personal rankings so far, based on what I've seen, whether it's on tape or watching games. You'll notice a lack of mid-major and small school prospects for that reason, and I feel better about players at positions with tape that's easier to find (QB, WR) than other positions (interior lineman).

    I'll start with Offense, and post my defensive rankings later today:

    QB
    1- Marcus Mariota, Oregon
    2- Jameis Winston, FSU
    3- Bryce Petty, Baylor
    4- Brent Hundley, UCLA
    5- Kevin Hogan, Stanford

    RB
    1- Todd Gurley, Georgia
    2- Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin
    3- TJ Yeldon, Alabama
    4- Keith Marshall, Georgia
    5- Mike Davis, South Carolina

    WR
    1- Amari Cooper, Alabama
    2- Stefon Diggs, Maryland
    3- Dorial Green-Beckham, Missouri
    4- Ty Montgomery, Stanford
    5- Nelson Agholor, USC

    TE
    1- Devin Funchess, Michigan
    2- Nick O'Leary, FSU
    3- Tyler Croft, Rutgers
    4- Clive Walford, Miami
    5- Ben Koyack, Notre Dame

    OT
    1- Cedric Ogbuehi, Texas A&M
    2- Andrus Peat, Stanford
    3- Cameron Erving, FSU
    4- Brandon Scherff, Iowa
    5- Spencer Drango, Baylor

    OG
    1- Isaac Seumalo, Oregon State
    2- Connor Hanratty, Notre Dame
    3- Tre Jackson, Florida State
    4- Laken Tomlinson, Duke
    5- Vadal Alexander, LSU

    C
    1- Hroniss Grasu, Oregon
    2- Austin Blythe, Iowa
    3- Mike Matthews , Texas A&M
    4- Nick Martin, Notre Dame
    5- Reese Dismukes, Auburn





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    Re: 2015 Draft - It's never too early

    Nice starting list. Main question on it,until we start playing games in the fall, is Green-Beckham. Will he even have a team next year?





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    Re: 2015 Draft - It's never too early

    Quote Originally Posted by ursula View Post
    Nice starting list. Main question on it,until we start playing games in the fall, is Green-Beckham. Will he even have a team next year?
    I'm not convinced he's done with Missouri. One would think if they were certain of maintaining the dismissal, they'd have granted his release by now. Regardless, I don't see any way he's not playing this fall.





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    Re: 2015 Draft - It's never too early

    Now, for my defensive rankings. Note that there will be some position overlap between DT/DE and DE/OLB, so I just put prospects in the position I thought best.

    DT
    1- Leonard Williams, USC
    2- Michael Bennett, Ohio State
    3- Ellis Mccarthy, UCLA
    4- Danny Shelton, Washington
    5- Grady Jarrett, Clemson

    DE
    1- Dante Fowler, Florida
    2- Randy Gregory, Nebraska
    3- Devonte Fields, TCU
    4- Mario Edwards, Florida State
    5- Shilique Calhoun, Michigan State

    OLB
    1- Vic Beasley, Clemson
    2- Jordan Jenkins, Georgia
    3- Norkeithus Otis, North Carolina
    4- Kyler Fackrell, Utah State
    5- Derick Malone, Oregon

    ILB
    1- Ramik Wilson, Georgia
    2- Denzel Perryman, Miami
    3- Stephone Anthony, Clemson
    4- Trey DePriest, Alabama
    5- AJ Johnson, Tennessee

    CB
    1- Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Oregon
    2- PJ Williams, Florida State
    3- Jalen Collins, LSU
    4- Trae Waynes, Michigan State
    5- Quandre Diggs, Texas

    S
    1- Landon Collins, Alabama
    2- Anthony Harris, UVA
    3- Kurtis Drummond, Michigan St
    4- Derron Smith, Fresno St
    5- Jordan Richards, Stanford





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    Re: 2015 Draft - It's never too early

    Who are the best ILBs, DTs, and Safetys? ... Bc





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    Re: 2015 Draft - It's never too early

    Quote Originally Posted by ursula View Post
    Nice starting list. Main question on it,until we start playing games in the fall, is Green-Beckham. Will he even have a team next year?
    Quote Originally Posted by Mizerooskie View Post
    I'm not convinced he's done with Missouri. One would think if they were certain of maintaining the dismissal, they'd have granted his release by now. Regardless, I don't see any way he's not playing this fall.
    He transferred to Eastern Illinois IIRC.
    Disclaimer: The content posted is of my own opinion.

    RIP #25





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    Re: 2015 Draft - It's never too early

    Quote Originally Posted by BcRaven View Post
    Who are the best ILBs, DTs, and Safetys? ... Bc
    AJ Johnson and Denzel PErryman are two guys that I really like at ILB.
    Disclaimer: The content posted is of my own opinion.

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