2015 NFL Draft: April First-Round Mock Draft

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Jan 1, 2014; Tampa, Fl, USA; Iowa Hawkeyes offensive linesman Brandon Scherff (68) blocks against the LSU Tigers during the first half at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

9. player. 31. The Giants stick to improving the offensive line. Adding <a href=. Offensive Tackle. Iowa. Brandon Scherff

After the Rams acquired a new quarterback this offseason in <strong><a href=. Wide Receiver. West Virginia. Kevin White. 10. player. 51

60. The Vikings choose to invest in the offensive line and do so in fantastic fashion. Louisiana State offensive tackle <a href=. Offensive Tackle. LSU. La'el Collins. 11. player

53. The Browns are a mess in a lot of ways. Luckily their defense remains relatively solid, but the offense is a mess. They have no viable quarterback as of now, but do have a strong offensive line and a potentially effective guard game. Adding <a href=. Wide Receiver. Louisville. DeVante Parker. 12. player

Defensive End. Nebraska. Randy Gregory. 13. player. 15. This is an easy selection. The Saints have expressed wanting to improve their defense. They even traded <strong><a href=

14. player. 59. The Dolphins need playmakers on defense and Thompson could help in that regard. After trading <strong><a href=. Linebacker. Washington. Shaq Thompson

Trae Waynes. 15. player. 42. The 49ers offseason has been a disaster. Several parts have been purged while other pieces have retired. Their defense really needs to rebuild after they lost several key components including its coordinator. Adding <strong><a href=. Cornerback. Michigan State

16. player. 10. The Texans likely have more pressing needs such as wide receiver and linebacker, but let me make my case here. This year’s wide receiving class is highly talented, and most importantly, deep. The Texans could find a replacement for <strong><a href=. Defensive End. Oregon. Arik Armstead

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