2015 NFL Draft: April First-Round Mock Draft

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Feb 23, 2015; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide defensive back Landon Collins runs in a workout drill during the 2015 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Safety. Alabama. Landon Collins. 17. player. 13. Safeties aren’t always readily found and after <strong><a href=

player. 124. <strong><a href=. Cornerback. LSU. Jalen Collins. 18

53. The Browns continue to build their offense and make things easier for whoever is under center. After adding DeVante Parker at 12, the Browns now add the draft’s best tight end <strong><a href=. Tight end. Minnesota. Maxx Williams. 19. player

Cornerback. Washington. Marcus Peters. 20. player. 54. The Eagles’ passing defense was pretty awful last year. It also doesn’t help that they lost <strong><a href=

Sep 6, 2014; Gainesville, FL, USA; Florida Gators offensive linesman D.J. Humphries (70) works out prior to the game against the Eastern Michigan Eagles at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Florida. D.J. Humphries. 21. player. 56. The Bengals have pretty much removed all pressing needs this offseason after a surprising active, and productive, free agency. The tight end position is likely the most deficient at this point, but blocking tight ends can be found in later rounds; also, Maxx Williams is off the board, which removes that option even if they considered it. <p>The Bengals instead choose to invest in a tackle of the future, as both of their current tackles are free agents in 2016. The Bengals will consider several prospects such as Andrus Peat and Ereck Flowers, but Florida tackle <strong><a href=. Offensive Tackle

player. 55. The Steelers will continue rebuilding their defense this year. They could add talent to pretty much any defensive position, but with all the pass rushers off the board, as well as the draft’s best 3-4 defensive end, the Steelers focus on their secondary. <p><strong><a href=. Cornerback. Wake Forest. Kevin Johnson. 22

player. 50. In previous mocks, I’ve selected a running back for the Lions. This remains a viable option. Regardless of the selection, the Lions should add someone who’ll improve the offense as a whole and what better way than to take some of the load off of <strong><a href=. Offensive Tackle. Pittsburgh. T.J. Clemmings. 23

player. 32. Losing <strong><a href=. Defensive Tackle. Florida State. Eddie Goldman. 24

Next: Selections 25-32

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