2015 NFL Draft: Stripe Hype’s Final First Round Mock

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Jameis Winston seems to be a lock as the first pick in this year’s NFL Draft. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-USA TODAY Sports

1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

48. The Bucs need a QB that can lead there young team to the playoffs and beyond. Mike Glennon apparently isn’t what they are looking for and having two big WRs on the outside, they select the best pure pocket passer in this year’s NFL draft. Off the field concerns had them thinking longer then normal, but ultimately they selected Winston number one overall.. Quarterback. Florida State. Jameis Winston. 1. player

2. Cleveland Browns (from Titans)

If at first you don’t succeed, try or in this case, draft, draft and draft again. The Browns give up the farm to move up to the number two overall pick to select another QB. Mariota is a big, fast and athletic QB that is going to be the hardest worker in that locker room from day one. As long as he can get under center and succeed from there, giving up as much as they did won’t look near as bad.. Quarterback. Oregon. Marcus Mariota. 2. player. 53

3. Jacksonville Jaguars

52. The best pure route runner in this year’s NFL draft, he also is the most pro ready. If Justin Blackmon wasn’t suspended I doubt this pick happens, but he is and they need to get Blake Bortles some help. Cooper will step in from day one and be a solid pro and great receiver,. Wide Receiver. Alabama. Amari Cooper. 3. player

4. Oakland Raiders

Southern California. Leonard Williams. 4. player. 28. Williams is the best defensive player in this NFL draft regardless of position. He play a one gap or two gap and play in a 3-4 or a 4-3. He is going to be a great player and playing in front of Khalil Mack will make that defense a lot more scary.. Defensive Tackle

5. Washington Redskins

6. New York Jets

player. 30. There most likely won’t be a better fit for a team than Beasley going to the Jets. Having what will most likely be one of the better secondaries in the NFL, Beasley is going to have a lot of chances to capitalize on “coverage sacks,” which means that the QB is going to be holding onto the ball a lot longer than normal because of the secondary locking down on receivers.. Linebacker. Clemson. Vic Beasley. 6

7. Chicago Bears

Defensive End. Missouri. Shane Ray. 7. player. 57. This may be a lot higher than where he ends up, but I can’t talk myself into letting this talented of a player drop more than this. Hopefully he cleans his act up and fulfills his potential in the NFL, because he has a good chance to be a superstar.

8. Atlanta Falcons

44. Dupree is a pick that is based more on what he could be rather than what he was in college; he’s big, he’s fast, and he’s strong. We will see if he can translate his game to the next level.. Defensive End. Kentucky. Alvin Dupree. 8. player

Next: Selections 9-16