2016 NFL Mock Draft: Pre-Combine

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Apr 30, 2015; Chicago, IL, USA; A general view of the stage before the 2015 NFL Draft at the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports
Apr 30, 2015; Chicago, IL, USA; A general view of the stage before the 2015 NFL Draft at the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports /
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Sep 4, 2015; Kalamazoo, MI, USA; Michigan State Spartans offensive tackle Jack Conklin (74) walks off the field during the 1st half of a game against the Western Michigan Broncos at Waldo Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports
Sep 4, 2015; Kalamazoo, MI, USA; Michigan State Spartans offensive tackle Jack Conklin (74) walks off the field during the 1st half of a game against the Western Michigan Broncos at Waldo Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports /

As the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year, DeForest Buckner is a 6-foot-7 monster off the defensive line. His 0.5 sacks, 17 tackles for a loss, and 83 total tackles are a great argument not only for a first round pick, but also a top 10 pick. At the 11th pick of the draft the Chicago Bears would get a value pick up drafting Buckner. The Chicago Bears ranked 22nd in sacks and 30th in forced fumbles, Buckner could help rebound a struggling defense.. Defensive End. Oregon. DeForest Buckner. 11. player. 57

A'Shawn Robinson. 12. player. 15. The New Orleans Saints struggled to get sacks on defense, finishing 25th in the nfl. A’Shawn Robinson is sure to help change their pass rushing woes. Robinson had three and a half sacks in 2015, two pass deflections, and 46 total tackles. His 6-foot-4 size and frame gives him the potential to be dominate inside the trenches. New Orleans struggled for the second straight season and allowed 25.5 points a game on defense. If they want to keep up with Carolina and Atlanta, they will need a boost and Robinson could provide that.. Defensive Tackle. Alabama

13. player. 54. Jack Conklin played a large part in Michigan State’s run to the BCS National Playoff’s. <a href=. Offensive Tackle. Michgan State. Jack Conklin

Clemson. Mackensie Alexander. 14. player. 28. One of the few sophomores in this years draft class, but shows a ton of promise. Mackensie Alexander will bring speed and raw coverage skills to the Raiders. In 2015, he allowed no touchdowns and just under 30% of all passes to be completed, that were thrown in his direction. The Raiders ranked 15th in the NFL in passing touchdowns allowed and with <strong><a href=. Cornerback

Memphis. Paxton Lynch. 15. player. 51. We saw <strong><a href=. Quarterback

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