2015 NFL Mock Draft 2.0: Round 5
With the 2015 Combine finished and Pro Days starting this week, I figured it was time for another mock draft. If you want to check out Mock 1.0, click the link. With free agency starting next week and some huge trades already in the works, team needs and these picks may change drastically by version 3.0. Links to earlier rounds are below:
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129.) Minnesota Vikings – DE Marcus Golden, Missouri
Dropped due to a slow 40-time and stiff drill performance, but has been an effective pass rusher in college and could become a solid base end in the Vikes 4-3 scheme.
130.) Tennessee Titans – RB Mike Davis, South Carolina
Last year’s rookie RB Bishop Sankey was a disappointment, but it’s too early to give up on a guy with 2nd round skills. What the Titans could use is a replacement for power back Shonn Greene who probably doesn’t belong on an NFL roster anymore. Davis has day 2 talent, but injuries have slowed him up the last season and a half. If he ever gets healthy he could be a steal this late, but worst case should provide a solid between-the-tackles back.
131.) Jacksonville Jaguars – S Kurtis Drummond, Michigan St
The Jags need an upgrade at free safety over Josh Evans and just need more overall talent in the secondary. If they can’t find one in free agency, Drummond is polished enough to play as a rookie and could develop into a solid starter in a season or two.
132.) Oakland Raiders – DT Tyeler Davison, Fresno St
The Raiders need some youth and depth at the DT position and Davison has the potential to be at least a solid rotational player. Despite limited athleticism, Davison was very productive in college. The question will be whether he can do it at the NFL level, but I think he may surprise and earn a starting gig before the end of his rookie contract.
133.) Washington Redskins – OG Trenton Brown, Florida
Another massive lineman for Jay Gruden’s Redskins. Brown is one of the biggest players in this draft class, but has surprising athleticism. If he can clean up his technique and give a consistent effort he could be an above-average starter.