2015 NFL Mock Draft 4.0 – Round 5

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With two weeks to go before the draft, it’s time for my 2nd to last mock draft. With free agency pretty much wrapped up, team needs are fairly static at this point so there may not be much difference between my last two mocks barring any significant trades, off-field arrests or news of more failed drug tests from the combine.

As for our Bears, they have been active both early in free agency and on the second-tier market. They added depth at a number of thin positions, giving them more flexibility in the draft and allowing them to use the “best player available” strategy which may not have been an option with some many glaring holes on the defensive side of the ball.

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If you want to check out previous versions, here are mocks 1.02.0, and 3.0. As usual, if you have any complaints or advice about my picks let me know on Twitter or in the comment section.

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2015 NFL Mock Draft 4.0- Round 5

Round 5

137.) Minnesota Vikings – TE Nick O’Leary, Florida St

TE Kyle Rudolph has TE1 talent, but can’t seem to stay healthy. The Vikes don’t have much depth behind him and O’Leary has shown the ability to be a reliable intermediate receiver with soft hands and a knack for making clutch plays.

138.) Tennessee Titans – RB Cameron Artis-Payne, Auburn

An immediate upgrade over RB Shonn Greene as the power back complement to last year’s 2nd round pick Bishop Sankey. Artis-Payne runs well between the tackles with enough wiggle to make people miss in the open field. It’s a very deep RB class, in most drafts a guy with Artis-Payne’s talent would have been gone a round or two earlier.

139.) Jacksonville Jaguars – T Rob Havenstein, Wisconsin

The Jags need to do a better job opening rushing lanes and protecting QB Blake Bortles. Havenstein excels as a run blocker and is a more effective pass blocker than advertised, even if his technique is ugly at times.

140.) Oakland Raiders – MLB Taiwan Jones, Michigan St

The Raiders have two young promising OLBs, but a big hole at MLB. Jones isn’t fast enough to be a sideline-to-sideline guy, but he could be a run stopping force between the hashes which is all the Raiders need with Mack and Moore on the edges.

141.) Washington Redskins – G Trenton Brown, Florida

Jay Gruden likes big, powerful O-linemen and they don’t get much bigger than Brown at 6’8, 340. He’s got the agility to possibly play right tackle, but his best spot is probably inside at guard.