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NFL teams that missed out on a talented 2015 crop of pass rushers could have one final opportunity to land a rookie with the 6-foot-5, 238 pound Caldwell taking steps to make himself eligible for the 2015 Supplemental Draft. The well-traveled Caldwell dominated the Gulf South Conference last year, recording 18.5 tackles for loss and 12 sacks.
Despite only 11 total draft picks since 2010, Oklahoma State has been well represented in the first round over that span and could return to the top-32 picks in the 2016 NFL Draft with junior pass rusher Emmanuel Ogbah
Nate Orchard -- the reigning defensive end of the year in college football -- and No. 12 overall selection Danny Shelton are big reasons why the Browns could be on the verge of big things.
The Sooners lose a handful of starters from last year's defense, but return several dynamic playmakers on that side of the ball, led by senior pass rusher Eric Striker, who led Oklahoma in tackles for loss (17) and sacks (nine) in 2014.
After falling completely out of the 2012 draft, Vontaze Burfict has emerged as one of the most feared middle linebackers in the NFL. He's coming off microfracture surgery, however, which could open the door for another talented but troubled linebacker to seize the spotlight.
Some scouts thought that the deepest and most gifted position in the 2015 NFL draft was at running back. Former Southern Cal star Buck Allen could be proof he's expected to pay immediate dividends for the Ravens despite the fact that he was the 12th running back selected.
Kansas State has produced at least one NFL Draft pick every year dating back to 1994, an active streak that is longer than Ohio State, Alabama and several other FBS powerhouse programs.
While addressing the club's biggest area of concern in the second round rather than the first took some by surprise, new GM Scot McCloughan and head coach Jay Gruden could get the last laugh with talented edge rusher Preston Smith looking like an ideal complement at outside linebacker to Ryan Kerrigan.
As Kansas begins a new era with head coach David Beaty, the Jayhawks have a very young roster and don't have any All-Conference players returning to Lawrence. There will be a few seniors for NFL scouts to track this season, but the bulk of Kansas' talent won*t be in the 2016 class
Say what you will about Chip Kelly; he knows how to score points and has a better grasp on the talent coming out of the Pac-12 than perhaps any other head coach in the NFL. That is a recipe that could help his prized first round pick, Nelson Agholor, enjoy a splashy debut season in the NFC East.
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