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With teams like the Raiders and Jaguars recently investing high picks in a quarterback, the No. 1 overall selection in the 2015 NFL Draft could be an offensive or defensive lineman.
The Raiders and Jaguars look terrible early and top's revised selection order for the 2015 draft. Investments last May in quarterbacks Blake Bortles and Derek Carr, could have the franchises looking first to positions other than quarterback. That didn't stop three QBs from making the top 10 in this mock draft, though.
Another Heisman-like effort from Todd Gurley wasn't enough for the Bulldogs to beat South Carolina in Columbus as the Gamecocks were powered by an offensive line full of NFL prospects and a breakout performance from tight end Rory Anderson, who could be leaping up draft boards after a career-high five receptions.
East Carolina pulled off a stunning win over the Hokies in Blacksburg despite its top NFL prospect, Justin Hardy, being limited to just four catches on 11 targets, matching his lowest output since 2011.
Dark horse Heisman candidate Taysom Hill made the splashy plays but fellow junior Jamaal Williams may have made the stronger impression on NFL scouts as the duo combined for 299 rushing yards and all four of BYU's touchdowns in Thursday night's victory over Houston.
An in-depth look at the premier NFL prospects to watch in the top college football match-ups this weekend
Marcus Mariota still sits at No. 1. Leonard Williams leads a group of elite D-linemen. Meanwhile, UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley's frustrating tendencies is hurting his stock for the upcoming 2015 draft.
From top high school recruit to Oregon to the FCS level, Bennett has had an interesting football path up to this point, but he doesn't hide from his experiences. For this week's Meet the Prospect, he discusses his unconventional journey, his relationship with Marcus Mariota and Chip Kelly and how he thinks he projects to the NFL.
A look at NFL prospects who helped themselves this past weekend and a few who might have hurt themselves along with other NFL Draft notes from week two of college football
Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota and USC defensive lineman Leonard Williams helped lead their teams to monumental victories over the weekend and might be the top two prospects drafted next spring
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2015 QB rankings
11. *Marcus Mariota
6-4, 215, Oregon
22. *Jameis Winston
6-4, 235, Florida State
33. *Brett Hundley
6-3, 227, UCLA
44. *Kevin Hogan
6-4, 228, Stanford
55. *Connor Cook
6-4, 220, Michigan State
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