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If the Buccaneers decide that Jameis Winston's off-field issues are a result of immature decisions that will develop over time, Tampa should draft him No. 1 overall and keep him in the state of Florida.
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Jameis Winston may come up with plenty of off-field concerns but in a division boasting the likes of Drew Brees, Matt Ryan and Cam Newton, Tampa Bay doesn't have much choice but to gamble on the best quarterback in the draft.
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The Titans at No. 2 would have a chance to draft the quarterback who doesn't go first overall. However, Tennessee might elect to stick with Zach Mettenberger as the 2015 starter and address another need area.
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Scouts willing to stay up late were treated to one of the day's top one-on-one showdowns with Arizona State wideout Jaelen Strong getting the best of Washington cornerback Marcus Peters. The matchup between two likely future first-rounders was exciting, but so too was the versatility shown by two other highly regarded Huskies.
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Quarterbacks Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston may be the headliners but a strong class of defensive linemen could prove the real story of the 2015 NFL draft. With the NFL and NCAA seasons under way, Senior Analyst Rob Rang projects what may happen in the first round.
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Too early for a 2015 Mock Draft? Of course. But regardless of the calendar date, it's an interesting exercise to preview the prospects viewed as possible first round draft picks
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Sure, there is a whole season of NFL and college football action left to determine what will happen in the 2015 draft, but given a projected selection order (including a Super Bowl XLVIII rematch), here is how NFLDraftScout.com Senior Analyst Rob Rang envisions the first 32 picks going.
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NFLDraftScout.com Senior Analyst Rob Rang unveils the top 32 collegiate prospects potentially eligible for the 2015 NFL draft.
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BYU and Washington will fight hunger the only way they know how: by playing a football game.
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In his Pac-12 preview, Jerry Hinnen says while Oregon is the favorite over Stanford in the North, the battle in the South will be between three teams.
 

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