Since head coach Dan Mullen arrived at Mississippi State, the Bulldogs have produced at least one NFL draft pick each of the last five years, including six top-100 selections over that span. That streak will be extended another year with the 2015 class and likely make it eight top-100 picks in the Mullen era with defensive end Preston Smith and linebacker Benardrick McKinney projected as top-60 draft selections.
The 2015 NFL Draft class is loaded with talent and has been a fun crop of talent to study. And like every evaluator, I came away with a few personal favorites at each position, players that I would pound the table for on draft weekend.
NFLDraftScout.com publisher Frank Cooney wraps up his position series with a granular review of a QB class with more questions than NFL-ready answers, including Florida State's Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota of Oregon.
Everyone knows about Dante Fowler and D.J. Humphries but who are the "other" Gators expected to be selected in next week's draft? Fortunately, for incoming head coach Jim McElwain, the cupboard is hardly bare with returning All-American cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III looking like a future first round pick, as well.
The Seattle Seahawks sent their first-round pick to the New Orleans Saints for TE Jimmy Graham, but with 11 overall picks in the 2015 NFL Draft, there is plenty left for the franchise to make a splash.
The Tennessee Titans hold a lot of cards in the 2015 NFL Draft. How Ruston Webster and coach Ken Whisenhunt play them could depend on how many suitors knock with trade offers for the No. 2 overall pick. Based on visits, edge rushers and wide receivers are the preferred pick in Nashville.