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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers possess the No. 1 overall pick of the 2015 NFL Draft. For now, Oregon's Marcus Mariota appears to be the favorite to be their choice. If Jameis Winston performs well on and off the field over the coming months, however, it could be the former and not the latter Heisman Trophy winner who ultimately hears his name called first on draft day.
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The week 17 early games are in the books and the top-three picks for the 2015 NFL Draft are set. With the loss to New Orleans, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will pick No. 1 next spring followed by the Tennessee Titans at No. 2 and the Jacksonville Jaguars at No. 3
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NFL scouts were the ones in a celebratory mood after watching the Holiday Bowl, which featured Southern Cal's Leonard Williams and Nebraska's Randy Gregory, arguably the elite prospects in college football.
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Productive and reportedly playing in their final collegiate games, Mike Davis and Duke Johnson deserve top billing. There were several other NFL prospects who enjoyed strong performances in the Independence Bowl, however.
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The South Carolina running back had a mediocre junior season, but the talent is evident to a be a dynamic back in the NFL if he stays focused and performs up to his potential
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With 16 weeks in the books, the Tennessee Titans currently own the No. 1 overall pick. But with a loss in week 17 by Tampa Bay and the Buccaneers will pick first in the 2015 NFL Draft
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With hopes of hearing his name called in the first round, Strong adds his name to an already strong 2015 class of wide receiver prospects
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For just the second time since the league reformatted the playoffs, a divisional winner will qualify for the postseason with a sub-.500 record. That club (currently projected to be the Carolina Panthers) will pick no lower than No. 21. The other three teams -- Tampa Bay, Atlanta and New Orleans -- will 'earn' a top-10 selection with the Bucs a possibility for the No. 1 overall pick.
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While several teams are hoping to lock up a playoff spot in Week 17, the Buccaneers and Titans are fighting for the No. 1 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft -- two teams who could select quarterbacks
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Ajayi, one of the most productive running backs in college football, announced on Sunday that he intends to leave Boise State early for the 2015 NFL Draft
 

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