NFL Draft 2015 Results, Recaps: Full List Round-by-Round Picks, Grades, Trade Deals, Winners & Losers

NFL Draft 2015 Results, Recaps: Full List of Round-by-Round Picks, Grades, Trade Deals, Winners

The NFL Draft results will likely kill all the speculations and rumors amounting to continuous buzz. The Marcus Mariota finally ended just after he was drafted by the Tennessee Titans with other teams in pursuit of him. Philadelphia through Chip Kelly tried to lure Mariota by attempting to get the No. 1 pick from the Bucs and the No. 2 pick from the Titans, but both teams never hesitated in drafting Jameis Winston first and Mariota next.

Numbers of teams were in chase for Mariota, including the Jets, Browns, and Rams but of no avail. The Titans wanted a franchise quarterback and they believe that Mariota is the answer. They picked Mariota to stop the speculations. Meanwhile, there’s no surprises for Jacksonville Jaguars in selecting OLB Dante Fowler at No. 3. The Jaguars needed a defender and Fowler Jr. would be developed to help the team play better in defense.

Just as what was anticipated by many NFL mock drafts that came out, the best wide receiver in the class, Amari Cooper was selected by the Oakland Raiders. The Washington Redskins grabbed Brandon Scherff, not also a surprise, as the fifth pick. The longing of the NY Jets to have a wide receiver finally drafted Kevin White, the second best in the prospect. The St Louis Rams landed running back Todd Gurley.

Here is the recap at the 2015 NFL Draft first-round results and the updated order for the rest of the draft.

NFL Draft 2015 First Round Picks:

Tampa Bay Buccaneers – QB Jameis Winston, Florida State
Titans – QB Marcus Mariota, Oregon
Jacksonville Jaguars – OLB Dante Fowler Jr., Florida
Oakland Raiders – WR Amari Cooper, Alabama
Washington Redskins – OG Brandon Scherff, Iowa
New York Jets – DE Leonard Williams, USC
Chicago Bears – WR Kevin White, West Virginia
Atlanta Falcons – OLB/DE Vic Beasley, Clemson
New York Giants – OT Erick Flowers, Miami (FL)
St. Louis Rams – RB Todd Gurley, Georgia
Minnesota Vikings – CB Trae Williams, Michigan St.
Cleveland Browns – NT Danny Shelton, Washington
New Orleans Saints – OT Andrus Peat, Stanford
Miami Dolphins – WR Devante Parker, Louisville
San Diego Chargers – RB Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin
Houston Texans – CB Kevin Johnson, Wake Forest
San Francisco 49ers – DT Arik Armstead, Oregon
Kansas City Chiefs – CB Marcus Peters, Washington
Cleveland Browns – C Cameron Erving, Florida St.
Philadelphia Eagles – WR Nelson Agholor, USC
Cincinnati Bengals – OT Cedric Ogbuehi, Texas A&M
Pittsburgh Steelers – OLB Bud Dupree, Kentucky
Denver Broncos – DE Shane Ray, Missouri
Arizona Cardinals – OT D.J. Humphries, Florida
Carolina Panthers – OLB Shaw Thompson, Washington
Baltimore Ravens – WR Breshad Perriman, Central Florida
Dallas Cowboys – CB Byron Jones, Connecticut
Detroit Lions – OG Laken Tomlinson, Duke
Indianapolis Colts – WR Phillip Dorsett, Miami
Green Bay Packers – FS Demarious Randall, Arizona State
New Orleans Saints – ILB Stephone Anthony, Clemson
New England Patriots – DT Malcolm Brown, Texas
Second Round

33 New York Giants – S Landon Collins, Alabama
34 Tampa Bay Buccaneers – OL Donovan Smith, Penn State
35 Oakland Raiders – DL Mario Edwards Jr., Florida State
36 Jacksonville Jaguars – RB T.J. Yeldon, Alabama
37 New York Jets – WR Devin Smith, Ohio State
38 Washington – LB Preston Smith, Mississippi State
39 Chicago Bears – DT Eddie Goldman, Florida State
40 Tennessee Titans – WR Dorial Green-Beckham, Missouri
41 Carolina Panthers – WR Devin Funchess, Michigan
42 Atlanta Falcons – CB Jalen Collins, LSU
43 Houston Texans – LB Benardrick McKinney, Mississippi State
44 New Orleans Saints – OLB Hau’oli Kikaha, Washington
45 Minnesota Vikings – LB Eric Kendricks, UCLA
46 San Francisco 49ers – S Jaquiski Tartt, Samford
47 Philadelphia Eagles – DB Eric Rowe, Utah
48 San Diego Chargers – LB Denzel Perryman, Miami
49 Kansas City Chiefs – OL Mitch Morse, Missouri
50 Buffalo Bills – CB Ronald Darby, Florida State
51 Cleveland Browns – DE Nate Orchard, Utah
52 Miami Dolphins – NT Jordan Phillips, Oklahoma
53 Cincinnati Bengals OT Jake Fisher, Oregon
54 Detroit Lions – RB Ameer Abdullah, Nebraska
55 Baltimore Ravens – TE Maxx Williams, Minnesota
56 Pittsburgh Steelers – CB Senquez Golson, Ole Miss
57 St. Louis Rams – OT Rob Havenstein, Wisconsin
58 Arizona Cardinals – DE Markus Golden, Missouri
59 Denver Broncos – OT Ty Sambrailo, Colorado State
60 Dallas Cowboys – LB Randy Gregory, Nebraska
61 Tampa Bay Buccaneers – OL Ali Marpet, Hobart College
62 Green Bay Packers – CB Quinten Rollins, Miami (OH)
63 Seattle Seahawks – DE Frank Clark, Michigan
64 New England Patriots – SS Jordan Richards, Stanford
Third Round

65 Indianapolis Colts – CB D’Joun Smith, Florida Atlantic
66 Tennessee Titans – OL Jeremiah Poutasi, Utah
67 Jacksonville Jaguars – OL A.J. Cann, South Carolina
68 Oakland Raiders – TE Clive Walford, Miami
69 Seattle Seahawks – WR Tyler Lockett, Kansas State
70 Houston Texans – WR Jaelen Strong, Arizona State
71 Chicago Bears – C Hroniss Grasu, Oregon
72 St. Louis Rams – OT Jamon Brown, Louisville
73 Atlanta Falcons – RB Tevin Coleman, Indiana
74 New York Giants – DE Owamagbe Odighizuwa, UCLA
75 New Orleans Saints – QB Garrett Grayson, Colorado State
76 Kansas City Chiefs – WR Chris Conley, Georgia
77 Cleveland Browns – RB Duke Johnson, Miami
78 New Orleans Saints – CB P.J. Williams, Florida State
79 San Francisco 49ers – OLB Eli Harold, Virginia
80 Detroit Lions – CB Alex Carter, Stanford
81 Buffalo Bills – OG John Miller, Louisville
82 New York Jets – DE/OLB Lorenzo Mauldin, Louisville
83 San Diego Chargers – CB Craig Mager, Texas State
84 Philadelphia Eagles – LB Jordan Hicks, Texas
85 Cincinnati Bengals – TE Tyler Kroft, Rutgers
86 Arizona Cardinals – RB David Johnson, Northern Iowa
87 Pittsburgh Steelers – WR Sammie Coates, Auburn
88 Minnesota Vikings – DE Danielle Hunter, LSU
89 St. Louis Rams – QB Sean Mannion, Oregon State
90 Baltimore Ravens – DT Carl Davis, Iowa
91 Dallas Cowboys – OL Chaz Green, Florida
92 Denver Broncos – TE Jeff Heuerman, Ohio State
93 Indianapolis Colts – DE Henry Anderson, Stanford
94 Green Bay Packers – WR Ty Montgomery, Stanford
95 Washington – RB Matt Jones, Florida
96 New England Patriots – DT Xavier Cooper, Washington State
97 New England Patriots (comp.) – DE Geneo Grissom, DT Xavier Cooper
98 Kansas City Chiefs (comp.) – CB Steven Nelson, Oregon State
99 Cincinnati Bengals (comp.) – LB Paul Dawson, TCU

While the Dallas Cowboys were expected to land a running back in the first round, they ended up with CB Byron Jones from Connecticut. Seattle drafted a defender namely DE Frank Clark coming off from Michigan in the second round while the Net England Patriots picked Malcolm Brown in the first round.

Well, the center of all the NFL Draft 2015 stories hinged on Marcus Mariota. He is already at Tennessee.

According to NFL as per se:

The Green Bay Packerson Saturday swung a deal with the Patriots to move up 19 spots from No. 166 to No. 147 overall to select UCLA’s Brett Hundley. To make the deal, the Packers also shipped their seventh-rounder (No. 247) to New England.

Instead of being thrust into a competition under center, Hundley will learn behind the finest quarterback in football in Aaron Rodgers. While Hundley has a shot to jump Matt Blanchard, it’s worth noting that Green Bay has always liked backup Scott Tolzien.

“He’s so far from being a consistent quarterback,” NFL Media’s Mike Mayock said Saturday of Hundley, talking about the 6-foot-3 signal-caller as a player whose tape was outstanding one week before falling off a cliff the next.

What a great move from the Packers. Hundley might be the future of the Green Bay Packers.

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