120 NFL Mock Draft: Picks No. 29 to No. 32

    120 NFL Mock Draft: Picks No. 29 to No. 32

    April 27, 2015

    120 Sports 2015 NFL Rough Draft
    No. 1 to No. 4 | No. 5 to No. 8 | No. 9 to No. 12 | No. 13 to No. 16
    No. 17 to No. 20 | No. 21 to No. 24 | No. 25 to No. 28 | No. 29 to No. 32

    @PeteFiutak’s Perfect Draft Pick

    29. Indianapolis

    Needs: Safety, Running Back, Offensive Tackle
    The Pick Should Be … SS Landon Collins, Alabama
    The Pick Will Be … RB Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin

    The Colts don’t have a glaring need at running back after bringing on Frank Gore, but Gordon would be a strong compliment to Andrew Luck if he’s somehow still around. The bigger problem is at safety – Collins would be the perfect fit at the right spot. He might not be a playmaker against the pass at the next level, but he’ll bring the thump.

    @PeteFiutak’s Perfect Draft Pick

    30. Green Bay

    Needs: Linebacker, Defensive Tackle, Tight End
    The Pick Should Be … TE Devin Funchess, Michigan
    The Pick Will Be … CB Byron Jones, Connecticut

    It’s not like Aaron Rodgers needs more star weapons, but bringing in a hybrid like Funchess, or tight end Maxx Williams, would be an instant fit. The defense could look at any pass rushers available, but finding cornerback help is a priority. Jones is the type of high-character prospect the franchise tends to build around.

    @PeteFiutak’s Perfect Draft Pick

    31. New Orleans from Seattle

    Needs: Linebacker, Tight End, Quarterback
    The Pick Should Be … DE/OLB Eli Harold, Virginia
    The Pick Will Be … TE Maxx Williams, Minnesota

    Assuming the Saints go with one of the high-profile hybrid end/linebackers early, this pick from the Seahawks in the Jimmy Graham trade will likely be for more offensive punch. Williams isn’t Graham by any stretch, but with an aging Drew Brees with just a few more good years left, finding a dangerous tight end works. Even so, the team needs as many defensive bodies if possible. If Harold is still there for the taking, they should go for it no matter what they do with their first pick.

    @PeteFiutak’s Perfect Draft Pick

    32. New England

    Needs: Wide Receiver, Defensive Tackle, Offensive Line
    The Pick Should Be … C/OT Cameron Erving, Florida State
    The Pick Will Be … OT T.J. Clemmings, Pitt

    In theory, this would be the place where New England goes for something special like a Dorial Green-Beckham or another type of shot for the moon-caliber selection. Instead, it’s going to be back to the lines where Clemmings will fill in the gaps up front until he’s ready to grow into an offensive tackle. The versatility of Erving would be a better fit, though.


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