NFL Network Analyst Mike Mayock Unveils First & Only 2015 NFL Mock Draft

Jameis Winston Goes No. 1 Overall to Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Heisman Trophy Winner Marcus Mariota Goes No. 2 to Tennessee Titans

NFL Network Provides Live First Round Coverage of 2015 NFL Draft Thursday at 8:00 PM ET

NFL Network’s NFL Draft expert Mike Mayock unveiled his first and only mock draft of the year tonight on Mayock’s 2015 Mock Draft on NFL Network, alongside host Chris Rose.

Provided below is Mayock’s 2015 Mock Draft:

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Jameis Winston, Florida State (QB)
  2. Tennessee Titans – Marcus Mariota, Oregon (QB)
  3. Jacksonville Jaguars – Dante Fowler Jr., Florida (OLB)
  4. Oakland Raiders – Amari Cooper, Alabama (WR)
  5. Washington Redskins – Leonard Williams, USC (DE)
  6. New York Jets – Kevin White, West Virginia (WR)
  7. Chicago Bears – Trae Waynes, Michigan State (CB)
  8. Atlanta Falcons – Bud Dupree, Kentucky (OLB)
  9. New York Giants – Brandon Scherff, Iowa (OG)
  10. St. Louis Rams – Ereck Flowers, Miami (OT)
  11. Minnesota Vikings – DeVante Parker, Louisville (WR)
  12. Cleveland Browns – Danny Shelton, Washington (NT)
  13. New Orleans Saints – Vic Beasley, Clemson (OLB)
  14. Miami Dolphins – Kevin Johnson, Wake Forest (CB)
  15. San Francisco 49ers – Arik Armstead, Oregon (DE)
  16. Houston Texans – Breshad Perriman, Central Florida (WR)
  17. San Diego Chargers – Todd Gurley, Georgia (RB)
  18. Kansas City Chiefs – Cameron Irving, Florida State (C)
  19. Cleveland Browns – Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin (RB)
  20. Philadelphia Eagles – Damarious Randall, Arizona State (S)
  21. Cincinnati Bengals – Malcom Brown, Texas (DT)
  22. Pittsburgh Steelers – Byron Jones, Connecticut (CB)
  23. Detroit Lions – Andrus Peat, Stanford (OT)
  24. Arizona Cardinals – D.J. Humphries, Florida (OT)
  25. Carolina Panthers – T.J. Clemmings, Pittsburgh (OT)
  26. Baltimore Ravens – Marcus Peters, Washington (CB)
  27. Dallas Cowboys – Landon Collins, Alabama (S)
  28. Denver Broncos – Jake Fisher, Oregon (OT)
  29. Indianapolis Colts – Cedric Ogbuehi, Texas A&M (OT)
  30. Green Bay Packers – Denzel Perryman, Miami (ILB)
  31. New Orleans Saints – Dorial Green-Beckham, Oklahoma (WR)
  32. New England Patriots – Randy Gregory, Nebraska (DE)

NFL Network provides 53 hours of live draft coverage from Chicago Thursday, April 30 – Saturday, May 2. Live first round coverage of the 2015 NFL Draft kicks off Thursday at 8:00 PM ET, followed by coverage of the Rounds 2 and 3 Friday at 7:00 PM ET and Rounds 4-7 Saturday at 12 Noon ET.

Provided below are NFL Network’s coverage teams for the 2015 NFL Draft:

Thursday, April 30 at 8:00 PM ET (Round 1)

Main Set (Inside Desk): Rich Eisen, Mike Mayock, Steve Mariucci, Stanford head coach David Shaw

Outside Desk: Chris Rose, Marshall Faulk, Kurt Warner, Michael Irvin

Perch Inside: Charles Davis, Daniel Jeremiah

Insider: Ian Rapoport

Onstage: Deion Sanders

Backstage: Melissa Stark

Friday, May 1 at 7:00 PM ET (Rounds 2-3)

Main Set (Inside Desk): Rich Eisen, Mike Mayock, Charles Davis, Texas head coach Charlie Strong

Outside Desk: Chris Rose, Daniel Jeremiah, LaDainian Tomlinson, Brian Billick

Insider: Ian Rapoport

Greenroom/Stage: Melissa Stark

Saturday, May 2 at 12 Noon ET (Rounds 4-7)

Main Set (Outside Desk): Rich Eisen, Mike Mayock, Charles Davis, Daniel Jeremiah

Draft Town: Melissa Stark, Northwestern University head coach Pat Fitzgerald, University of Arkansas head coach Bret Bielema

Insider: Ian Rapoport

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