2015 NFL Draft Top 50 Prospects
RankGradeRoundNameSchoolPosYear
11stMarcus MariotaOregonQB4Jr
21stLeonard WilliamsUSCDT3Jr
31stAmari CooperAlabamaWR3Jr
41stJameis WinstonFlorida StateQB3So
51stDante Fowler Jr.FloridaOLB3Jr
61stBrandon ScherffIowaT5Sr
71stRandy GregoryNebraskaDE4Jr
81stAlvin DupreeKentuckyDE5Sr
91stAndrus PeatStanfordT3Jr
101stShane RayMissouriDE4Jr
111stKevin WhiteWest VirginiaWR4Sr
121stVic BeasleyClemsonOLB5Sr
131stDanny SheltonWashingtonDT4Sr
141stDeVante ParkerLouisvilleWR4Sr
151stLandon CollinsAlabamaS4Sr
161stTrae WaynesMichigan StateCB4Jr
171stShaq ThompsonWashingtonOLB3Jr
181stMalcom BrownTexasDT3Jr
191stMelvin GordonWisconsinRB4Jr
201stJordan PhillipsOklahomaDT3So
211stCarl DavisIowaDT5Sr
221-2T.J. ClemmingsPittsburghT5Sr
232ndTodd GurleyGeorgiaRB3Jr
241-2La'el CollinsLSUG4Sr
251-2Owamagbe OdighizuwaUCLADE5Sr
262ndSammie CoatesAuburnWR4Jr
271-2Eddie GoldmanFlorida StateDT3Jr
281-2Marcus PetersWashingtonCB4Jr
292ndDevin SmithOhio StateWR4Sr
301stDevin FunchessMichiganTE3Jr
311stIfo Ekpre-OlomuOregonCB4Sr
321-2Danielle HunterLSUDE3Jr
331-2Benardrick McKinneyMississippi StateOLB4Jr
342ndP.J. WilliamsFlorida StateCB3Jr
351-2Arik ArmsteadOregonDE3Jr
362ndJay AjayiBoise StateRB4Jr
372ndDaryl WilliamsOklahomaT5Sr
382-3Paul DawsonTCUOLB4Sr
392ndEreck FlowersMiami-FlT3Jr
402ndQuinten RollinsMiami-OhCB5Sr
412ndTyler SambrailoColorado StateT5Sr
422ndKevin JohnsonWake ForestCB5Sr
432ndNate OrchardUtahOLB4Sr
442ndAmeer AbdullahNebraskaRB4Sr
452ndChris HackettTCUS4Jr
462ndDenzel PerrymanMiami-FlILB4Sr
472ndCedric OgbuehiTexas A&MT5Sr
482ndDuke JohnsonMiami-FlRB3Jr
492ndBenjamin BennettOhio StateDT4Sr
502ndJaelen StrongArizona StateWR4Jr


Grading
6.0 to 4.90
Potential Franchise Player - Perennial All-Pro potential, a high First Round Pick and a player with the talent to change the course of a game.
4.89 to 3.99
Expected 1st Round pick and a prospect with the ability to break into a starting line-up during the early portion of his rookie campaign. Comes with the ability to produce at his position for a long while in the NFL.
3.98 to 3.78
Prospect who has ability to contribute from the get go and see starting action during his rookie season.
3.77 to 3.60
Quality early-to-mid round prospect with the ability to contribute as a rookie and offers a large degree of upside potential.
3.59 to 3.40
Fence-prospect: A player that has the skills and abilities but may need some time and patience to develop his game. Has the ability to contribute early in his career in specific packages (nickel back, third down back) and play special teams.
3.39 to 3.26
Late round player who either is more athlete than football player or a good football player with poor size/speed numbers. Will usually find his way onto a roster.
3.25 to 2.99
Situational type of prospect who'll have to earn his wage on special teams or learn his trade on a practice squad.
2.98 to 2.50
60 or 80 man roster type.
Updated 2/18
RankRndNamePosYear
11stMarcus Mariota
Oregon
QB4Jr
21stLeonard Williams
USC
DT3Jr
31stAmari Cooper
Alabama
WR3Jr
41stJameis Winston
Florida State
QB3So
51stDante Fowler Jr.
Florida
OLB3Jr
61stBrandon Scherff
Iowa
T5Sr
71stRandy Gregory
Nebraska
DE4Jr
81stAlvin Dupree
Kentucky
DE5Sr
91stAndrus Peat
Stanford
T3Jr
101stShane Ray
Missouri
DE4Jr
111stKevin White
West Virginia
WR4Sr
121stVic Beasley
Clemson
OLB5Sr
131stDanny Shelton
Washington
DT4Sr
141stDeVante Parker
Louisville
WR4Sr
151stLandon Collins
Alabama
S4Sr
161stTrae Waynes
Michigan State
CB4Jr
171stShaq Thompson
Washington
OLB3Jr
181stMalcom Brown
Texas
DT3Jr
191stMelvin Gordon
Wisconsin
RB4Jr
201stJordan Phillips
Oklahoma
DT3So
211stCarl Davis
Iowa
DT5Sr
221-2T.J. Clemmings
Pittsburgh
T5Sr
232ndTodd Gurley
Georgia
RB3Jr
241-2La'el Collins
LSU
G4Sr
251-2Owamagbe Odighizuwa
UCLA
DE5Sr