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JUNE 12th / 2016

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JUNE 9th / 2016

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APRIL 24th / 2016

My NFL Draft Top 15

My Top 15 Players in the 2016 NFL Draft

Every year prior to the NFL Draft there is countless Mock Drafts that try to determine which player will go where in the Draft. Due to trades, surprises, etc. this is almost impossible to tackle. What I am going to do below is add my thoughts in regards to who are the Top-15 players to come out in this year's draft. They may not go inside the Top-15 but these are the best fifteen prospects in my opinion in 2016.

1. LT Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss: 6'5, 298 pounds

Tunsil is a terrific athlete with great size and strength. He often dominated his opponents in college and he has all the tools to immediately step in and dominate at the next level. He has had some injury concerns including a dislocated ankle and a partially torn biceps muscle but he is the safest and possibly the best player to come out this season.

2. RB Ezekiel Elliot, Ohio State: 6', 225 pounds

What can you say about Double E. He has great size, amazing vision, the power to run over defenders and the elusiveness to make them miss. Once he gets by the first wave of defenders he also has good 4.47 speed and can race to the endzone. I know the NFL has been devaluing the running back position for awhile now but Elliot is the next Adrian Peterson.

3. DB Jalen Ramsey, Florida State: 6'1, 209 pounds

I have Ramsey higher than most but I love everything this kid does on the football field. He has the elite cover abilities of a shut down corner plus the size to play press coverage and tackle well on the edge. He also has the vision, tenacity and range of a top NFL safety so he gives teams multiple ways to use his skill set. I see a player with the same potential as a Ronnie Lott and he is a very safe pick.

4. LB Miles Jack, UCLA: 6'1, 245 pounds

Jack is an elite athlete. Perhaps the best one in the Draft. He played both linebacker and running back for the Bruins but it is at linebacker where he really shines. He tore his meniscus muscle in his knee in September but he should be healthy and ready to shine early on in his career. He has the elite speed, aggressiveness, toughness that NFL teams want and he brings a skill set similar to a Ray Lewis when he arrived from the U.

5. DE DeForest Buckner, Oregon: 6'7, and 291 pounds

Buckner has been very durable while in college and his blend of height, athleticism, agility and the ability to get deep into the backfield to make plays cannot be denied. He can stand to get stronger perhaps at the point of attack but he is a legitimate player who will have an immediate impact.

6. DT Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss, 6'3 and 294 pounds

Nkediche has had some off field issues while in school and there are times his effort appears to wane. He has plummeted on many draft lists but his mix of size, speed, quickness and toughness is impossible to ignore. If he gets into the right situation with the right coaches, he could emerge as the best player in this draft and in a draft heavy on defensive tackle talent, I like him best.

7. CB Vernon Hargreaves III, Florida, 5'10 and 204 pounds

While not blessed with elite straight line speed (only a 4.50), Hargreaves has the swagger of a top cornerback. He has the size to play in press coverage, has excellent instincts for the cornerback position and is not afraid to take on star receivers across from him. He will immediately step in as a difference maker on somebody's defense.

8. LB Reggie Ragland, Alabama, 6'1 and 247 pounds

Ragland is not the fastest linebacker in the draft nor is he the most athletic. What Ragland does have is toughness and tenacity and those are the first two attributes I think are needed to start at Middle Linebacker in the NFL. He has all the tools to step in and immediately solidify the interior of a NFL defense.

9. DT A'Shawn Robinson, Alabama, 6'4 and 307 pounds

Robinson is as powerful as anybody currently in the NFL. His lower body power is incredible and he can use brute force to make a difference. If he gets taught to get lower and use more body lean, he may be close to unstoppable as an interior defensive tackle.

10. DT Sheldon Rankins, Louisville, 6'1 and 300 pounds

Rankins does not have excellent size and may struggle against power blockers but he is as fast off the ball as I have ever seen. His first two steps are explosive and that matters as much as power at the next level. He will cause some of the pro guards to struggle with that quickness.

11. DE Joey Bosa, Ohio State, 6'5 and 270 pounds

Joey Bosa roared in like a lion in his freshman season with the Buckeyes and was the Big-10 Defensive Player of the Year in 2014. He did not have a great season stats wise last year but he is a talented, athletic kid whose motor never stops. He will step in and make a difference at the next level.

12. DT Andrew Billings, Baylor, 6'1 and 311 pounds

At just 21-years old, Billings is an underaged, powerhouse who has set lifting records as a prep athlete in Waco. He is quick, strong and difficult to contain in the middle. He has all the tools to be one of the best players in this draft and he is one of many stud defensive tackles coming out this year.

13. QB Jared Goff, California, 6'4 and 215 pounds

Goff has all the tools of an NFL quarterback but there are flaws in his game that are red flags including some issues with accuracy and his limited snaps under center. Still he has the size, arm strength and smarts to be molded into an excellent NFL quarterback.

14. QB Carson Wentz, North Dakota State, 6'5 and 237 pounds

Really you can call Wetz, 14b alongside of Goff. I have not seen Wentz play football at North Dakota State but his size, rushing ability, arm strength and potential outweigh his lack of competition in college. He could be the next Ben Roethlisberger and Blake Bortles.

15. DB / S Karl Joseph, West Virginia

Joseph is an aggressive, hard hitting physical speciman who has been compared to Bob Sanders, former Colts great. He has great instincts for both the cornerback and safety positions and will dominate at the next level.

WILDCARD. LB Jaylon Smith, Notre Dame, 6'2 and 223 pounds

If not for a devastating knee injury suffered last season, Smith would be inside my top-five. He is explosive, dynamic and has a real nose for the football. Unfortunately the injury is serious enough to cast doubt over his future but I certainly love what he brings when healthy and he is a player to watch for sure.