March 14, 2015
By: Clint Clearwater

Devante Parker, WR, Louisville
He’s one of my top players available in this draft.  He’s got good size, quickness and playmaking ability that will make him in high demand April 30.  He’s also got strong, reliable hands.  I have a top 10 grade on him.

Malcolm Brown, DT, Texas
Brown is another top prospect in this draft.  He’s got great size, surprising quickness and ability to cause havoc in the backfield.  He only sits behind Danny Shelton in my top 5 positional rankings and I see him being gone by pick 15.

Nelson Agholor, WR, USC
Not enough can be said about this WR class.  It’s pretty spectacular; I have 7 first round grades and 5 second round grades in this class.  Agholor doesn’t get a lot of attention but he’s a strong second round pick.  He’s a really good route runner, good hands, playmaker with the ball and has underrated speed.  I think he’s an immediate contributor and a high second round pick.

Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB, Oregon
He’s kind of a forgotten man among draft talk these days but I haven’t forgotten him.  I had similar grades on him and Kyle Fuller (now with the Bears) last year and Fuller had a tremendous rookie season.  Ekpre-Olomu is recovering from a torn ACL but I still have high grades on him and someone is going to get a steal in the second or third round of the draft.

Jeremy Langford, RB, Michigan St.
Langford is an underrated back that does everything pretty well.  He’s a bigger back that runs very smooth.  He’s got good vision and I though he quietly has had a nice off season.  I have a second round grade on him and I wouldn’t be surprised to see him contribute early in his career.

Senquez Golson, CB, Mississippi
Golson is a very talented player.  He has great ball skills, playmaking ability, and plays very comfortably in zone coverage.  He does not have great size which will certainly hurt him but he’s a tough player that I have a 2nd/3rd round grade on.

Jamil Douglas, G, Arizona St.
Douglas played OT at ASU but will most likely be a guard in the NFL.  He’s strong, good hands, powerful punch and above average footwork.  I love his experience and I see him as a potential starter from day 1.

Steve Nelson, CB, Oregon St.
I initially saw him jump out on film last season, Nelson is a playmaker CB that’s tough and highly athletic.  He is a fun player to watch and in my opinion has the potential to be a number 1 CB.  I have a 2nd round grade on him.

Rashad Greene, WR, Florida St.
I really like Greene from FSU.  I think he’s incredibly underrated going into this draft.  He’s been a productive WR the last 2 seasons and his talent stands out on film.  He’s a polished route runner, with deceptive quickness acceleration and burst.  He’s a smooth runner that is dangerous with the football.  I think he could be a steal in the second round.

Bobby McCain, CB, Memphis
He’s another undersized CB but he is a playmaker.  He’s got 11 INTs over the last 2 seasons, shows tremendous quickness and instincts.  I love his aggressiveness and ability to help in the ground game.  He’s a sleeper pick.