Full First Round Mock Draft: Dallas Cowboys Get Their Pass Rusher

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Feb 21, 2015; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston (right) and Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota do an interview on the NFL Network after finishing their workout during the 2015 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Following the completion of the Scouting Combine last weekend, we now have a better idea where both pro teams and the college football prospects stand when the NFL Draft starts in April. Some prospects rose to the occasion, while others now find themselves trickling down big boards. With no further ado, here’s The Landry Hat’s first official mock draft of the offseason.

A special thank you to EDSFootball.com, DCProSportsReport.com, and WalterFootball.com featuring this mock draft on their databases.

Florida State. Jameis Winston. 1. player. 48. Any questions about Jameis Winston seemed to be squashed after his outstanding performance at the NFL Scouting Combine last weekend. Not only did he show off his physical skill set, but his team interviews have now become a thing of legend. Winston’s abundance of confidence and football intelligence charmed NFL executives and the media alike, solidifying him as the top overall selection in this draft.. Quarterback

player. 35. Although there is a temptation to select a quarterback here, landing the best defensive player in the draft at a position of need is near serendipity. Although, if a team like the Cleveland Browns or the Philadelphia Eagles presents the right trade offer, Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota here is a real option.. Defensive End. USC. Leonard Williams. 2

Florida. Dante Fowler Jr.. 3. player. 52. Fowler is a high character, high motor guy who fills the Jaguars’ biggest need and adds some much needed youth to their defensive line.. Defensive End

28. If this was the Oakland Raiders of years past under former owner Al Davis, West Virgina receiver Kevin White would most likely be their choice coming off an impressive scouting combine performance. Instead, I believe these Raiders will select the more steady, less riskier choice in Cooper. I see him being the foundation of a receiver corps that has been wildly inconsistent since the days of <strong><a href=. Wide Receiver. Alabama. Amari Cooper. 4. player

Marcus Mariota. 6. player. 30. Although I think the Jets could make a go of it with in-house quarterback <strong><a href=. Quarterback. Oregon

I’m going outside of conventional wisdom a bit here and thinking about the Chicago Bears of old. When you think of the Chicago Bears defense, you think of great linebackers like <strong><a href=. Quarterback. Clemson. Vic Beasley. 7. player. 57

player. 44. The Atlanta Falcons need help on defense and a pass rusher tops the list. They will be very happy a player like Shane Ray drops in their laps at No. 8.. Defensive End. Missouri. Shane Ray. 8

La'el Collins. 9. player. 31. Head coach Tom Coughlin and the New York Giants made the sexy pick of <strong><a href=. Offensive Tackle. LSU

player. 51. It’s time the St. Louis Rams give quarterback <strong><a href=. Wide Receiver. West Virgina. Kevin White. 10

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