Our Five safest picks in the 2015 NFL Draft; Who are yours?

The NFL Draft is all about picking the safest players who will contribute to your team for the next 10 to 12 years.  Well we have evaluated all the players and came up with our 5 safest players in the 2015 NFL Draft.  

amari cooper Amari Cooper – Alabama – This is a no brainer, Cooper is the best football player in this entire draft.  He is a the best wide out to enter the NFL draft since A.J. Green.  Cooper will be a Pro Bowler for many years to come.

dukeDuke Johnson – Miami – I have been high on running backs in the past, but how are teams not talking about Duke Johnson?  Duke Johnson was the heart and soul of the Hurricanes offense and I could see him going to a team like the Colts and becoming a 1000 yard rusher in the first year.  Johnson is the real deal and is a very safe pick. 

Nick O’Leary – Florida State – Okay the guy is slow, who cares…. Nick O’Leary is the best tight end in this draft, and hnicke will end up being a Pro Bowler in the near future.  O’Leary has glue hands and catches everything thrown his way.  I could see Buffalo draft him and if they do, he will be their Rob Gronkowski for years. 

beckwithBen Beckwith – Mississippi State – This kid has been the underdog his entire career.  He walked onto Mississippi State, and by the time his senior year was over, Beckwith was an all-SEC selection.  He might not be the fast, pretty looking draft pick, but he will be starting for a team for years to come. 

rotheramMatt Rotheram – Pittsburgh – I talked to NFL scouts about Rotheram, because I feel he is being overlooked.  Analytically speaking, he was the highest rated offensive lineman in all of college football last season.  That is per one NFL team, which means one thing, the kid can play.  I love him, someone draft him. 


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