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2015 NFL Mock Draft: Patriots Database; A Collection of Every Mock on the Internet

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Are you interested in what the draft experts are saying about the Patriots? Here's all of their projections.

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There are two types of NFL Mock drafts: 1) Team Specific; and 2) Full Round.

Team specific means that the mock drafter will be looking at one team and fixing all of their issues with the best prospects that kind of, sort of have a chance of being available at that slot. These are valuable because it shows the prospects that are sought after.

Full round mocks are a different breed. It offers a look at the ebbs, flows, droughts, and human touch with every pick. If the team specific mock draft can group prospects into certain tiers of talent, the full round mock will show exactly how deep these tiers actually can be.

I have not distinguished between the two types with the below table. Generally, if you notice that the author is a Patriots beat writer, then it is most likely a single team draft. Most of these are full mocks.

There were eight defensive tackles or offensive linemen in the first round, and seven cornerback prospects. OL Cameron Erving is the most popular choice in the first round, appearing in five mocks, followed by DTs Jordan Phillips and Eddie Goldman, and CB Byron Jones, with three first round mocks.

Author 32 64 96 97 101 131 178 219 253
Greg Knopping DT Carl Davis WR Sammie Coates
Dan Kadar RB Melvin Gordon CB Ronald Darby
Walter Football DT Eddie Goldman OG Josue Matias DT Michael Bennett WR Dres Anderson CB Doran Grant TE Tyler Kroft RB Matt Jones
Walter (Charlie) DT Jordan Phillips OG Tre Jackson RB David Johnson WR Tyler Lockett DT Gabe Wright CB Justin Coleman WR DeAndre Smelter
Mike Loyko OT T.J. Clemmings + OG Tre Jackson LB Benardrick McKinney DT Marcus Hardison WR Stefon Diggs RB Mike Davis CB Steven Nelson CB Bobby McCain DT David Parry TE A.J. Derby
ESPN DB Eric Rowe WR Dorial Green-Beckham DT Xavier Cooper LB Shaq Thompson
Rob Rang OL Cameron Erving CB Quinten Rollins
Dane Brugler ED Mario Edwards Jr. RB Duke Johnson
Pete Prisco CB Byron Jones
Will Brinson DB Eric Rowe
Daniel Jeremiah OG Laken Tomlinson
Charles Davis DT Eddie Goldman
Charley Casserly DT Arik Armstead
Lance Zierlein S Landon Collins
Bucky Brooks OL Cameron Erving
Brian Baldinger ED Preston Smith
Josh Norris LB Shaq Thompson
Doug Farrar CB Byron Jones
Kevin Duffy DT Eddie Goldman WR Devin Smith CB Doran Grant RB T.J. Yeldon OG Josue Matias LB Kwon Alexander TE Nick Boyle DT Ellis McCarthy OG Kaleb Johnson
Chris Burke OL Cameron Erving WR Devin Smith
Doug Kyed DT Jordan Phillips OL Ali Marpet WR Kenny Bell LB Kwon Alexander OL Mitch Morse RB Cameron Artis-Payne CB Tray Walker ED Marcus Rush DT David Parry
Ourlads ED Preston Smith
Dave Syvertsen RB Tevin Coleman
Jeff Feyerer DT Jordan Phillips
Thomas Helper OL Cedric Ogbuehi
Scott Wright CB Byron Jones
Chris Price OL Cameron Erving
Mark Daniels CB Kevin Johnson OG Tre Jackson RB Mike Davis DT Gabe Wright LB Ben Heeney WR Stefon Diggs OL Shaq Mason CB Bobby McCain LB Reshard Cliett
Middlesex OL Cameron Erving DT Grady Jarrett RB David Johnson CB Steven Nelson WR Tre McBride
Justis Mosqueda LB Shaq Thompson
Matt Miller CB Jalen Collins RB Ameer Abdullah WR Justin Hardy OG Laken Tomlinson NT Tyeler Davison ED Max Valles OT Tayo Fabuluje WR Ty Montgomery RB Zach Zenner

Note: NEPD's Mike Loyko trades down from 32 to pick up both Clemmings and Jackson.

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