The Vikings dealt with many injuries and subpar play from Matt Kalil, resulting in quarterback injuries and way too many sacks. Teddy Bridgewater was under constant pressure, especially against the Lions and Dolphins. The Vikings need another offensive lineman who can help in pass protection and run blocking. T.J. Clemmings is a strong offensive tackle, who has been compared to Houston’s Pro Bowl player Duane Brown. Clemmings is raw, but he can be coached up to become a better player.
Cleveland Browns – Kevin White (Wide Receiver, West Virginia)
The Browns failed to draft any wide receivers during last year’s stacked draft, and this decision came back to haunt them when Josh Gordon missed most of the year, and Miles Austin missed some games with an injury. Once again, Gordon will be missing time after being suspended with off-the-field issues. The Browns have to find some receiver help before the 2015 season, and Kevin White could be the answer. White has been compared to DeAndre Hopkins, and he has the talent to play in the NFL. White high points the ball and catches everything in sight.
New Orleans Saints – Leonard Williams (Defensive End, USC)
New Orleans had a surprising defensive resurgence under coordinator Rob Ryan in 2013 when they were fifth in overall defense. Unfortunately, this same unit dropped all the way to 31st during the 2014 season, thanks to a subpar 34 sacks and 11 forced fumbles. The Saints had no pass rush. Leonard Williams from USC is possibly the most powerful defensive lineman in the 2015 draft. The Saints could stick Williams anywhere on the defensive line based on his versatility and allow him to work with Cameron Jordan to generate a pass rush.
Miami Dolphins – DeVante Parker (Wide Receiver, Louisville)
The Dolphins need to find some more receivers for quarterback Ryan Tannehill. Jarvis Landry provided some sparks during his rookie season, but Brian Hartline could be gone because of his salary. Mike Wallace is a mystery in that he has time left on his contract, but he basically gave up and pulled himself from the season finale. Wallace should be back, but the Dolphins shouldn’t count on his contributions just yet. DeVante Parker from Louisville isn’t the fastest wide receiver in the draft, but he has exceptional catching ability. Parker has a huge catching radius and has only been credited with three drops since 2012, which would help negate Tannehill’s downfield inaccuracy.