2015 NFL Mock Draft: Vikings Go Defense With #11 Pick

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Sep 27, 2014; East Lansing, MI, USA; Michigan State Spartans cornerback Trae Waynes (15) stands on field between plays during the 1st half of a game at Spartan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

11. Minnesota Vikings

Minnesota needs another top corner to start opposite Rhodes so that they can move Munnerlyn back to slot duties. Waynes might be the physical corner they need there.. Cornerback. Michigan State. Trae Waynes. 11. player. 60

12. Cleveland Browns

53. Whoever the quarterback will be for the Browns this year will need someone to throw the ball to. Parker has a proven record of success with Louisville and could help immediately.. Wide Receiver. Louisville. Devante Parker. 12. player

13. New Orleans Saints

Beasley sliding to the Saints is a best case scenario for them. They could nab one of the best pass rushers in the draft without trading up.. Linebacker. Clemson. Vic Beasley. 13. player. 15

14. Miami Dolphins

LSU. La'el Collins. 14. player. 59. After locking down a great DT in Suh and picking up Brandon Marshall, the Dolphins can look to Collins to help at multiple spots on the offensive line.. Offensive Tackle

15. San Francisco 49ers

player. 42. Despite a huge need at inside linebacker, Dupree is the best player available in a position of need. They can’t afford to reach far enough to fill their biggest need. Expect a possible trade down.. Defensive End. Kentucky. Alvin Dupree. 15

Oct 18, 2014; Tempe, AZ, USA; Stanford Cardinal offensive tackle Andrus Peat (70) against the Arizona State Sun Devils at Sun Devil Stadium. The Sun Devils defeated the Cardinal 26-10. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

16. Houston Texans

Offensive Tackle. Stanford. Andrus Peat. 16. player. 10. Peat will lock down the right side of the Houston offensive line as a road grading presence who has the potential to develop into a left tackle if needed in the future.

17. San Diego Chargers

17. player. 13. It might be early to take a center in the draft, but Dallas has found success with that. Also, Erving can play the guard positions (also a need) if center gets filled.. Center. Florida State. Cameron Erving

18. Kansas City Chiefs

18. player. 124. KC has some real offensive line issues. Former #1 overall pick Eric Fisher isn’t playing well and they also need improvement at right tackle. Flowers is a step in the right direction.. Offensive Tackle. Miami (Fla.). Ereck Flowers

19. Cleveland Browns (via Buffalo Bills)

19. player. 53. After getting a wide receiver with the first pick, the Browns come back and get a nose tackle to plug up the middle of the line and disrupt the running game of the opposition.. Defensive Tackle. Texas. Malcom Brown

20. Philadelphia Eagles

Safety. Alabama. Landon Collins. 20. player. 54. Losing Nate Allen hurts, but they can fill that hole with a physical safety that will should intimidate pass catchers over the middle and ball carriers.

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