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2015 NFL Draft: Best team fits for several high-profile prospects

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As the 2015 NFL Draft approaches, Bucky Brooks is examining the best fits for one high-profile prospect each week. CLICK ON EACH PLAYER'S NAME FOR FULL ANALYSIS.

Shane Ray

This Missouri product is arguably the best pure pass rusher in the draft. What he lacks in size and athleticism, he makes up for in relentless and burst.

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Amari Cooper

Don't be thrown by a lack of flash or sizzle -- Amari Cooper is the most polished receiver prospect to enter the NFL in the past five years.

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Dante Fowler Jr.

Even if he projects as more of a Robin than a Batman, the Florida product looks like someone who will have an immediate impact as a rookie.

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Jameis Winston

The 2013 Heisman Trophy winner carries off-field concerns, but his outstanding play on the field resembles that of a true franchise quarterback.

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Todd Gurley

Forget what you've heard about waiting on running backs -- Todd Gurley projects as a blue-chip playmaker who could transcend conventional wisdom.

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Trae Waynes

Want to ground opposing passing attacks without spending a small fortune? Trae Waynes might be your man.

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Vic Beasley

In today's NFL, everyone is looking for a dynamic pass rusher who can wreak havoc off the edge -- and this talented playmaker might be one of the best in the 2015 draft class.

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Dorial Green-Beckham

A troubled past makes selecting this receiver with a top pick a risky proposition -- but a tantalizing combination of skills and ability could entice teams in need of a true WR1.

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Melvin Gordon

The running back could develop into a Jamaal Charles-like playmaker. He is a rare inside/outside runner with enviable wheels and has the toughness needed to handle a heavy workload.

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Leonard Williams

There are others in this class with the potential to deliver splash plays, but there isn't another defender with the talent, physical tools and energy to make a difference on every single snap.

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Marcus Mariota

The reigning Heisman Trophy winner is the most dynamic quarterback prospect to enter the NFL since Michael Vick was selected No. 1 overall by the Atlanta Falcons in 2001.

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