With all 256 picks of the 2015 NFL Draft in the books, CFB 24/7 breaks down how all 32 teams fared from Rounds 1-7.
Draft pick: CB Kevin Johnson (No. 16 overall), LB Benardrick McKinney (No. 43 overall), WR Jaelen Strong (No. 70 overall), WR Keith Mumphery (No. 175 overall), LB Reshard Cliett (No. 211 overall), DT Christian Covington (No. 216 overall), RB Kenny Hilliard (No. 235 overall)
Day 1 grade: B
Day 2 grade: B+
Day 3 grade: D
Overall grade: C-
The skinny: Johnson might be the most well-rounded cornerback prospect in the draft and certainly will boost a defense that has to contend with several potent offensive weapons in the division. McKinney will be a solid fit in the middle of the team's defense and can really help shut down opposing run games, but he has issues in coverage, and the Texans might have given up too much -- a fourth- and sixth-round pick -- in order to move up for a questionable player. At least they wound up getting a steal in Strong, who will be a perfect Andre Johnson replacement. If healthy, Covington could wind up being a tremendous value in the sixth round as a rotation player who can make flash plays.
Bottom line:Johnson can start early on, and landing Strong was a steal. Beyond that? Not great.
Draft pick: WR Phillip Dorsett (No. 29 overall), CB D'Joun Smith (No. 65 overall), DT Henry Anderson (No. 93 overall), S Clayton Geathers (No. 109 overall), DT David Parry (No. 151 overall), RB Josh Robinson (No. 205 overall), LB Amarlo Herrera (No. 207 overall), OL Denzell Goode (No. 255 overall)
Day 1 grade: B-
Day 2 grade: A
Day 3 grade: B
Overall grade: B
The skinny: The Colts added another speedy wideout to what was already one of the deepest receiving corps in the league. While Andrew Luck will no doubt be happy, the team could have addressed another position such as offensive line or upgraded its defense. There are some questions about Dorsett's ability, but this team will have offensive weapons for days. Smith fills a need on defense and was a favorite of many scouts. Anderson is a filthy steal late in the third round and should be a super disruptive player on the defensive line.
Draft pick: LB/DE Dante Fowler Jr. (No. 3 overall), RB T.J. Yeldon (No. 36 overall), OL A.J. Cann (No. 67 overall), S James Sample (No. 104 overall), WR Rashad Greene (No. 139 overall), DT Michael Bennett (No.180 overall), WR Neal Sterling (No. 220 overall), TE Ben Koyack (No. 229 overall)
Day 1 grade: A
Day 2 grade: B-
Day 3 grade: A
Overall grade: A+
The skinny: Team need? Check. Great player? Check. With the No. 3 overall pick, the Jaguars got a prolific edge rusher who can boost their defense and help chase down division rival Andrew Luck for years to come. You could argue the Jags should have taken Leonard Williams or that a trade down would have been a better move, but Fowler can have an impact early on for a team in need of playmakers. Taking Yeldon with the No. 36 pick was a bit of a reach, but he was a fast-rising prospect and is a complete back who is a great fit for a young Jacksonville offense. Cann should immediately fill a need protecting Bortles and opening holes for Yeldon on the interior of the line.
Bottom line:The young offensive core in Jacksonville got even better in this draft with a mix of good value picks and quality players on and off the field.
Draft pick: QB QB Marcus Mariota (No. 2 overall), WR Dorial Green-Beckham (No. 40 overall), OL Jeremiah Poutasi (No. 66 overall), DT Angelo Blackson (No. 100 overall), FB Jalston Fowler (No. 108 overall), RB David Cobb (No. 138 overall), LB Delontrez Mount (No. 177 overall), C Andy Gallik (No. 208 overall), WR Tre McBride (No. 245 overall)
Day 1 grade: B+
Day 2 grade: A
Day 3 grade: B
Overall grade: A-
The skinny: The Titans had a need at quarterback, and Mariota is one of the best prospects to come along in a while. That said, he isn't a great fit for Ken Whisenhunt's offense, and the team will need time to bring him along. The sky is the limit for Mariota, and Tennessee landed a good player, but one of the many rumored trades for the No. 2 pick, including one with the Eagles, might have been a better move. On Day 2, the Titans smartly moved back, picking up an extra fourth-rounder in a deep draft, and still selected a potential No. 1 wideout for Mariota in Green-Beckham. DGB is a character risk, but he was worth taking a chance on in the second round. Poutasi can play guard or right tackle and is a people mover. Cobb has a chance to be the workhorse back early in his career.
Bottom line:The team landed its franchise quarterback of the future and got him some weapons and blockers.