NFL Mock Draft: Who will New York Jets select?

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Jan 28, 2015; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Choose Chicago president Don Welsh speaks at a 2015 Draft celebratory reception at Sheraton Phoenix Downtown. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL Draft is almost here, and that means NFL mock drafts are getting updated almost daily, as NFL fans want to know who their team will be selecting.

For the New York Jets and New York Giants, the first-round of the NFL Draft will be a very important day, as they both will be drafting in the Top-10. The Giants struck gold in the first-round last season with Odell Beckham Jr. The Jets surprised some people last year by selecting safety Calvin Pryor with their first-pick. The Giants will likely be looking to sure up things in the trenches, while the Jets are a very difficult team to predict who they will be taking. One thing that has Jets fans worried is their history with the No. 6 pick, as they recently draft Vernon Gholston and Mark Sanchez with that selection.

While there will surely be some trades in the first-round, I’ll be selecting players that will fit each team’s need with no trades occurring.

The NFL Draft will begin on Thursday night at 8 p.m., and although some of the big names won’t be attending, it will be a fun event as always.

Here is a complete 2015 NFL mock draft starting with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers selecting quarterback Jameis Winston!

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The Buccaneers had a dreadful 2014 season with the worst record in the NFL, but with that comes the first-pick in the NFL Draft. Production from the quarterback position was poor for the Buccaneers last season, and with that in mind, they will be drafting Florida St. quarterback Jameis Winston.

Winston won a National Championship and the Heisman trophy in 2013, and as he is the best quarterback prospect in the draft, he does come with some question marks. In college, Winston had some off the field issues, which have led to teams doing their due diligence to see whether or not Winston will be trouble.

There is a lot of talent with Winston, and the Buccaneers will be taking a chance with him at No.1. If Winston stays out of trouble, he is certainly capable of being a great quarterback in the NFL.

Feb 21, 2015; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston (right) and Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota do an interview on the NFL Network after finishing their workout during the 2015 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

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The Titans are another team that could use a quarterback, and that is why they will also be taking a risk by drafting Marcus Mariota from Oregon. This is one of the most talked about picks in the NFL Draft, as the Titans could certainly trade this if they aren’t in love with Mariota.

Tennessee has a lot of holes to fill on their roster, and that includes the quarterback position. Mariota won the Heisman trophy in 2014, but how his game will translate to the NFL is a big question mark. Mariota didn’t play in a pro-style offense like Winston did at Florida St., and that could mean he’ll need time to learn.

If the Titans don’t trade this pick, it will be nearly impossible to pass on Mariota with the No. 2 pick. Mariota has a boom-or-bust feeling to him, and sitting in 2015 to learn would be good for his development.

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