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Nov 22, 2014; Orlando, FL, USA; UCF Knights wide receiver Breshad Perriman (11) catches an 18-yard touchdown pass against the Southern Methodist Mustangs in the first half at Bright House Networks Stadium. Mandatory Credit: David Manning-USA TODAY Sports

15. . LB. Nebraska. randy gregory. 13. player

The New Orleans Saints have two draft picks in the first-round, and with their first one they must address the defense. Last season, the Saints allowed the second-most yards in the NFL, and although one player won’t change too much, the Saints can begin to improve their defense.

With the 13th pick, the Saints should take Randy Gregory from Nebraska. Gregory is a Top-10 talent for sure, but some off the field issues will place him right around where the Saints will be drafting.

Gregory played two seasons at Nebraska, and was able to be very good pass-rusher. In two seasons, Gregory totaled 17.5 sacks, 120 tackles, and 25.5 tackles for loss. The Saints could certainly use an impact player on the defensive side of the ball, and Gregory fits that bill. The Saints are trying to build a better defense and using the 13th pick will help that.

player. 59. . WR. Central Florida. breshad perriman. 14

The Miami Dolphins had a bit of a disappointing 2014 season, as they missed the playoffs. They were very active in the offseason to improve in 2015. The Dolphins will be drafting in the top half of the NFL Draft, and they should be able to get a talented player.

With the 14th pick, the Dolphins should help out their quarterback Ryan Tannehill by drafting wide receiver Breshad Perriman. In three years at Central Florida, Perriman was able to total 115 receptions, 2,241 receiving yards, and 16 receiving touchdowns.

In his junior season, Perriman really came on by totaling 50 receptions, 1,044 receiving yards, and nine touchdowns. While Perriman didn’t light it up statistically in college, his Pro Day was amazing.

At his Pro Day, Perriman ran the 40-yard dash in 4.24 seconds, and for being 6’2”, 212lbs, that is freakish. Perriman would be a great addition to help Tannehill and the Dolphins take the next step.

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