NFL Mock Draft: Who will New York Jets select?

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Nov 15, 2014; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Miami Hurricanes wide receiver Phillip Dorsett (4) reacts after scoring a touchdown against the Florida State Seminoles during the first quarter at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

player. 13. . OL. LSU. la'el collins. 17

The San Diego Chargers are one of the teams that seem to be infatuated with Mariota, but they also have a need to strengthen the offensive line. La’el Collins from LSU would be a great selection, as he could slide right into the starting left guard position.

Collins could very well be the most physical offensive lineman in the NFL Draft. He plays angry, and that is evident by the way he finishes blocks. Last season, the Chargers were the 30th ranked team in the NFL in rushing. They also were in the middle of the pack at protecting their quarterback.

The Chargers rushing offense struggled a lot last season, and Collins could certainly help that, as being strong in the trenches is always a good thing.

124. . WR. Miami (FL). phillip dorsett. 18. player

The biggest flaw of the Kansas City Chiefs last season was their lack of production at wide receiver. In free agency, the Chiefs signed Jeremy Maclin, which is a huge boost to their passing offense. While Maclin is very good, he is only one receiver, and adding another would be wise.

With the 18th pick in the draft, the Chiefs should select Phillip Dorsett from Miami. Dorsett has great speed, and would be good alongside of Maclin.

Last season at Miami, Dorsett totaled 36 receptions, 871 receiving yards, and 10 receiving touchdowns. In 2014, Dorsett averaged 24.2 yards per reception, as he would provide the Chiefs with a threat to score the ball anytime he catches it.

Alex Smith has been deprived of weapons in Kansas City, but if they draft Dorsett, Smith will have two play-makers on the outside.

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