What Is the 2015 NFL Draft Order?

Former Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota showed his speed Saturday, running a QB-best 4.52 seconds in the 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine and is projected to go in the top 10 of the 2015 NFL Draft. (Getty)

Former Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota showed his speed Saturday, running a QB-best 4.52 seconds in the 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine and is projected to go in the top 10 of the 2015 NFL Draft. (Getty)

The 2015 NFL Draft is now exactly one week away, and will be held at the Roosevelt University Auditorium in Chicago, Illinois — the first time the Draft has been held outside of New York City in over 40 years.

The Draft will be headlined by: quarterbacks Jameis Winston of Florida State, Marcus Mariota of Oregon; wide receivers Amari Cooper of Alabama and Kevin White of West Virginia; runningbacks Todd Gurley of Georgia and Melvin Gordon of Wisconsin; and a bevy of defensive linemen, which include Dante Fowler Jr. of Florida, Leonard Williams of USC, Shane Ray of Missouri, Vic Beasley of Clemson and Randy Gregory of Nebraska.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers finished 2014 at 2-14 and own the first-overall selection in the Draft. The Tennessee Titans also finished 2014 at 2-14 and will select second. Here is the rest of the order for Rounds 1 and 2:


Round 1:
Overall Pick # Team:
1 Tampa Bay
2 Tennessee
3 Jacksonville
4 Oakland
5 Washington
6 New York Jets
7 Chicago
8 Atlanta
9 New York Giants
10 St. Louis
11 Minnesota
12 Cleveland
13 New Orleans
14 Miami
15 San Francisco
16 Houston
17 San Diego
18 Kansas City
19 Cleveland *Acquired from Buffalo*
20 Philadelphia
21 Cincinnati
22 Pittsburgh
23 Detroit
24 Arizona
25 Carolina
26 Baltimore
27 Dallas
28 Denver
29 Indianapolis
30 Green Bay
31 New Orleans *Acquired from Seattle*
32 New England
Round 2:
33 Tennessee
34 Tampa Bay
35 Oakland
36 Jacksonville
37 New York Jets
38 Washington
39 Chicago
40 New York Giants
41 St. Louis
42 Atlanta
43 Cleveland
44 New Orleans
45 Minnesota
46 San Francisco
47 Miami
48 San Diego
49 Kansas City
50 Buffalo
51 Houston
52 Philadelphia
53 Cincinnati
54 Detroit
55 Arizona
56 Pittsburgh
57 Carolina
58 Baltimore
59 Denver
60 Dallas
61 Indianapolis
62 Green Bay
63 Seattle
64 New England

Notes:
– The Cleveland Browns acquired the Buffalo Bills 2015 first-round pick in the Sammy Watkins trade.
– The New Orleans Saints acquired the Seattle Seahawks 2015 first-round pick in the Jimmy Graham trade.


Each round will be televised on both ESPN and the NFL Network from Thursday, April 30th until Saturday, May 2nd.



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