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NFL Mock Draft 2015: SB Nation Update 2/2

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SB Nation has updated their latest mock draft.

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Another week has passed, which means it is now time to take a look at the latest 2015 NFL Mock Draft from SB Nation's Dan Kadar. Kadar took this week as a chance to re-look the debate between Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota and Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston as the top selection when the Draft begins.

Kadar begins his latest mock draft by explaining:

As we approach the draft, all of those questions will be pored over countless times. And that's just Tampa Bay and the No. 1 pick in the draft. These players are going to get dissected and moved around big boards. Things are going to fluctuate before settling more as the draft approaches.

With that said, he projects the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to select Mariota with the first overall selection, followed by the Tennessee Titans, who he previously had skipping a quarterback and continuing the Zach Mettenberger era in Nashville, jumping at the chance to land Winston with the second pick. Behind the two quarterbacks, Kadar projects the Jacksonville Jaguars to pick Nebraska defensive end Randy GRegory, the Oakland Raiders to take USC defensive tackle Leonard Williams, and the Washington Redskins to add LSU offensive tackle La'el Collins.

What we, at least here on The Phinsider, really care about is the Miami Dolphins' selection with the 14th overall pick. As he had last week, Kadar again goes to Washington defensive tackle Danny Shelton for Miami. He explains:

Shelton would be a perfect fit for the Dolphins. He could plug in at nose tackle as a rookie and give Miami a dependable run stopper up front.

This mock draft is also a little different in that Kadar broke out two rounds this time. Jumping to Miami's second round selection, Kadar projects the Dolphins taking Duke guard Laken Tomlinson.

We have seen the Shelton pick before, including in a Kadar mock draft, but what do you think of Shelton followed by Tomlinson. Two of the biggest needs for Miami in this Draft could be the interior of the offensive and defensive lines, which these two picks immediately address. Are they they right picks?