If half of the 32 players listed here make it into Round 1 next April/May, consider this a fairly successful attempt. (Twenty-one of 32 from last year's first mock actually went in Round 1 or 2 and three stayed in school.) The order of the draft picks comes courtesy of Bovada's 2015 Super Bowl odds, with some slight adjustments made to get the right number of AFC and NFC teams into playoff position. Wouldn't be a draft these days without a Texas A&M tackle in the top 10. Amazingly, the 6-foot-5 Ogbuehi (pronounced oh-BWAY-hee) might be the best of that entire bunch, which has produced Luke Joeckel (No. 2 overall in 2013) and Jake Matthews (No. 6 this year). The Allen (Texas) High standout told ESPN.com's Alex Scarborough he received a first-round grade for the 2014 draft. Ogbuehi played guard early in his Aggies career, then started at right tackle last year. This season he inherits the left tackle job previously held by Joeckel and Matthews.