Around this same time last season, it appeared as if we were headed toward three or four quarterbacks being selected in the top 10 ... and Blake Bortles, the only QB who actually wound up reaching that height in the 2014 draft, was not even really among that group yet.
In other words, the picture is a long way from coming into focus. As of early November, what we do have is a better idea for how NFL teams may need to improve this offseason and which 2015 draft hopefuls are starting to emerge as legitimate impact prospects.
The draft order for Mock 1.0 comes from NFL.com, based on records entering Week 10 and overall strength of schedule (the latter used as a tiebreaker).
The Oakland Raiders are on the clock ...