The SI 64: Sports Illustrated's top 64 prospects in the 2015 NFL draft
The 2015 NFL draft is just days away, and as teams finalize their player rankings and weigh their positions of need, SI's Chris Burke and Doug Farrar have assembled their own definitive Big Board. The SI 64 uses tape study to define the best prospects in this class and details the strengths and weaknesses that explain why they're slotted as such. Click on each player's name to read his full scouting report, along with a comparable NFL player and game tape from Draft Breakdown.
The son of Brett Perriman, who caught 525 passes and gained over 6,500 yards for four different NFL teams, Breshad Perriman is a different player than his dad.
McKinney is the last defender fullbacks or tight ends want to see sprinting toward them in one-on-one situations.
Green-Beckham could be the kind of pick that changes an entire offense for the better. He also could be the kind of pick that gets people fired.