Mark Ingram is a running back in a draft considered low on running back talent; in a year where few teams are listing running back as a need.
The Miami Dolphins are projected to be the first team interested in taking a running back with the 15th pick. But could Ingram go before that?
It all depends on perceived value. If a team ahead of the Dolphins does not see the guy they want on the board, and running back is something that could use improvement through the draft, Ingram could go higher.
Ingram also could go lower if the Dolphins go in another direction.
The NFL Draft is nothing if not unpredictable at times. So here is yet another mock draft for your consumption.
|1. Carolina Panthers: Patrick Peterson |
2. Denver Broncos: Marcell Dareus
3. Buffalo Bills: Cam Newton
4. Cincinnati Bengals: Julio Jones
|17. New England Patriots: Ryan Kerrigan
18. San Diego Chargers: Cameron Heyward
19. New York Giants: Tyron Smith
20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Adrian Clayborn
|5. Arizona Cardinals: Von Miller |
6. Cleveland Browns: Da'Quan Bowers
7. San Francisco 49ers: Nick Fairley
8. Tennessee Titans: Blaine Gabbert
|21. Kansas City Chiefs: Akeem Ayers
22. Indianapolis Colts: Anthony Castonzo
23. Philadelphia Eagles: Derek Sherrod
24. New Orleans Saints: Muhammad Wilkerson
|9. Dallas Cowboys: Prince Amukamara |
10. Washington Redskins: A.J. Green
11. Houston Texans: Cameron Jordan
12. Minnesota Vikings: Jake Locker
|25. Seattle Seahawks: Justin Houston
26. Baltimore Ravens: Torrey Smith
27. Atlanta Falcons: Brooks Reed
28. New England Patriots: Titus Young
|13. Detroit Lions: Nate Solder |
14. St. Louis Rams: J.J. Watt
15. Miami Dolphins: Mark Ingram
16. Jacksonville Jaguars: Aldon Smith
|29. Chicago Bears: Gabe Carimi
30. New York Jets: Phil Taylor
31. Pittsburgh Steelers: Mike Pouncey
32. Green Bay Packers: Robert Quinn