WalterFootball, which has been the most accurate of all of the mock drafts, has their very early 2016 draft up.
1. Tennessee Titans: Joey Bosa, DE/DT, Ohio State
2015 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 2/4): Marcus Mariota, QB
Joey Bosa has dominated college football this past year and would definitely be a top-five pick in this year's class if he were draft-eligible. He's not, so the Titans would strongly consider him at No. 1 overall, as he could provide a big boost to their porous defense.
2. New York Jets: Cardale Jones, QB, Ohio State
2015 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 2/4): Amari Cooper, WR
Cardale Jones would've been a second-round prospect had he declared for the 2015 NFL Draft. There was a chance he would've gone late in the first via a team trading up, but he probably would've been relegated to the second frame.
That will hardly be the case in the 2016 NFL Draft. If Jones starts and continues to thrive, he'll be a top-five selection, and he could potentially go No. 1 overall. He has way too much upside and natural talent, displaying Ben Roethlisberger- or Daunte Culpepper-type ability.
14. Atlanta Falcons: Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Ohio State
2015 NFL Mock Draft Pick (as of 2/4): Alvin Dupree, DE/OLB
The Falcons need to improve their rushing attack. Steven Jackson will be gone by the 2016 NFL Draft, while Devonta Freeman didn't really show anything as a rookie. Ezekiel Elliott, who was amazing in Ohio State's championship run, could even go earlier than this.