Mock Draft Roundup: Where Is Melvin Gordon Projected a Month Away From the Draft?

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Nov 1, 2014; Piscataway, NJ, USA; Wisconsin Badgers running back Melvin Gordon (25) breaks tackle of Rutgers Scarlet Knights defensive back Johnathan Aiken (26) during the second quarter on his way to a first down at High Points Solutions Stadium. Jim O’Connor-USA TODAY Sports

CBS Sports – Rob Rang, Dane Brugler, Pete Prisco and Will Brinson

All four CBS Sports mock drafters have Melvin Gordon heading off in the first round. Here’s where they project Gordon in their most recent mock drafts:

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  • Rob Rang: 17 overall – San Diego Chargers

    Dane Brugler: 24 overall – Arizona Cardinals

    Pete Prisco: 24 overall – Arizona Cardinals

    Will Brinson: 27 overall – Dallas Cowboys

    All four analysts have the Arizona Cardinals selecting a running back, with Brugler and Prisco sending Gordon to Arizona while Rang and Brinson like Gurley headed to the Cardinals.

    All four situations would be good for Gordon, and as much as I like him heading to San Diego (we’ll get into that in the next slide), Dallas remains my favorite landing spot for the Badgers.

    Dallas has arguably the best offensive line in the game, and just had the NFL’s leading rusher in DeMarco Murray. Well, Murray is now a Philadelphia Eagle, and the Cowboys are left with a crew of guys in Joseph Randle, Darren McFadden, Lance Dunbar and (no it’s not a placeholder name) John Smith.

    Clearly they’re in need of a solid running back to let loose behind that strong offensive line, and Gordon would be an ideal fit.

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