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This past Wednesday, while watching a full slate of SFLm games, I received an email from an anonymous tipster. It read:

“My dear Mr. Bentley – I hope this email finds you well. Please find attached the following Round One Mock Draft for the SFL’s 15th Season, with descriptions and positions entailed within.”

After having read over the incognito informant’s work, it struck me as knowledgeable and educated, and thusly I have decided at length to publish it, unabridged. How it will align with the eventual Season 15 Draft is anyone’s guess, but for the time being I now present the Anonymous Analyst’s Season 15 Round 1 Mock Draft.

PICK #TEAMSELECTIONDESCRIPTION

1

Fort Worth Toros
Jay Cue, QBFort Worth take the consensus number one pick at QB to become the foundation of their franchise.

2

Portland Fleet
CJ Arthur, WRPortland have already secured a seasoned QB, albeit a slightly rusty one, in Matt South. CJ Arthur is a potent threat and can develop into a full time starter.

3

London Knights
Vernard Patterson, DTVernard Patterson is one of the most talented inside rushers to come into the SFL in many seasons. He will be a day one starter alongside Davidson.

4

Houston Hyenas
Brody Gulch, LBHouston rue their chance to miss out on Patterson on the D-Line, and instead reload with the number one linebacker prospect.

5

Carolina Skyhawks
Wolf Justice, DEJustice is the standout edge rusher and fills a key need on a Skyhawks line that is soft at the ends.

6

Louisiana Revolution
Ben Stone, QBLouisiana are heavy favorites in the Pichler sweepstakes, but if he decides to return to St. Louis, Ben Stone is a good alternative for the Revs.

7

Arizona Scorpions
Nick Rhodes, SSArizona is known for stout defense. Eddie Gauge reaffirms his commitment to this and snaps up a young star at strong safety.

8

Lone Star Glory
Cameron Curtis, QBLone Star have been strong performers in free agency, but they need a quarterback. With two already gone, the Glory take one here.

9

Tulsa Desperados
Geralt Winkler, FSWinkler is the top free safety prospect. Tulsa bags a key need at a good position in the first round.

10

Denver Nightwings
Billy Ray Valentine, DESimilar to Carolina, Denver lacks edge rushers. They will be able to snag a good option in Billy Ray Valentine here.

11

Florida Storm
Iggy Swift, FBMax Paul is known for being the fullback whisperer. Iggy Swift is a top talent in an underrated position.

12

Las Vegas Fury
Fox Highwind, RBLas Vegas must be pinching themselves for getting the top running back prospect at this slot, but nobody above them is desperate at the position.

13

Mexico City Aztecs
Derwin Nuevo, DTDerwin Nuevo has good stats and has a lot of upside, and Mexico City needs an inside rusher with only a single spot to fill.

14

St. Louis Gladiators
TJ Punk, TESt. Louis need to fill a considerable number of holes. Every good offense needs a strong tight end. TJ Punk is the best on the board.

15

Chicago Wildcats
NO PICKChicago has filled their roster, and therefore are not eligible for a pick.

16

Charleston Predators
Beth Horrell, WRCharleston's receiver options are decidedly limited. They can pick a solid WR2 in Beth Horrell at pick 16 - a steal.

17

Jacksonville Kings
Cam Frosby, DEFrank Goodin pioneered the all star D-Line. Cam Frosby can continue a solid legacy at edge rusher in Jacksonville.

18

Baltimore Vultures
Shaud Allen, SSShaud Allen is the second best strong safety on the board and Baltimore needs one. This is a solid pick.

19

Queen City Corsairs
Javier Vasquez, QBCould the AJ Caswell era be over? With some solid options on the board, Erik Barkley opts for a new gunslinger in Queen City.

20

Vancouver Legion
Sheppard Valkarian, OLAndy Hamilton calibrates his offensive line with the top prospect on the board.

21

Sioux Falls Sparrows
NO PICKSioux Falls has filled their roster, and therefore are not eligible for a pick.

22

Atlanta Swarm

Derrick Majors, QBAnother talented QB goes off the board as Atlanta select their replacement for Marcus Dunhill.
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