It appears to be all but guaranteed that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will take Jameis Winston with the top pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, but there are varying options about the projected draft position of Marcus Mariota. A year after Winston was named the Heisman Trophy winner, Mariota won the award, and the quarterbacks have a chance to be the top two picks on April 30.

The Tennessee Titans could use an upgrade at quarterback, but they might not use their first pick on Mariota. That doesn’t mean that the Oregon quarterback won’t go No.2 overall. ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. says the buzz around the league is that Mariota will likely be gone by the third pick, one way or another.

A few teams looking for a franchise quarterback could trade up to No. 2. The New York Jets have been rumored to be interested in Mariota, but he might not be available when the team drafts at No. 6. The Chicago Bears could be looking for Jay Cutler’s future replacement, though the team expects him to be the starter after a rough 2014 season. The St. Louis Rams could also be a destination for Mariota, Kiper says, following the team’s swap of Sam Bradford to Philadelphia for Nick Foles.

It’s been three years since two quarterbacks were taken consecutively at the top of the draft. The Indianapolis Colts drafted Andrew Luck first overall in 2012, and the Washington Redskins made a trade with St. Louis to select Robert Griffin III.

2015 NFL Mock Draft

1)     Tampa Bay Buccaneers, QB Jameis Winston, Florida State

2)     Tennessee Titans, QB Marcus Mariota, Oregon

3)     Jacksonville Jaguars, OLB Dante Fowler, Florida

4)     Oakland Raiders, DE Leonard Williams, USC

5)     Washington Redskins, OLB Vic Beasley, Clemson

6)     New York Jets, DE Shane Ray, Missouri

7)     Chicago Bears, WR Amari Cooper, Alabama

8)     Atlanta Falcons, OLB Randy Gregory, Nebraska

9)     New York Giants, OT Brandon Scherff, Iowa

10)   St. Louis Rams, WR Kevin White, West Virginia

11)   Minnesota Vikings, OT T.J. Clemmings, Pittsburgh

12)   Cleveland Browns, OT Andrus Peat, Stanford

13)   New Orleans Saints, CB Trae Waynes, Michigan State

14)   Miami Dolphins, WR DeVante Parker, Louisville

15)   San Francisco 49ers, NT Danny Shelton, Washington

16)   Houston Texans, DT Eddie Goldman, Florida State

17)   San Diego Chargers, OLB Bud Dupree, Kentucky

18)   Kansas City Chiefs, WR Jalen Strong, Arizona State

19)   Cleveland Browns, ILB Benardrick McKinney, Mississippi State

20)   Philadelphia Eagles, SS Landon Collins, Alabama

21)   Cincinnati Bengals, LB Shaq Thompson, Washington

22)   Pittsburgh Steelers, CB Marcus Peters, Washington

23)   Detroit Lions, DT Malcolm Brown, Texas

24)   Arizona Cardinals, ILB Eric Kendricks, UCLA

25)   Carolina Panthers, OT La’el Collins, LSU

26)   Baltimore Ravens, CB Kevin Johnson, Wake Forest

27)   Dallas Cowboys, RB Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin

28)   Denver Broncos, WR Dorial Green-Beckham, Oklahoma

29)   Indianapolis Colts, RB Todd Gurley, Georgia

30)   Green Bay Packers, OLB Eli Harold, Virginia

31)   Seattle Seahawks, WR Devin Funchess, Michigan

32)   New England Patriots, DT Arik Armstead, Oregon