5 college reunions that could happen in the NFL Draft

1) Chip Kelly and Marcus Mariota I imagine the Roseman/Kelly saga involved a conversation like this: Roseman: Chip, where are the results? Kelly: I just need the right guys! I told you, I need Oregon guys in the draft, and what do you give me? Roseman: I did! I drafted Josh Huff and Taylor Hart! Kelly: Yeah, no. I meant ALL Oregon guys. Give them all to me. They're the only ones who truly understand me. Just let me do it next year. This is the obvious one getting all the press, but Kelly's love for Mariota (and many of his former players at Oregon) is well documented. With the 20th pick, it's definitely a long-shot, but if Kelly isn't sold on his current personnel, some of those pieces would be very attractive to some of the Top 5 teams. I'm looking at you Jags (McCoy?) and Titans (Foles?). Throw in a 3rd or a 4th, and it's a deal. I don't even like the Eagles, but it would be awesome to see Kelly's offense take even 80% of the form it had in Oregon. 2) Teddy Bridgewater and DeVante Parker If you put 2013 Bridgewater with 2014 Parker (who put up comparable numbers to his 2013 stats in half the games), I think Louisville has a better run than they did. Still, they were impressive together. Vikings' GM Rick Spielman has already talked with Parker, and despite saying Bridgewater has nothing to do with it, it has to be tempting. Look at these highlights. They're like one singular mind, always knowing exactly where to place and find the ball. 3) Blake Bortles and Breshad Perriman This would be a tough one to pull off. It would be insane to take him with the third pick with the other needs in Jacksonville (RB, OT, CB, etc..) and he might not last until the second round, but Perriman was Bortles favorite deep ball target at UCF. A trade down, or a trade back into the mid-to-late first might be worth it. 4) Teddy Bridgewater and Amari Cooper This reunion is less talked about that Parker/Bridgewater, but the one that makes more sense for the Vikings. They played together at Miami Northwestern. Cooper is almost "uncoverable" in medium routes, an area where the Vikings were lacking in 2014. Parker is more of a deep threat. It comes down to whether Minnesota is convinced that Jarius Wright and/or Charles Johnson can become the primary long-ball target. 5) Jeremy Hill and Connor Neighbors This is my sleeper pick. Hill had an impressive rookie year in Cincinnati averaging 5.1 yards per carry behind a sub-par line. The fullback is a dying breed in the NFL, and one I'd love to see resurrected. Watch this (at :46) or any number of Hill's LSU highlights, and you'll see Neighbors frequently paving the way. He'll be available in the 6th or 7th round, so what have you got to lose? Follow me on Twitter @erikoehler

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