Round 6
PICK(OVR)PLAYER/SCHOOLPOSDRAFTED BYNOTES
  • Wilson is very instinctive with a wide range and a nose for the ball. However, he is undersized and has trouble taking on and disengaging from blocks.
  • He is a zone-busting WR who lacks quickness and fluidity to consistently separate form coverage at the next level. While he shows solid hands, he lacks elite body control to consistently pull in throws outside of his frame.
  • Love is an aggressive player who shows good inline power to get movement on defenders as a run blocker. However, he is a waist-bender and lacks lateral quickness which will probably force him to move from OT to OG.
  • He is at his best attacking the line of scrimmage, but is not a great read-and-react player and will likely play WILB in the Bills' 3-4 scheme. He's not a great cover guy but adequate in zone.
  • Raymond is a hybrid who can play S and CB. He shows above-average athleticism and quickness to get a beat on the ball. Concerns with him are his lack of top-end speed and he needs to improve in run support.
  • He displays good lateral movement, lateral quickness and above-average range against the run. However, he needs to get stronger at the point of attack because he can get engulfed by bigger blockers. In addition, he lacks elite instincts.
  • He has a good frame and natural strength at the point of attack. He also plays with aggressiveness and works to finish blocks. Concerns are he is a limited athlete and needs to play with more consistent pad level.
  • He is an instinctive, tough CB who shows above-average instincts and is a heavy special teams contributor as as a non-returner.
  • He is more of an H-back type where he brings great versatility in the passing game. Offensive coordinator Brian Daboll will need to be creative, but this can be a good pick for Miami.
  • He brings good length and solid frame to protect the edge in pass protection. He needs to work on playing with more consistent pad level as a run blocker.
  • Harris is not a home run hitter but there?s a lot to like about his quickness, ball skills, competitiveness and toughness.
  • Royster is an efficient runner with some upside on passing downs but he doesn?t have the power or speed to develop into a team?s primary ball carrier.
  • Robinson has very good ball skills and enough speed to contribute as a sub-package slot receiver in the NFL. He must, however, get bigger and stronger while also finding ways to contribute on special teams.
  • Schaluderaff has enough size and tenacity to become an effective reserve guard but his upside is limited by his minimal lateral mobility.
  • Taylor is an outstanding athlete. The question is whether he can improve enough as a passer to develop into a legitimate NFL quarterback.
  • He has the size, frame and speed to develop into a No. 2 TE. He should be used primarily as a blocker and has to show he can develop into a pass-catcher.
  • Johnson has excellent speed and big-play potential, however, lack of body control and focus catching the ball could prevent him from ever maximizing his skill set.
  • Todman is undersized with a shifty, slashing-type of running style. He was a workhorse in college but durability in the NFL is somewhat of a concern. He also shows potential as a kick returner in the NFL.
  • Carter shows good quickness for his size and active hands. However, he needs to play with a lower pad level and lacks an elite anchor on the inside.
  • Jones has the tools to become an adequate reserve and potential starter down the road with proper development at MLB in a 4-3 scheme.
  • Smith has a hard time anchoring when teams run at him and he has limitations in coverage. He will also contribute on special teams.
  • He's never going to provide the explosiveness and versatility of a featured back in the NFL but he has enough talent to contribute as a between-the-tackles complement.
  • He is fluid and fast for his size but has inconsistent route recognition and some off the field problems.
  • Mohamed is an overachiever who uses instincts, technique, toughness and effort to make up for his lack of good physical tools.
  • He is a safety who is an instinctive run defender who can be a heavy special teams contributor.
  • Kelce?s upside is limited by his frame, however, he has the quickness, toughness and enough football intelligence to develop into an effective reserve who can provide depth at guard and center.
  • Bosher has the skill sets and versatility to contribute as a punter but he can also be used a place kicker or kickoff specialist.
  • Rolle has the tenacity, upper body strength and enough range to develop into an effective reserve outside linebacker. He will also contribute on special teams.
  • He is a former DE who is a disruptive player and will likely switch to OLB in the 3-4. He does a good job finding and reacting to the football. He had 19 tackles for loss last year. This is clearly a developmental prospect.
  • Thomas lacks elite size but has the athleticism and tools to develop into an adequate reserve and strong special teams contributor at the next level.
  • Williams has the frame, power and toughness to develop into an adequate reserve but he?ll have to play with better pad level and improve his footwork.
  • He is undersized and will play the OLB position because he has a great motor and flashes some pass-rushing capability. However, he needs to get stronger against the run.
  • Sash has limitations athletically but he does possess the instincts, toughness and prowess to develop into a valued contributor as a reserve and heavy special teams player at the next level.
  • Powe doesn?t have great stamina and his ability to control his weight is a concern but he has rare upside as a nose tackle for the Chiefs.
  • Homan has the skill set to become an adequate sub-package reserve and potential starter down the road as a WLB in the Vikings' 4-3 scheme.
  • Schilling has the size and tenacity to provide quality depth at guard, but he needs to get stronger and improve his footwork.
  • He is an undersized LB who shows good range, however, he is going to need to add bulk and take on and shed blocks at the point of attack.
  • Williams has the frame and toughness to develop into a reliable reserve who can provide depth at guard and center. However, his technique is lacking.