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2015 NFL Mock Draft: 7 Rounds

Round 6

Posted By Jesse Lucas Last Updated: April 21, 2015.

  1. Tennessee Titans: Andrew Donnall, OT, Iowa

    Andrew Donnall can be either a backup right guard to Chance Warmack or the starting right tackle across from left tackle Taylor Lewan. It really depends on how much work he puts in.

  2. New England Patriots: Jaquel Pitts, WR, Mayville State

    Jaquel Pitts sounds like a very promising receiver. We had him on Draft Utopia's Podcast last Sunday, and he's a guy the Patriots have to get on Day 3. I really like what I heard from Pitts and wish I had the opportunity to interview him.

  3. Oakland Raiders: David Johnson, RB, Northern Iowa

    Oakland cannot rely on just Trent Richardson. I think the Raiders will get a running back on Day 3 of the 2015 NFL Draft.

  4. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jacoby Glenn, CB, Central Florida

    Jacoby Glenn is the top cornerback available. Glenn just makes too much sense for a team like the Jacksonville Jaguars.

  5. Seattle Seahawks: Hayes Pullard, MLB, USC

    Bobby Wagner's contract is up in 2016. So is Russell Wilson's along with left tackle Russell Okung's. There's a chance Wagner might be the odd man out if one of those three has to leave for salary cap reasons so Seattle drafts a third Trojan in Hayes Pullard here.

  6. Washington Redskins: Jeremiah Detmer, K, Toledo

    Jeremiah Detmer had career low 77.3 field goal percentage in 2014. He still has an 84.4 career field goal percentage at Toledo making him the top kicker in an extremely thin draft class at kicker.

  7. Chicago Bears: Terry Poole, OT, San Diego State

    Chicago needs a right tackle across from Jermon Bushrod. One guy the Bears like is Terry Poole out of San Diego State.

  8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Merrill Noel, CB, Wake Forest

    Merrill Noel was ranked ahead of Kevin Johnson entering the 2014 FBS Season. I still believe that someone will take Noel in the late rounds. Tampa Bay could use another corner for depth behind the undersized Alteraun Verner and inexperienced Jonathan Banks.

  9. Atlanta Falcons: Junior Salt, G, Utah

    The Atlanta Falcons never replaced Justin Blaylock in Free Agency. Atlanta has to address this dire need in the NFL Draft.

  10. New York Giants: Damian Swann, CB, Georgia

    The New York Giants could use another cornerback. Damian Swann provides great value as a nickel corner in the sixth round.

  11. New Orleans Saints: Ellis McCarthy, DT, UCLA

    Something tells me the Saints examine Ellis McCarthy. Sure McCarthy didn't receive a lot of playing time. McCarthy is a good 3-4 nose tackle to have for depth and the Saints could use a nose tackle for depth in the final two rounds.

  12. Buffalo Bills: Tyler Varga, FB, Yale

    Buffalo needs a fullback. Tyler Varga obliterated his competition in the 2015 Senior Bowl, and is the top fullback in the 2015 NFL Draft.

  13. Cleveland Browns: Derrick Malone, MLB, Oregon

    Cleveland can spend a late round pick on a middle linebacker for depth. Oregon middle linebacker Derrick Malone is the top player available.

  14. San Francisco 49ers: Jalston Fowler, FB, Alabama

    Another fullback besides Tyler Varga to keep an eye on is Jalston Fowler. Varga and Fowler are the only sure things at fullback and there's some speculation that Varga might move to running back making Fowler the only pure fullback in this years Draft if that's the case.

  15. Miami Dolphins: Jeff Luc, MLB, Cincinnait

    The Miami Dolphins need a middle linebacker now that they shipped Dannelle Ellerbe to the New Orleans Saints in the trade for Kenny Stills. Jeff Luc out of Cincinnati has amazing tape with sound tackling, necessary run stuffing, and outstanding zone coverage. Luc recorded 120 of his 187 career tackles in 2014.

  16. San Diego Chargers: Nigel King, WR, Kansas

    The only way to replace Eddie Royal, is to draft Nigel King you highness.

  17. Kansas City Chiefs: Mark Glowinski, G, West Virginia

    I don't think the Chiefs need another guard. Mark Glowinski did start at right guard with the Mountaineers so he is somebody that the Chiefs might consider here.

  18. Buffalo Bills: Da'Ron Brown, WR, Northern Illinois

    Da'Ron Brown is a quality slot receiver. He's a hard working athlete and may be the best blocking receiver in the entire draft when it comes to setting up running plays. Brown has inconsistent hands despite recording 15 of his 19 career receiving touchdowns during his final 2 seasons with the Northern Illinois Huskies.

  19. Houston Texans: D'Joun Smith, CB, Florida Atlantic

    D'Joun Smith is the top cornerback left. He makes sense for a team like the Houston Texans.

  20. Philadelphia Eagles: Nick Marshall, CB, Auburn

    The only thing more Looney Tunes than the Marcus Mariota trade rumors would be for the Eagles to draft Nick Marshall. Marshall can play in a spread offense at quarterback or he can be a cornerback for depth. Regardless of which position he plays, there's a good chance he gets cut unless he dominates in the Pre Season to earn a roster spot.

  21. Cincinnati Bengals: Justin Arias, QB, Idaho State

    Justin Arias had two seasons of over 3,500 passing yards at Idaho State. This guy is much better than any of the day 3 quarterbacks remaining. Bryce Petty is a terrible listener and Sean Mannion lacks the accuracy to be this pick for the Bengals in the event that Andy Dalton continues to lose in the Playoffs.

    I love how Justin Arias carried himself in our interview with him which is why I bumped him up. You can listen to that interview in this podcast widget below.

  22. Arizona Cardinals: Sean Mannion, QB, Oregon State

    Sean Mannion has been working out with Jordan Palmer. It's kind of fitting if Mannion went to Arizona to sit and learn behind Carson Palmer. Mannion could also challenge Logan Thomas for a spot on the roster.

  23. Pittsburgh Steelers: Ibraheim Campbell, S, Northwestern

    Pittsburgh needs multiple safeties now. Even if you draft someone to replace Troy Polamalu at strong safety, you will also need to find an upgrade at free safety.

  24. Detroit Lions: Rannell Hall, WR, Central Florida

    Rannell Hall played next to Breshad Perriman at Central Florida. He'll be beyond fortunate if he gets to play next to Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate in the slot.

  25. Carolina Panthers: Connor Halliday, QB, Washington State

    Unlike his predecessor Jeff Tuel, I expect Halliday to get drafted. Despite going undrafted Tuel, had a chance to compete for the starting job witht the Buffalo Bills. Halliday on the other hand would end up competing to be the Carolina Panthers third string quarterback behind Cam Newton and Derek Anderson. How Halliday adapts from Mike Leech's shotgun spread to a Pro Style offense will determine whether he stays or gets cut by the team that drafts him during Training Camp.

  26. Cleveland Browns: Darren Waller, WR, Georgia Tech

    Darren Waller weighs 6-5 241 lbs. This Yellow Jacket is bigger than Calvin Johnson. If he can catch the ball and display outstanding character, I can yell Get Bent Josh Gordon like the foolish GM that texted the Browns owner about what to do during the game.

  27. Denver Broncos: Anthony Harrison, S, UCLA

    Denver adds safety Anthony Harrison to their roster. Harrison was a free safety at UCLA just like 2011 second round pick Rahim Moore.

  28. Baltimore Ravens: Jake Ryan, OLB, Michigan

    Baltimore takes the best defensive player available for depth. Jake Ryan goes to Baltimore to compete for a roster spot.

  29. Indianapolis Colts: Ryan Murphy, FS, Oregon State

    Indianapolis needs a free safety. Ryan Murphy is the best player available.

  30. Green Bay Packers: Mike Sadler, P, Michigan State

    Who does Green Bay have at punter? Mike Sadler might be an upgrade.

  31. Indianapolis Colts: Corey Robinson, OT, South Carolina

    Corey Robinson played left tackle at South Carolina. He's a good developmental player. For starters, he can be a backup to left tackle Anthony Costanzo who happens to be in a contract year. Second he would provide much needed depth behind Gosder Cherillus if he moved over to right tackle with his 6-8 355 lb frame.

  32. Tennessee Titans: Matt Jones, RB, Florida

    Matt Jones is 6-2 230 lbs. He's not a 1,000 yard rusher, and would clearly be a #2 back to take some carries away from Bishop Sankey when Sankey fatigues. This would be a guy that gets 5-10 carries a game until Sankey goes down.

  33. Seattle Seahawks: Damian Parms, S, Florida Atlantic

    Seattle grabs Damian Parms as a safety for depth in round 6.

  34. Green Bay Packers: Craig Mager, CB, Texas State

    Craig Mager out of Texas State is a guy to keep an eye on.

  35. Houston Texans: Jeff Heurmann, TE, Ohio State

    Houston needs another tight end. Jeff Heurmann is a good day 3 pick with premium value at this juncture.

  36. Pittsburgh Steelers: James Vaughters, 3-4 MLB, Stanford

    Pittsburgh gets their 3-4 middle linebacker for depth. James Vaughters is the top 3-4 middle linebacker left.

  37. Green Bay Packers: Davis Tull, OLB, Tennessee Chattanooga

    Green Bay gets a pass rusher for depth. Acquiring Davis Tull near the end of round 6 would be a huge steal or a typical day in the life of Ted Thompson depending on who you asked.

  38. Seattle Seahawks: Zach Wagenmann, OLB, Montana

    ZacH Wagenmann is the FCS version of Clay Matthews. He might also end up replacing Bruce irvin in a year from now when the Seahawks are on the brink of exceeding the NFL Salary Cap.

  39. St. Louis Rams: Greg Mancz, G, Toledo

    A backup right guard behind second year right guard Brandon Washington is needed. Greg Mancz can fill that role plus he has the versatility to play anywhere on the interior offensive line.

  40. Houston Texans: Connor Neighbors, FB, LSU

    Outside of Tyler Varga and Jalston Fowler, Connor Neighbors is the top fullback left.

  41. Kansas City Chiefs: Max Garcia, C, Florida

    Florida's star center Max Garcia has the versatility to play anywhere on the offensive line at left tackle, left guard, center, right guard, and right tackle. The last Gator with that much versatility on the offensive line was Maurkice Pouncey. Kansas City grabs Garcia as a backup offensive lineman here.

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