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2016 NFL Mock Draft: 7 Rounds





Round 6


Posted By Tony Mario Last Updated: April 7, 2016.


  1. Cleveland Browns: De'Runnya Wilson, WR, Mississippi State

    Cleveland drafts another receiver for depth here. De'Runnya Wilson is a big target, but his 40 time at the 2016 NFL Combine really hurt him.


  2. Tennessee Titans: Issac Seumalo, C, Oregon State

    dd>Issac Seumalo has the versatility to play anywhere on the offensive line. Tennessee can draft him for depth here and have him compete with Andy Gallik for a roster spot.

  3. San Francisco 49ers: Juston Burris, CB, North Carolina State

    The 49ers need a cornerback. Juston Burris is the top cornerback left.


  4. San Diego Chargers: Bryce Williams, TE, East Carolina

    San Diego drafts a tight end for depth. Bryce Williams reminds me of Jeremy Shockey and could compliment Antonio Gates like LaDarius Green did before signing with Pittsburgh.



  5. Minnesota Vikings: Stephen Weatherly, ROLB, Vanderbilt

    Stephen Weatherly played 3-4 right outside linebacker at Vanderbilt. He could be used as a right outside linebacker for depth on the Vikings as a backup here.


  6. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jalin Marshall, WR, Ohio State

    Jacksonville gets a wide receiver for depth. Jalin Marshall has the speed to play special teams in the sixth round.


  7. Baltimore Ravens: Parker Ehinger, RG, Cincinnati

    Parker Ehinger is a late round project. He's a good player to groom behind Parker Ehinger.


  8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jamie Byrd, FS, South Florida

    Tampa Bay gets an extremely versatile safety for depth in Jamie Byrd who had 60 solo tackles, 28 assisted tackles, 88 total tackles and 11 tackles for a loss at South Florida in 2015. Byrd can play field cornerback, boundary cornerback, nickel cornerback, free safety, and strong safety. Byrd was just as versatile as Jalen Ramsey in South Florida's game against Florida State earlier in 2015.



  9. New York Giants: LaDarrell McNeil, SS, Tennessee

    The New York Giants need a safety across from Landon Collins. LaDarrell McNeil started at strong safety and free safety when he was at Tennessee and is extremely versatile which is why he is worth a late round look. I'm more concerned about his durability rather than whether he can start at either strong safety or free safety since he's played both safety spots.


  10. Chicago Bears: Cody Kessler, QB, USC

    The Chicago Bears draft a quarterback to groom behind Jay Cutler. Cody Kessler is a bargain in the sixth round.


  11. Miami Dolphins: Deon Bush, SS, Miami FL

    Miami gets a Hurricane in Deon Bush. He is undersized, gets penalized too much, and has trouble wrapping up tackles. He has nice speed and is okay in coverage, but he also has a lot of flaws and will be a three year project.


  12. Washington Redskins: Vernon Adams Jr., QB, Oregon

    Washington gets a third string quarterback to replace Robert Griffin III. They go with Vernon Adams Jr. here.



  13. Philadelphia Eagles: James Cowser, LE, Southern Utah

    Philadelphia will get a defensive end for depth. James Cowser can play 4-3 defensive end at right end or left end as well as 3-4 outside linebacker as he's incredibly versatile.


  14. Dallas Cowboys: Travis Feeney, LOLB, Washington

    Travis Feeney pass rushes like Kikaha and has the versatility of Shaq Thompson when you compare him to his teammates in the 2015 NFL Draft. Feeney could be a good left outside linebacker for Dallas and with the versatility to play 4-3 right end, 4-3 left end, 3-4 right outside linebacker, 3-4 left outside linebacker, 4-3 right outside linebacker, or 4-3 left outside linebacker, Feeney has the versatility you look for. He needs to get stronger though. Feeney got pummeled against Oregon left tackle Tyler Johnstone.


  15. Los Angeles Rams: Taylor Fallin, LT, Memphis

    Los Angeles gets Taylor Fallin, Paxton Lynch's blindside at Memphis. Fallin would be a backup to Greg Robinson at left tackle.


  16. Detroit Lions: Aaron Green, RB, TCU

    Detroit grabs a left guard for depth. Aaron Green would be a good running back for depth.



  17. Buffalo Bills: Matt Hegarty, C, Oregon

    The Buffalo Bills can get Matt Hegarty here. The successor to Hroniss Grasu was a transfer center from Notre Dame that transferred to Oregon because they could not beat out Nick Martin for the center job at Notre Dame, but he did fill in for Martin in 2013 when Martin was injured.


  18. Tennessee Titans: Kris Frost, 3-4 MLB, Auburn

    The Titans add a 3-4 middle linebacker here. Kris Frost is a steal at this point.


  19. Oakland Raiders: Cassanova McKinzy, MLB, Auburn

    Oakland grabs their starting middle linebacker in the sixth round. McKinzy had 20 tackles for a loss and can fly all over the field while dropping back into coverage.


  20. Houston Texans: Tevin Carter, SS, Utah

    Tevin Carter can play cornerback, strong safety, or free safety with his versatility. He's a good defensive back to add for depth in the late rounds. His footwork, speed, agility, and versatility make him a late round pick.



  21. New England Patriots: Roger Lewis, WR, Auburn

    New England goes with Roger Lewis, a sophomore redshirt who posted two seasons of 1,000 receiving yards. Lewis should find a way onto New England's roster and would not be surprised if he beat out Chris Hogan and Nate Washington for a starting job.


  22. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Anthony Brown, CB, Purdue

    Tampa Bay goes cornerback once again. Anthony Brown ran a 4.35 40 time so his blazing fast speed gets him drafted in the late rounds.


  23. San Diego Chargers: Matt Iodannis, 3-4 RE, Temple

    San Diego drafts the undersized Matt Iodannis for depth. He can start out as a backup to Corey Liuget who is coming off an injury.


  24. Cincinnati Bengals: Justin Simmons, FS, Boston College

    Cincinnati gets a free safety to replace Reggie Nelson. Justin Simmons has the versatility to play field cornerback, boundary cornerback, nickel cornerback, dime cornerback, quarter cornerback, strong safety, and free safety. You can practically put Simmons anywhere on the secondary.



  25. Green Bay Packers: Tyler Marz, LT, Wisconsin

    Tyler Marz would be a nice addition. Marz can be a backup left tackle for depth.


  26. Jacksonville Jaguars: D.J. White, CB, Georgia Tech

    Jacksonville gets a cornerback here. D.J. White makes total sense at this point for more depth.


  27. Detroit Lions: Jonathan Woodard, LE, Central Arkansas

    The Lions need a 4-3 defensive end. Jonathan Woodard stops the run like a defensive tackle making him a nautral situational run stuffer for depth and can line up on either side.


  28. Kansas City Chiefs: Nate Sudfield, QB, Indiana

    Nate Sudfield has better physical tools then Alex Smith. He has good accuracy, and awareness. He could have great accuracy and awareness if he develops behind Smith and with a 6-6 240 lb frame Sudfield could provide Tom Brady like value for the Chiefs in the sixth round if he can become their future starter.



  29. New England Patriots: Kolby Listenbee, WR, TCU

    The Patriots get another wide receiver. Kolby Listenbee is more of a speed guy rather than a size receiver and we all know Belichick loves variety with his receivers.


  30. Arizona Cardinals: Mike Matthews, C, Texas A&M

    Arizona needs a starting center. Luckily for them they can get one this late with Mike Matthews could have a similar impact that Andy Gallik had as a sixth round pick starting as a center.


  31. Chicago Bears: Marshaun Coprich, RB, Illinois State

    Chicago drafts a running back for depth. Marshaun Coprich can challenge Ka'Deem Carey for the backup running back job while Jeremy Langford takes a majority of the snaps as a three down back with the Bears.


  32. San Francisco 49ers: Justin Zimmer, 3-4 LE, Ferris State

    San Francisco gets Justin ZImmer for depth. Zimmer provides incredible value in the late sixth round.



  33. New England Patriots: Josh Ferguson, RB, Illinois

    New England gets the 208th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the Houston Texans signed New England Patriots defensive tackle Vince Wilfork as a nose tackle in their 3-4 defense in the 2015 NFL Free Agency Period after Wilfork became a Free Agent in 2015.


    Josh Ferguson is a bargain in this round. He gives the Patriots a running back for depth.


  34. Detroit Lions: Taveze Calhoun, CB, Mississippi State

    Detroit gets the 209th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the St. Louis Rams signed Detroit Lions defensive tackle Nick Fairley in the 2015 NFL Free Agency Period after Fairley became a Free Agent in 2015.


    Detroit gets a cornerback for depth. Taveze Calhoun could compete for a roster spot he's a dime corner at best.


  35. Baltimore Ravens: Derrick Kindred, FS, TCU

    Baltimore gets the 210th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the Denver Broncos signed Baltimore Ravens tight end Owen Daniels in the 2015 NFL Free Agency Period after Daniels became a Free Agent in 2015.


    The Ravens get Derrick Kindred at safety for depth. Kindred played strong safety in high school and free safety at TCU. He was also a running back in high school and is known for having blazing speed and effective run stuffing, despite being shaky in coverage. Kindred would come in as a backup safety to both Eric Weddle at free safety and Matt Elam at strong safety.


  36. San Francisco 49ers: Tyler Higbee, TE, Western Kentucky

    San Francisco gets the 211th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the Indianapolis Colts signed San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore in the 2015 NFL Free Agency Period as a running back after Gore became a Free Agent in 2015.


    The 49ers draft a tight end. Tyler Higbee is someone that can compliment Vance McDonald as the #2 tight end in San Francisco.



  37. Dallas Cowboys: Cayleb Jones, WR, Arizona

    Dallas gets the 212th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed Dallas Cowboys left outside linebacker Bruce Carter in the 2015 NFL Free Agency Period as left outside linebacker after Carter became a Free Agent in 2015.


    Dallas grabs a wide receiver. The 6-4 215 lb Cayleb Jones provides too much upside this late in the draft to pass on.


  38. San Francisco 49ers: Ken Crawley, CB, Colorado

    San Francisco gets the 213th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the Jacksonville Jaguars signed San Francisco 49ers linebacker Dan Skuta in the 2015 NFL Free Agency Period as a 4-3 left outside linebacker after Skuta became a Free Agent in 2015.


    San Francisco needs two starting corners. They already drafted one cornerback and Ken Crawley would be the other cornerback. Ken Crawley fits a huge need at cornerback.


  39. New England Patriots: John Theus, RT, Georgia

    New England gets the 214th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the New York Giants signed New England Patriots running back Shane Vereen in the 2015 NFL Free Agency Period as a running back after Vereen became a Free Agent in 2015.


    New England needs an offensive tackle for depth. The Patriots can take a flyer on John Theus late in the sixth round.


  40. Seattle Seahawks: Keyarris Garrett, WR, Tulsa

    Seattle gets the 215th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the Oakland Raiders signed Seattle Seahawks right outside linebacker Malcolm Smith in the 2015 NFL Free Agency Period after Smith became a Free Agent in 2015.


    Keyarris Garrett is the top wide receiver left. Seattle can take him for depth here.



  41. Dallas Cowboys: Tyler Ervin, RB, San Jose State

    Dallas gets the 216th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Henry Melton in the 2015 NFL Free Agency Period after Melton became a Free Agent in 2015.


    Dallas adds a running back for depth. Tyler Ervin is the top running back left at this point.


  42. Dallas Cowboys: Cyrus Jones, CB, Alabama

    Dallas gets the 217th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the Atlanta Falcons signed Dallas Cowboys right outside linebacker Justin Durant in the 2015 NFL Free Agency Period after Durant became a Free Agent in 2015.


    Dallas goes with a cornerback here. Cyrus Jones out of Alabama would be a great dime cornerback for depth that could develop into a nickel corner over time.


  43. Buffalo Bills: David Morgan, TE, Texas San Antonio

    Buffalo gets the 218th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the New Orleans Saints signed Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller in the 2015 NFL Free Agency Period after Spiller became a Free Agent in 2015.


    David Morgan tore it up at the 2016 NFL Combine. He's a great depth player to add here.


  44. Denver Broncos: R.J. Williamson, SS, Michigan State

    Denver gets the 219th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the Washington Redskins signed Denver Broncos nose tackle Terrance Knighton in the 2015 NFL Free Agency Period after Knighton became a Free Agent in 2015.


    Denver grabs a safety for depth. R.J. Williamson makes total sense here.



  45. Pittsburgh Steelers: Trae Elston, SS, Ole Miss

    Pittsburgh gets the 220th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the Miami Dolphins signed Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Brice McCain in the 2015 NFL Free Agency Period after McCain became a Free Agent in 2015.


    Trae Elston ran a 4.35 40 at Ole Miss's Pro Day. The problem is he's only a one year starter at strong safety.


  46. New England Patriots: James Burgess, MLB, Louisville

    New England Patriots gets the 221th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the St. Louis Rams signed New England Patrtiots left outside linebacker Akeem Ayers in the 2015 NFL Free Agency Period after Ayers became a Free Agent in 2015.


    New England gets a middle linebacker. James Burgess had over 100 tackles at Louisville and is easily the teams best run stopper after Sheldon Rankins. Burgess can play in the 4-3 or the 3-4 at middle linebacker.










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