2015 NFL Draft Tracker

Round 6:               1. Tennessee Titans: Deiontrez Mount, Outside Linebacker, Louisville               2. New England Patriots (F/Tampa Bay): Matthew Wells, Outside Linebacker, Mississippi State               3. Oakland Raiders: Max Valles, Inside Linebackers, Virginia               4. Jacksonville Jaguars: Michael Bennett, Defensive Tackle, Ohio State               5. Washington Redkins (F/New York Jets): Kyshoen Jarrett, Safety, Virginia Tech               6. Washington Redskins: Tevin Mitchel, Outside Linebacker, Arkansas               7. Chicago Bears: Tayo Fabuluje, Right Tackle, TCU               8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (F/St. Louis): Kaelin Clay, Wide Receiver, Utah               9. Minnesota Vikings (F/Atlanta): Tyrus Thompson, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma               10. New York Giants: Geremy Davis, Wide Receiver, UConn               11. Washington Redskins (F/New Orleans): Even Spencer, Wide Receiver, Ohio State               12. Buffalo Bills (F/Minnesota): Tony Steward, Outside Linebacker, Clemson               13. Cleveland Browns: Charles Gaines, Cornerback, Louisville               14. San Francisco 49ers: Ian Silberman,Guard, Boston College               15.Philadelphia Eagles (F/Miami): JaCorey Shephard, Cornerback, Kansas               16: San Diego Chargers: Darius Philon, Defensive Tackle, Arkansas               17. Minnesota Vikings (F/Kansas City): B.J Dubose, Defensive End, Louisville               18. Buffalo Bills: Nick O'Leary, Tight End, Alabama               19. Cleveland Browns (F/Houston): Malcolm Johnson, Tight End, Mississippi State               20. Philadelphia Eagles: Randall Evens, Cornerback, Kansas State               21. Cincinnati Bengals: Derron Smith, Safety, Fresno State               22. Cleveland Browns (F/Arizona): Randall Telfer, Tight End, USC               23. Pittsburgh Steelers: L.C Walton, Nose Tackle, Central Michigan               24. Detroit Lions: Quandre Diggss, Cornerback, Texas               25. St. Louis Rams (F/Carolina): Bud Sasser, Wide Receiver, Missouri               26. New England Patriots (F/Baltimore): A.J Derby, Tight End, Arkansas               27. Denver Broncos: Darius Kilgo, Defensive Tackle, Maryland               28 Baltimore Ravens (F/Dallas): Darren Waller, Wide Receiver, Georgia tech               29: Indianapolis Colts (F/Dallas): Josh Robinson, Running Back, Mississippi State               30. Green Bay Packers: Aaron Ripkowski, Fullback, Oklahoma               31. Indianapolis Colts (F/Seattle): Amarlo Herrera, Inside Linebacker, Georgia               32. Tennessee Titans: (F/New England): Andy Gallik, Center, Boston College               33. Seattle Seahawks: Obum Gwacham, Defensive End, Oregon State               34. Green Bay Packers: Christian Ringo, Long Snapper, La Fayette               35. Houston Texans: Reshard Cliett, Outside Linebacker, South Florida               36. Pittsburgh Steelers: Anthony Chickillo, Defensive End, Miami (Fla)               37. Green Bay Packers: Kennard Backman, Tight End, UAB               38. Seattle Seahawks: Kristjan Sokali, Defensive End, Buffalo               39. St. Louis Rams: Cody Wichmann, Guard, Fresno State               40. Houston Texans: Christian Covington, Rice               41. Kansas City Chiefs: Rakeem Nunez-Roches, Defensive Tackle, Southern Miss  









2015 NFL Draft Tracker



By Joseph Potter

Date: April 30, 2015





    1. (177) Tennessee Titans: Deiontrez Mount, Outside Linebacker, Louisville.

      Deiontrez Mount is one of the players I like most at this point in the draft. Mount is solid all around but lacks the overall athleticism of a higher selection. He should make the roster as a backup.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Marcus Mariota, Quarterback
                              Round 2: Dorial Greene-Beckham, Wide Receiver
                              Round 3: Jeremiah Poutasi, Offensive Tackle/Guard
                              Round 4: Angelo Blackson, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 4: Jalston Fowler, Fullback
                              Round 5: David Cobb, Running Back



    2. (178) New England Patriots (F/ Tampa Bay): Matt Wells, Rush Linebacker, Mississippi State

      Matt Wells is a solid linebacker who will compete for a special teams position.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Malcom Brown, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Jordan Richards, Safety
                              Round 3: Geneo Grissom, Defensive End
                              Round 4: Trey Flowers, Defensive End
                              Round 4: Tre jackson, Guard
                              Round 4: Shaq Mason, Center
                              Round 5: Joe Cardona, Long Snapper



    3. (179) Oakland Raiders:: Max Valles, Inside Linebacker, Virginia

      The Raiders were not strong on defense last season but with added competition from players like Valles the starting defense could improve quite a bit.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Amari Cooper, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: Mario Edwards Jr., Defensive End
                              Round 3: Clive Walford, Tight End
                              Round 4: Jon Feliciano, Guard
                              Round 5: Ben Heeney, Inside Linebacker
                              Round 5: Neiron Ball, Outside Linebacker



    4. (180) Jacksonville Jaguars: Michael Bennett, Defensive Tackle, Ohio State

      Michael Bennett is an undersized defensive tackle -293 pounds- who excels as an inside pass rusher. Bennett is thick, strong, has long arms, and uses his hands well; yet is not great against the run. Bennett will be a strong part of that pass rush and if he can become better at stopping the run a strong starter.

      . Grade: A

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Dante Fowler Jr. Defensive End
                              Round 2: T.J Yeldon, Running Back
                              Round 3: A.J Cann, Guard
                              Round 4: James Sample, Safety
                              Round 5: Rashad Green, Wide Receiver



    5. (181) Washington Redskins (F/New York Jets) Kyshoen Jarrett, Safety, Virginia Tech

      Virginia Tech has become pretty good at preparing safety prospects for the NFL and Jarrett could contribute early in Washington.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Brandon Scherff, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Preston Smith, Defensive End
                              Round 3: Matt Jones, Running Back
                              Round 4: Jamison Crowder, Wide Receiver
                              Round 4: Arie Kouandjio, Guard
                              Round 5: Martrell Spaight, Rush Linebacker



    6. (182) Washington Redskins: Tevin Mitchell, Outside Linebacker, Arkansas

      Washington didn't really do much to help itself with this pick. Mitchell is a decent player but may be a training camp casualty.

      Grade: C-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Brandon Scherff, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Preston Smith, Defensive End
                              Round 3: Matt Jones, Running Back
                              Round 4: Jamison Crowder, Wide Receiver
                              Round 4: Arie Kouandjio, Guard
                              Round 5: Martrell Spaight, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 5: Kysheon Jarrett, Safety



    7. (183) Chicago Bears: Tayo Fabuluje, Offensive Tackle, TCU

      Offensive line depth for Chicago is critical since when there starters were healthy they weren't very good. Fabulije may be more effective inside.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Kevin White, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: Eddie Goldman, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 3: Hroniss Grasu, Center
                              Round 4: Jeremy Langford, Running back
                              Round 5: Adrian Amos, Safety



    8. (184) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (F/St. Louis): Kaelin Clay, Wide Receiver, Utah

      Second wide receiver taken in a row for Tampa Bay makes you wonder how badly they believe their depth at the position is.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Jameis Winston, Quarterback
                              Round 2: Donovan Smith, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Ali marpet, Guard
                              Round 4: Kwon Alexander, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 5: Kenny Bell, Wide Receiver



    9. (185) Minnesota Vikings (F/Atlanta): Tyrus Thompson, Right Tackle, Oklahoma

      Tyrus Thompson is a moving mountain of a right tackle who has a load of athletic potential. Thompson was projected to go higher and needs to work on his run blocking technique.

      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Trae Waynes, Cornerback
                              Round 2: Erick Kendricks, Insinde Linebacker
                              Round 3: Danielle Hunter, Defensive End
                              Round 4: T.J Clemmings, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 5: MyCole Pruitt, Safety
                              Round 5: Stefon Diggs, Wide Receiver



    10. (186) New York Giants: Geremy Davis, Wide Receiver, UConn

      The Giants are looking for compliments to Odell Beckham Jr. at receiver and a big receiver to develop like Geremy Davis could help that process.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Ereck Flowers, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Landon Collins, Safety,
                              Round 3: Owa Odighizuwa, Defensive End
                              Round 5: Mykkele Thompson, Safety



    11. (187) Washington Redskins (F/New Orleans): Evan Spencer, Wide receiver, Ohio State

      Evan Spencer is an athletic big bodied wide receiver who fits the West Coast offense more than a verticle downfield game.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Brandon Scherff, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Preston Smith, Defensive End
                              Round 3: Matt Jones, Running Back
                              Round 4: Jamison Crowder, Wide Receiver
                              Round 4: Arie Kouandjio, Guard
                              Round 5: Martrell Spaight, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 5: Kysheon Jarrett, Safety
                              Round 6: Tevin Mitchel, Outside Linebacker



    12. (188) Buffalo Bills (F/Minnesota): Tony Steward, Rush Linebacker, Clemson

      The market for strong outside and rush linebackers has pretty much dried up at this point. Steward will be serviceable in 43 packages.

      Grade: C

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 2: Ronald Darby, Cornerback
                              Round 3: John Miller, Guard
                              Round 5: Karlos Williams, Running Back



    13. (189) Cleveland Browns: Charles Gaines, Cornerback, Louisville

      Charles Gaines is a little tight in the hips but has great explosion and ability to catch up to receivers when beaten. He tends to be arrogant athletically and gambles too often, alloiwing receivers to gain a step to draw a throw to his side.

      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Danny Shelton, Defensive/Nose Tackle
                              Round 1: Cameron Erving, Guard/Center
                              Round 2: Nate Orchard, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 3: Duke Johnson, Running Back
                              Round 3: Xavier Cooper, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 4: Ibraheim Campbell, Safety
                              Round 4: Vince Mayle, Wide Receiver



    14. (190) San Francisco 49ers: Ian Silberman, Guard, Boston College

      San Francisco needed to address its offensive line long before this selection in Round 6. That being said, this isn't a bad pick as Silberman is a talented lineman who needs refinement in his technique.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Arik Armstead, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Jaquiski Tartt, Safety
                              Round 3: Eli Harold, Linebacker
                              Round 4: Blake Bell, Tight End
                              Round 4: Mike Davis, Running Back
                              Round 4: DeAndre Smelter, Wide Receiver
                              Round 5: Bradley Pinion, Punter



    15. (191) Philadelphia Eagles (F/Miami): JaCorey Shepherd, Cornerback, Kansas

      Philadelphia needed cornerback depth in this draft and they were able to get a pretty decent player here in Round 6. Shepherd is great at reading the quarterback and going after the ball in the air.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Nelson Agholor, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: Eric Rowe, Cornerback
                              Round 3: Jordan Hicks, Inside Linebacker


    16. (192) San Diego Chargers: Darius Philon, Defensive Tackle, Arkansas

      The Chargers once again make a solid selection. They needed defensive line help and Philon should fit well into the rotation.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Melvin Gordon, Running Back
                              Round 2: Denzel Perryman, Inside Linebacker
                              Round 3: Craig Mager, Cornerback
                              Round 5: Kyle Emanuel, Outside Linebacker



    17. (193) Minnesota Vikings (F/Kansas City): B.J Dubose, Defensive End, Louisville

      B.J Dubose is an energy guy who plays hard but needs to get into the weight room and improve his lower body strength.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Trae Waynes, Cornerback
                              Round 2: Erick Kendricks, Insinde Linebacker
                              Round 3: Danielle Hunter, Defensive End
                              Round 4: T.J Clemmings, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 5: MyCole Pruitt, Safety
                              Round 5: Stefon Diggs, Wide Receiver
                              Round 6: Tyrus Thompson, Offensive Tackle



    18. (194) Buffalo Bills: Nick O'Leary, Tight End, Florida State

      O'Leary is a solid pick who may become an H-Back. O'Leary does everything well, but is an underwhelming athlete who finds ways to get open in the passing game.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 2: Ronald Darby, Cornerback
                              Round 3: John Miller, Guard
                              Round 5: Karlos Williams, Running Back
                              Round 6: Tony Steward, Outside Linebacker



    19. (195) Cleveland Browns (F/Houston): Malcolm Johnson, Tight End, Mississippi State

      Johnson was most likely drafted to be competition in camp and is not likely top make the roster unless he severely outplays a veteran or is given a specialty position as an H-Back where he can use his running back's size and tight end skills in big or heavy formations.

      Grade: C-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Danny Shelton, Defensive/Nose Tackle
                              Round 1: Cameron Erving, Guard/Center
                              Round 2: Nate Orchard, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 3: Duke Johnson, Running Back
                              Round 3: Xavier Cooper, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 4: Ibraheim Campbell, Safety
                              Round 4: Vince Mayle, Wide Receiver
                              Round 6: Charles Gaines, Cornerback



    20. (196) Philadelphia Eagles (F/St. Louis): Randall Evans, Cornerback, Kansas State

      The second Cornerback taken this round Evans will have more opportunity on special teams this year.

      Grade: C

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Nelson Agholor, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: Eric Rowe, Cornerback
                              Round 3: Jordan Hicks, Inside Linebacker
                              Round 5: JaCorey Shephard, Cornerback



    21. (197) Cincinnati Bengals: Derron Smith, Safety, Fresno State

      Derron Smith is a player who could catch some players by surprise at free safety. He's not as fast as you would like but he is a good player who will make a difference for the Bengals.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Cedric Ogbuehi, Left Tackle
                              Round 2: Jake Fisher, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 3: Tyler Kroft, Tight End
                              Round 3: Paul Dawson, Middle Linebacker
                              Round 4: Josh Shaw, Safety
                              Round 4: Marcus Hardison, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 5: C.J Uzomah, Tight End



    22. (198) Cleveland Browns (F/Arizona): Randall Telfer, Tight End, USC

      Telfer has a strong chance to make the Browns as an intelligent, versatile, run blocking tight end. Very stiff and raw as a pass catcher. Roster spot will be determined by how fast he can learn the passing game.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Danny Shelton, Defensive/Nose Tackle
                              Round 1: Cameron Erving, Guard/Center
                              Round 2: Nate Orchard, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 3: Duke Johnson, Running Back
                              Round 3: Xavier Cooper, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 4: Ibraheim Campbell, Safety
                              Round 4: Vince Mayle, Wide Receiver
                              Round 6: Charles Gaines, Cornerback
                              Round 6: Malcolm Johnson, Tight End, Mississippi State



    23. (199) Pittsburgh Steelers: L.T Walton, Defensive Tackle, Central Michigan

      The Steelers add depth on the defensive line.

      Grade: C

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Alvin Dupree, Rush Linebacker, Kentucky
                              Round 2: Senquez Golson, Cornerback
                              Round 3: Sammie Coates, Wide Receiver
                              Round 4: Doran Grant, Cornerback
                              Round 5: Jesse James, Tight End



    24. (200) Detroit Lions: Quadre Diggs, Cornerback, Texas

      Diggs is athletic and aggressive but is small and has poor timing in man coverage. Diggs is also slow for his small size -4.6 40-.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Laken Tomlinson, Guard
                              Round 2: Ameer Abdullah, Running Back
                              Round 3: Alex Carter, Cornerback
                              Round 4: Gabe Wright, Auburn
                              Round 5: Michael Burton, Fullback



    25. (201) St. Louis Rams (F/Carolina): Bud Sasser, Wide Receiver, Missouri

      At least the Rams drafted someone besides an offensive tackle, and he has some skills that could come in handy. Sasser is a possion and red zone receiver who should find a niche in the NFL.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Todd Gurley, Running Back
                              Round 2: Robert Havenstein, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 3: Jamon Brown, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 3: Sean Manion, Quarterback
                              Round 4: Andrew Donnal, Offensive Tackle



    26. (202) New England Patriots: (F/Baltimore) A.J Derby, Tight End, Arkansas

      Derby hasn't played much tight end in his career but looked like a natural at the position last year. He's a bit raw, but explosive and better than most of the tight ends taken ahead of him on Day 3.

      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Malcom Brown, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Jordan Richards, Safety
                              Round 3: Geneo Grissom, Defensive End
                              Round 4: Trey Flowers, Defensive End
                              Round 4: Tre Jackson, Guard
                              Round 4: Shaq Mason, Guard/Center
                              Round 5: Joe Cardona, Long Snapper
                              Round 6: Matt Wells, Rush Linebacker



    27. (203) Denver Broncos: Darius Kilgo, Defensive Tackle, Maryland

      Drafting Kilgo for depth is a smart move. The Denver defensive line wasn't exactly top of the league last season.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Shane Ray, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 2: Ty Sambrailo, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 3: Jeff Heuerman, Tight End
                              Round 4: Max Garcia, Florida
                              Round 5: Lorenzo Doss, Cornerback



    28. (204) Baltimore Ravens(F/Dallas): Darren Waller, Wide Receiver, Georgia Tech

      This is a pick that the Ravens are making in hopes something comes of it. Their last pick isn't a bad one.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Brashad Perriman, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: Maxx Williams, Tight End
                              Round 3: Carl Davis, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 4: Za'Darius Smith, Defensive End
                              Round 4: Buck Allen, Running Back
                              Round 4: Tray Walker, Cornerback
                              Round 5: Nick Boyle, Tight End
                              Round 5: Robert Meyers, Guard



    29. (205) Indianapolis Colts (F/Dallas): Josh Robinson, Running Back, Mississippi State

      The colts needed someone who they could groom behind Frank Gore. It seems like Robinson could be that guy.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Phillip Dorsett, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: D'Joun Smith, Cornerback
                              Round 3: Henry Anderson, Defensive End
                              Round 4: Clayton Geathers, Safety
                              Round 5: David Parry, Defensive Tackle



    30. (206) Green Bay Packers: Aaron Ripkowski, Fullback, Oklahoma

      This is a value pick and if he works out he could add some lift to the running game.

      Grade: C

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Damarious Randall, Safety
                              Round 2: Quinten Rollins, Safety/Cornerback
                              Round 3: Ty Montgomary, Wide Receiver
                              Round 4: Jake Ryan, Outside Linebacker
                              Round 5: Brett Hundley, Quarterback



    31. (207) Indianapolis Colts (F/Seattle): Amario, Herrera, Inside Linebacker, Georgia

      This is a great selection in Round 6. The Colts need linebacker help and D'Quell Jackson is getting up there in age. Herrera is the perfect fit in this situation.

      Grade: A-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Phillip Dorsett, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: D'Joun Smith, Cornerback
                              Round 3: Henry Anderson, Defensive End
                              Round 4: Clayton Geathers, Safety
                              Round 5: David Parry, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 6: Josh Robinson, Running Back



    32. (208) Tennessee Titans (F/New England): Andy, Gillik, Center, Boston College

      Tennessee needed a new Center for Marcus Mariota and Gillik isn't a bad one. He was the third rated Center on my board.
      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Marcus Mariota, Quarterback
                              Round 2: Dorial Greene-Beckham, Wide Receiver
                              Round 3: Jeremiah Poutasi, Offensive Tackle/Guard
                              Round 4: Angelo Blackson, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 4: Jalston Fowler, Fullback
                              Round 5: David Cobb, Running Back
                              Round 6: Deiontrez Mount, Outside Linebacker



    33. (209) Seattle Seahawks Obum Gwacham, Defensive End, Oregon State

      I don't expect Gwacham to make the roster but if he does it will be for special teams.

      Grade: C-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 2: Frank Clark, Defensive End
                              Round 3: Tyler Lockett, Wide Receiver
                              Round 4: Terry Poole, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 4: Mark Glowinski, Guard
                              Round 5: Tye Smith, Cornerback<



    34. (210) Green Bay Packers: Christian Ringo, Defensive End, La. Lafayette

      The Packers are trying to find a solution to their inside linebacker issue so Ringo could wind up having a central role on his team than most sixth rounders.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Damarious Randall, Safety
                              Round 2: Quinten Rollins, Safety/Cornerback
                              Round 3: Ty Montgomary, Wide Receiver
                              Round 4: Jake Ryan, Outside Linebacker
                              Round 5: Brett Hundley, Quarterback
                              Round 6: Aaron Ripkowski, Fullback



    35. (211) Houston Texans: Reshard Cliett

      This is a need pick as the Texans are rebuilding their linebacking core.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Kevin Johnson, Cornerback
                              Round 2: Bernardrick McKinney, Inside Linebacker
                              Round 3: Jaelen Strong, Wide Receiver
                              Round 5: Keith, Mumphery, Wide Receiver



    36. (212) Pittsburgh Steelers: Anthony Chickillo, Defensive End, Miami (Fla)

      Steelersd looking for depth on the defensive line didn't get bad depth here.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Alvin Dupree, Rush Linebacker, Kentucky
                              Round 2: Senquez Golson, Cornerback
                              Round 3: Sammie Coates, Wide Receiver
                              Round 4: Doran Grant, Cornerback
                              Round 5: Jesse James, Tight End
                              Round 6: L.T Walton, Defensive Tackle



    37. (213) Green Bay Packers: Kennard Backman, Tight End, UAB

      The Packers needed a tight end and this addressed that need at the end of the draft.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Damarious Randall, Safety
                              Round 2: Quinten Rollins, Safety/Cornerback
                              Round 3: Ty Montgomary, Wide Receiver
                              Round 4: Jake Ryan, Outside Linebacker
                              Round 5: Brett Hundley, Quarterback
                              Round 6: Aaron Ripkowski, Fullback
                              Round 6: Christian Ringo, Defensive End



    38. (214) Seattle Seahawks Kristjan Sokoli, Defensive End, Buffalo

      Another sixth round defensive end, he will have to battle for a roster spot.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 2: Frank Clark, Defensive End
                              Round 3: Tyler Lockett, Wide Receiver
                              Round 4: Terry Poole, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 4: Mark Glowinski, Guard
                              Round 5: Tye Smith, Cornerback
                              Round 6: Obum, Gwacham, Defensive End



    39. (215) St Louis Rams: Cody Wichmann, Guard, Fresno State

      The Rams went a little crazy with offensive linemen but this is good value and not an offensive tackle.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                      Round 1: Todd Gurley, Running Back
                              Round 2: Robert Havenstein, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 3: Jamon Brown, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 3: Sean Manion, Quarterback
                              Round 4: Andrew Donnal, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 6: Bud Sasser, Wide Receiver



    40. (216) Houston Texans: Christian Covington, Defensive Tackle, Rice

      I had a fifth round grade on Rice and thought he had the skill-set to be taken a bit earlier. Rice has a strong motor and is stout at the point of attack.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Kevin Johnson, Cornerback
                              Round 2: Bernardrick McKinney, Inside Linebacker
                              Round 3: Jaelen Strong, Wide Receiver
                              Round 5: Keith, Mumphery, Wide Receiver
                              Round 6: Reshad Cliett, Outside Linebacker



    41. (217) Kansas City Chiefs: Rakeem nunez-Roches, Defensive Tackle, Southern Miss

      This selection is to add depth to the defensive line. Roches will be expected to push some veterans for roster spots.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Marcus Peters, Cornerback
                              Round 2: Mitch Morse, Guard/Center
                              Round 3: Chrisa Conley, Wide Receiver
                              Round 3: Steven Nelson, Cornerback
                              Round 4: Ramik Wilson, Outside Linebacker
                              Round 5: D.J Alexander, Linebacker
                              Round 5: James O'Shaughnessy, Tight End




    Round 6:               1. Tennessee Titans:               2. New England Patriots (F/Tampa Bay):               3. Oakland Raiders:               4. Jacksonville Jaguars:               5. Seattle Seahawks (F/New York Jets):               6. Washington Redskins:               7. Chicage Bears:               8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (F/St. Louis):               9. Atlanta Falcons:               10. New York Giants:               11. New Orleans Saints:               12. Buffalo Bills (F/Minnesota):               13. Cleveland Browns:               14. San Francisco 49ers:               15. Miami Dolphins:               16: San Diego Chargers:               17. Kansas City Chiefs:               18. Buffalo Bills:               19. Houston Texans:               20. Philadelphia Eagles:               21. Cincinnati Bengals:               22. Arizona Cardinals:               23. Pittsburgh Steelers:               24. Detroit Lions:               25. Carolina Panthers:               26. Cleveland Browns (F/Baltimore):               27. Denver Broncos:               28 Baltimore Ravens (F/Dallas):               29: Indianapolis Colts (F/Dallas):               30. Green Bay Packers:               31. Indianapolis Colts (F/Seattle):               32 Tennessee Titans: (F/New England):               33. Seattle Seahawks:               34. Green Bay Packers:               35. Houston Texans:               36. Pittsburgh Steelers:               37. Green Bay Packers:               38. Seattle Seahawks:               39. St. Louis Rams:               40. Houston Texans:               41. Kansas City Chiefs:  













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