Sunday, May 8, 2016

Analyzing the 2016 NFL Draft: 6th Round: The Good

Andy Janovich, FB, Broncos Bruising, power drive fullback fits well with Broncos zone block scheme.
Tamerick Hemingway, TE, Rams Could have gone much earlier, but small school status hurt him.
DJ White, CB, Chiefs Solid player will get chance to make it on special teams.
Drew Kaser, P, Chargers Best punter in 2016 class should make roster as starting punter.
Moritz Boehringer, WR, Vikings German prospect is a gamer who has crushed it to get this far.
Tyrone Holmes, LB, Jaguars Edge rush specialist needs some coaching, could be very good.
Keenan Reylnolds, RB, Ravens Option QB at Navy, athlete in every way, solid character guy.
DeAndre Houston-Carson, FS, Bears Will start out on special teams, but could start in a year. Steal here.
Jakeem Grant, WR, Dolphins Kick return and slot specialist who could make career on returns.
David Morgan II, TE, Vikings One of my favorite TE prospects, will be a favorite of Bridgewater's.
Anthony Brown, CB, Cowboys Super speedy corner is a mess in man coverage, has big potential in zone.
Josh Forrest, ILB, Rams Could be dime package blitz LB, solid ST contributor.
Kolby Listenbee, WR, Bills Underrated receiver at TCU, but needs some work in ST early on.
Sebastian Tretola, OG, Titans Road grading guard could start for power run team. Good fit.
Dan Vitale, FB, Buccaneers Solid lead blocker, doesn't need a spotlight.
Derek Watt, FB, Chargers Solid bloodlines, has his brothers drive. Love this pick.
Cody Core, WR, Bengals Solid athleticism, limited numbers, but could be a dark horse player.
Kyle Murphy, OT, Packers Solid RT prospect, fits best in zone blocking scheme.
Brandon Allen, QB, Jaguars Not sure about need here, came on strong in 2015 after slow start.
Harlan Miller, CB, Cardinals Big time playmaker, could start one day after some development.
Mike Thomas, WR, Rams Really broke through in 2015, solid in receiving and KR game. I'm a fan.
Jeff Driskel, QB, 49ers Escaped Florida offense wasteland, bloomed at La. Tech. Darkhorse.
Jimmy Landes, LS, Lions Good spot for LS here, and he's a good one.
Aaron Burbridge, WR, 49ers Will never be a star, but he has value as a possession receiver in NFL.
Elandon Roberts, LB, Patriots Probably the best guy the Pats got all day, can flat out tackle.
Darius Jackson, RB, Cowboys Productive back from abysmal program. Could surprise. 
Will Parks, S, Broncos Has a high ceiling, and if used right, could really come along to add depth.
Travis Feeney, LB, Steelers Will start with ST play, has talent to move into game play at LB eventually.

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