Brandon Doughty QB MIA 13 hours ago

The Dolphins selected Doughty in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 223rd overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Doughty is old for a rookie and showed some problems with decision making earlier in his career, but he was extremely productive for the last two. After falling just short of 10,000 yards and 100 passing touchdowns over the last two years, Doughty will hope his video game numbers translate to NFL success.

Ted Karras NE 13 hours ago

The Patriots selected Karras in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 221st overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

New England has been intent on replenishing its interior depth on the offensive line in this draft after Denver landed 20 quarterback hits on Tom Brady in the AFC Championship. The Patriots added guard Joe Thuney out of North Carolina State and they went back to the well in the sixth round by scooping Karras out of Illinois. The 6-3, 307-pounder started all four years at right guard in Champaign. He'll likely be a depth option early in his career, but New England has a history of finding value along the offensive line late in drafts.

Aaron Wallace LB TEN 13 hours ago

The Titans selected Wallace in the seventh round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 222nd overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Wallace was a late bloomer for UCLA, but he had a fine senior season and showed uncommon athleticism in his pro day workout, running a 4.59-second 40-yard dash and displaying a 130-inch broad jump. It's not clear whether he'll play inside or outside linebacker for Tennessee.

Travis Feeney LB PIT 13 hours ago

The Steelers selected Feeney in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 220th overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Feeney was very disruptive at Washington -- 17.5 of his 56 tackles in 2015 were for a loss -- and he showed elite athleticism at the Combine by running a 4.50-second 40-yard dash at 6-foot-4, 230 pounds. He might have fallen this far due to durability worries.

Aaron Burbridge WR SF 13 hours ago

The 49ers selected Burbridge in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 213th overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

The Michigan State product exploded as a senior in East Lansing, becoming quarterback Connor Cook's favorite target in 2015. Burbridge was targeted on 34.5 percent of all of Michigan's passes in 2015, and he converted that into an 85-catch, 1,258-yard season. However, it will be awhile before Burbridge approaches anywhere near that target volume at the next level. The 49ers will be installing a new offense under Chip Kelly, but Burbridge will need to be a quick study in order to carve out any sort of role in his rookie season. Burbridge is athletic, but the 6-0, 206-pound frame that allowed him to dominate at the college level in 2015 won't necessarily be as much of a trump card in the NFL.

Will Parks DB DEN 13 hours ago

The Broncos selected Parks in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 219th overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Parks showed some strong safety skill set at Arizona, but at around 200 pounds he's built more like a corner. He might need to add some weight to make a push for the roster.

Kevon Seymour DB BUF 13 hours ago

The Bills selected Seymour in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 218th overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Seymour made some noise with a 4.39-second 40-yard dash at the Combine, though the rest of his workout was a bit uneven. He's generally a practice squad prospect.

Rico Gathers TE DAL 13 hours ago

The Cowboys selected Gathers in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 217th overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Gathers played basketball at Baylor and has interesting size at 6-foot-6, 273 pounds, but to Dallas he's just a blind swing for the fences.

Kelvin Taylor RB SF 13 hours ago

The 49ers selected Taylor in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 211th overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

San Francisco built up their secondary and lines on both sides of the ball with their first seven picks, but it turned its attention to addressing skill players in the late rounds. Taylor, the son of former Jaguars great Fred Taylor, followed in his father's footsteps and put together a solid all-around career at Florida. He ran for 1,035 yards and 13 touchdowns in 2015, but he averaged just 4.0 yards per carry. With such low explosiveness at the college level, it's difficult to imagine Taylor having a smooth transition at the next level. He'll need to make a strong impression in training camp for the 49ers to consider carrying him on the 53-man roster.

Darius Jackson RB DAL 13 hours ago

Dallas selected Jackson in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 216th overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Jackson had an impressive final season at Eastern Michigan, and he followed it up with a truly elite showing at his pro day. At 6-foot-1, 220 pounds, Jackson ran in the 4.3-second range in the 40 and added jumps of 41 inches (vertical) and 133 inches (broad jump). If Dallas keeps four running backs, Jackson might put heat on Darren McFadden and Alfred Morris for backup consideration behind Ezekiel Elliott.