David Morgan MIN 12 hours ago

The Vikings selected Morgan in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 188th overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Morgan has 5.0 speed and probably won't prove an explosive receiving threat in the NFL, but in terms of route running and pass-catching fundamentals in general, Morgan was consistently impressive at UTSA. He should at least prove a chain-moving threat after catching 45 passes for 566 yards and five touchdowns in 2015.

Nate Sudfeld WAS 12 hours ago

The Redskins selected Sudfeld in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 187th overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Sudfeld (6-foot-6, 234 pounds) is a big quarterback who was highly successful at Indiana, throwing for 7,879 yards (8.0 YPA), 61 touchdowns and 20 interceptions in 38 games. The NFL normally swoons over big, experienced quarterbacks like Sudfeld -- it's hard to see why he should go three rounds later than Sean Mannion did, for instance -- so this looks like a nice project pick for Washington.

Devante Bond TB 12 hours ago

The Buccaneers selected Bond in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 183rd overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Tampa Bay already has a young and deep linebacking corps, but Bond will add even more depth at the position. Bond's quickest path to playing time would be as a strongside linebacker, but the Buccaneers already have a number of young options at that position. He will likely be a special teams player early on in his career in Tampa Bay.

DeAndre Houston-Carson CHI 12 hours ago

The Bears selected Houston-Carson in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 185th overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Houston-Carson struggled at the Combine, posting numbers well below the average for all of the vertical, broad jump, and agility drills. He was very effective at William & Mary, however, so he should get a real shot at least as a strong safety.

Jerell Adams NYG 12 hours ago

The Giants selected Adams in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 184th overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Adams was widely expected to go in the third or fourth round, so this should turn out to be a nice value for the Giants. It's also a close to ideal landing spot for Adams -- unheralded tight ends like Larry Donnell and Will Tye have made fantasy impacts with the Giants in recent years, and Adams is almost certainly more talented. Standing at 6-foot-5, 247 pounds, Adams showed 4.64 speed at the Combine.

Keenan Reynolds BAL 12 hours ago

The Ravens selected Reynolds in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 182nd overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Referred to as a wide receiver at the pick's announcement, Reynolds is the legendary Navy quarterback who will attempt to beat long odds and establish himself as an NFL wideout. He demonstrated sub-4.6 speed at his pro day workout, and displayed encouraging jump numbers of a 37-inch vertical and 120-inch broad jump, so Reynolds just might have the athleticism to pull it off.

Tyrone Holmes JAC 12 hours ago

The Jaguars selected Holmes in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 181st overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Another nice pick for Jacksonville. At 6-foot-2, 250 pounds, Holmes has sub-4.6 speed and strong agility drills from his pro day. He should provide special teams snaps at the least, but could push for passing down snaps as a rookie, too.

Drew Kaser SD 12 hours ago

The Chargers selected Kaser in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 179th overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Mike Scifres has been San Diego's punter for the last 12 years, and a quite good one. This selection might signal the end of an era for the Chargers.

D.J. White KC 12 hours ago

The Chiefs selected White in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 178th overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

White was the best corner on a Georgia Tech defense that was only decent, but he showed good athleticism at the Combine, measuring at 5-foot-11, 193 pounds while logging a 4.49-second 40-yard dash and a 132-inch broad jump.

Temarrick Hemingway LA 12 hours ago

The Rams selected Hemingway in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 177th overall.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Hemingway could have easily gone in the fourth or fifth round, so this looks like a nice value for the Rams. Hemingway (6-foot-5, 244 pounds) has good size and equally good athleticism, highlighted by his 4.71-second 40 and 6.88-second three-cone drill.