Draft Order NFL: 219. New England Patriots (from Cleveland Browns): 0-16, 220. Pittsburgh Steelers (from New York Giants): 3-13, 221. Indianapolis Colts: 4-12, 222. Houston Texans: 4-12, 223. San Francisco 49ers (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers): 5-11, 224. Chicago Bears: 5-11, 225. Minnesota Vikings (from Denver Broncos): 5-11, 226. Seattle Seahawks (from New York Jets): 5-11, 227. Miami Dolphins (from San Francisco 49ers): 6-10, 228. Oakland Raiders: 6-10, 229. Miami Dolphins: 6-10, 230. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Cincinnati Bengals): 7-9, 231. Washington Redskins: 7-9, 232. Green Bay Packers: 7-9, 233. Kansas City Chiefs (from Arizona Cardinals): 8-8, 234. Carolina Panthers (from Los Angeles Chargers): 9-7, 235. New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks): 9-7, 236. Dallas Cowboys: 9-7, 237. Detroit Lions: 9-7, 238. Arizona Cardinals (from Baltimore Ravens): 9-7, 239. Green Bay Packers (from Buffalo Bills): 9-7, 240. San Francisco 49ers (from Kansas City Chiefs): 10-6, 241. Washington Redskins (from Los Angeles Rams): 11-5, 242. Carolina Panthers: 11-5, 243. Kansas City Chiefs (from Tennessee Titans): 9-7, 244. Atlanta Falcons: 10-6, 245. New Orleans Saints: 11-5, 246. Pittsburgh Steelers: 13-3, 247. Jacksonville Jaguars: 10-6, 248. Seattle Seahawks (from Minnesota Vikings): 13-3, 249. Cincinnati Bengals (from New England Patriots): 13-3, 250. Seattle Seahawks (from Philadelphia Eagles): 13-3, 251. Los Angeles Chargers (Compensation Pick): 9-7, 252. Cincinnati Bengals: (Compensation Pick), 253. Cincinnati Bengals: (Compensation Pick), 254. Arizona Cardinals: (Compensation Pick), 255. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: (Compensation Pick), 256. Atlanta Falcons: (Compensation Pick)


Mark Sciubba's 2018 NFL Mock Draft: 7 Rounds




Round 6




Mark Sciubba follow @MarkSciubbaDoe Last Updated: April 24, 2018.


  1. New England Patriots: Foley Fatukasi, DT, Connecticut

    Patriots grab another high upside athlete on the defensive side. Fatukasi could push other defensive tackles on New England for a roster spot. If he learns under their current starters for a year, he could be great down the road.


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  2. Pittsburgh Steelers: Steve Ishmael, WR, Syracuse

    The Steelers take a late round receiver to prepare for Martavius Bryant's eventual departure. Steve Ishmael did well versus quality corners on tape in 2017.


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  3. Indianapolis Colts: Darren Carrington II, WR, Utah

    The Indianapolis Colts shouldn't be satisfied with any position group on the roster. Adding a sleeper WR like Carrington is a great move late.


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  4. Houston Texans: Dimitri Flowers, FB, Oklahoma

    It's not like Houston needs a fullback, but Dimitri Flowers is way too good to pass up here. Flowers could go a lot earlier than this, but the Texans somehow get the top fullback in the seventh round.


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  5. San Francisco 49ers: Chase Edmonds, RB, Fordham

    The San Francisco 49ers add the best small school back in the draft to their roster. Chase Edmonds didn't match his dominant 2016 play due to having a horrible offensive line. He will have a much better offensive line to work with if he manages to make the 49ers final roster.


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  6. Chicago Bears: Cam Serigne, TE, Wake Forest

    With retirement a very real possibility for Zach Miller, adding a tight end to help Mitchell Trubisky is a must. Cam Serigne is gonna be a good backup, and this is the one situation where he could end up starting week 1.


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  7. Minnesota Vikings: Royce Freeman, RB, Oregon

    Minnesota gets a steal in the highly productive and tough Freeman. Dalvin Cook should be able to stay healthy in 2018, but if he doesn't Freeman may get an opportunity to cease the spotlight.


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  8. Seattle Seahawks: JoJo Wicker, EDGE/DL, Arizona State

    Seattle takes a chance on Wicker's upside hoping to find a Michael Bennett replacement. Wicker can play inside or outside just like Bennett which is what makes him such an ideal candidate for Seattle this late.


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  9. Miami Dolphins: Byron Pringle, WR, Kansas State

    Pringle is great value here for a team that traded away Jarvis Landry. Pringle has elite speed and runs such a precise wheel route.


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  10. Oakland Raiders: Trey Quinn, WR, SMU

    The Raiders add a slot receiver who can be a security blanket like he was in college. Quinn will eventually replace Seth Roberts as Oakland's slot guy in this situation.


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  11. Miami Dolphins: Airius Moore, LB, North Carolina State

    The Dolphins take Moore who is a steal this late. Moore can play special teams too as well as all three linebacker spots in a depth role.


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  12. Jacksonville Jaguars: Hercules Mata'afa, EDGE, Washington State


    The Jaguars get a guy who very dominant in college. A lot of NFL defensive coordinators will have no idea where to play him, but can place him everywhere on the front 7 except middle linebacker as a siutational blitzer.


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  13. Washington Redskins: Tre Flowers, S, Oklahoma State

    The Redskins add some safety depth late. This team needs multiple safeties.


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  14. Green Bay Packers: Damon Webb, S, Ohio State

    The Packers get and absolute steal here in the 7th. You can't put any stock into his NFL Combine. His tape absolutely speaks for itself.


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  15. Kansas City Chiefs: Darius Jackson, LB, Jacksonville State

    Darius Jackson is highly intriguing. I'd take a flier on him late as a developmental pass rusher.


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  16. Carolina Panthers: Nick Linder, C/G, Miami FL

    The Panthers add more help to their middling offensive line. Nick Linder is the younger brother of the highest paid center in the NFL who happens to be Brandon Linder of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Ryan Kalil hasn't stayed healthy the past few years, but he's the perfect mentor for Nick Linder.


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  17. New York Jets: Jordan Wilkins, RB, Ole Miss

    The Jets add more help to the RB room late. Jordan Wilkins could push for a roster spot.


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  18. Dallas Cowboys: Parry Nickerson, CB, Tulane

    Nickerson's speed is gonna get him picked up late and Cowboys seem like a good fit. Baker Mayfield went 0/4 when throwing near Nickerson plus he's great in man coverage too. He's not your ideal zone or press guy, but he's got speed that you just can't teach.


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  19. Detroit Lions: Ray Ray McCloud, WR/RB, Clemson

    Detroit gets an ultra versatile player in McCloud who with the right Offensive Coordinator will thrive in the NFL. Ray Ray McCloud can play wide receiver, running back, or special teams with his speed and versatility.


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  20. Arizona Cardinals: Ranathony Texada, CB, TCU

    Arizona takes the best player on the board. TCU defensive players are always very well coached and Texada is no exception.


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  21. Green Bay Packers: Quin Blanding, S, Virginia

    Blanding would be too good to pass up here. He's got third round tape, but horrendous speed which is why he's a late round pick. Still the value Blanding provides at this point is simply too great to ignore.


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  22. San Francisco 49ers: Nick DeLuca, LB, North Dakota State

    The 49ers add Nick Deluca hoping to find a FCS steal. DeLuca did well in the 2018 Senior Bowl and deserves to be drafted at some point.


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  23. Washington Redskins: Tyler Conklin, TE, Central Michigan

    The Redskins can't count on Jordan Reed to play 16 games. Getting a developmental backup like Conklin here is a good move.


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  24. Carolina Panthers: Davin Bellamy, LB, Georgia

    The Carolina Panthers add a linebacker knowing they'll be without one if their best for the first 4 games. I was referencing the Thomas Davis suspension in case you didn't get that.


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  25. Kansas City Chiefs: Jordan Akins, TE, Central Florida

    Kansas City grabs a backup to Travis Kelce. Jordan Akins of Central Florida is a quality backup for the Chiefs and can serve as a second tight end in two tight end sets for Patrick Mahomes.


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  26. Atlanta Falcons: Jalen Davis, CB, Utah State

    The Atlanta Falcons take a flier Davis who played all over and was phenomenal for Utah State. Wisconsin had trouble scoring on Utah State in their season opener until Jalen Davis was ejected for targeting.


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  27. New Orleans Saints: Devin Abraham, S, South Florida

    The Saints grab the best defensive player available late. Devin Abraham is another quality depth player on South Florida's defense that's being completely underlooked.


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  28. Pittsburgh Steelers: Tony Adams, G, North Carolina State

    Pitt adds some interior Offensive line depth with money decisions on the line coming. Ramon Foster enters a contract year, and I'm not sure Pittsburgh wants to extend him in 2019 yet.


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  29. Jacksonville Jaguars: Dontrell Hillard, RB, Tulane

    The Jags get a home run threat to be the backup to Fournette. T.J. Yeldon enters a contract year with Jacksonville, and believe me when I say he's not worth re-signing. Jacksonville will let Yeldon walk so why not add Dontrell Hillard here.


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  30. Seattle Seahawks: Dominick Sanders, S, Georgia

    Seahawks get Sanders to come in and see if he can be a player similar to Kam Chancellor for them. Georgia's strong safety balled out in 2016 before having a setback year in 2017. He's still good on tape in my opinion and I think he's capable of taking over for Chancellor if he's Kam's understudy for a year.


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  31. Cincinnati Bengals: Oren Burks, LB, Vanderbilt

    This late in the draft teams will either take the best player available or one with the most upside. Burks checks both of those boxes.


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  32. Seattle Seahawks: Jeremiah Kolone, G, San Jose State

    Seattle takes the best available offensive lineman. Jeremiah Kolone may be the only draftable prospect on San Jose State for me.


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  33. Los Angeles Chargers: Stacy Thomas, LB, Louisville

    Stacy Thomas could be the steal of the draft. Especially if he gets to play behind that Chargers defensive line.


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  34. Cincinnati Bengals: Jake Roh, TE, Boise State

    Bengals take a flier in another highly productive tight end. Roh has great tape, yet nobody in the scouting community is bringing him up.


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  35. Cincinnati Bengals: Aaron Davis, CB, Georgia

    Bengals add a solid nickel back here. They got two good ones in Dre Kirkpatrick and William Jackson III, but they get their nickel guy here.


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  36. Arizona Cardinals: Tray Matthews, S, Auburn

    Tray Matthews, a solid safety with some upside. He's versatile enough to play either safety spot.


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  37. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Greg Stroman, CB, Virginia Tech

    Tampa Bay takes the best player available here and gets it at a position of need as well. Brent Grimes and Vernon Hargreaves III both underperfomed in 2017 despite this teams depth at cornerback. Greg Stroman out of Virginia Tech should be able to make a roster spot on Tampa Bay.


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  38. Atlanta Falcons: Khalid Hill, FB, Michigan

    Mr. Irrelevant is Khalid Hill. A great football player who had as big of a positive effect on his offense as any FB to come out in recent years.


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