Cleveland gets a wide receiver for depth and Boise State wide receiver Cedrick Wilson is the best player on the board. He dropped a lot of passes in the 2018 NFL Combine which was one of his issues on tape at Boise State.
This film session with Cedrick Wilson was just awful. There is a good reason why this guy fell to the sixth round.
The Rams use this pick from the Giants to get a second offensive tackle who may be able to start at right tackle. With Rob Havenstein still starting at right tackle, the Rams get a backup right tackle hoping he can push or supplant Havenstein for the starting right tackle job across from Andrew Whitworth and the backup left tackle I mocked to the Rams in Timon Parris.
New York gets a cornerback for depth here. One player I really like as a backup is Rashaan Gaulden who is capable of playing everywhere on the secondary despite being someone I project as a backup in the NFL.
Gaulden is underrated. He held his own on tape versus Calvin Ridley.
Tampa Bay grabs a defensive end for depth here. Zach Sieler is a elite run stuffer. He had 29.5 tackles for a loss in 2016 and 21 tackles for a loss in 2017 despite a drop off in sacks. Tampa Bay may grab Sieler to add depth at defensive end behind Vinny Curry, Jason Pierre-Paul, and Noah Spence.
The Los Angeles Rams have Robert Woods and Cooper Kupp as their top two targets. Jester Weah provides some depth and competition for Josh Reynolds who the Rams got out of Texas A&M in the 2017 NFL Draft.
The Patriots get a tight end for depth who could come in and make an impact as a rookie behind Rob Gronkowski since Dwayne Allen hardly did anything. Jordan Aikns is the top tight end on the board too.
Tampa Bay gets the top offensive lineman on the board. Jamil Demby may be talented enough to take the left tackle job from Donovan Smith who has just sucked. At the very worst Demby provides some quality insurance for Tampa Bay on the offensive line.
Jacksonville gets another cornerback for depth that can compete for a quarter cornerback spot and potentially push Jalen Myrick for the dime role. Taking Duke Dawson out of Florida just seems like such a Jaguars thing to do.
Philadelphia gets a wide receiver for depth here. Jake Wieneke is a big target that can be an asset in the shot and medium passing game. He struggled with catching deep passes at the 2018 NFL Combine and that's why its hard to see him going before this spot in the late sixth round.
Green Bay got this compensation pick at 207 thanks to Jared Cook signing with Oakland. Tracy Walker can play nickel cornerback, strong safety, or free safety with his versatility giving Green Bay more depth in their secondary.
Kansas City got this compensation pick at 209 thanks to Nick Foles signing with Philadelphia. Miami now owns this pick though. Mark Walton is right in the Dolphins backyard and gives the Dolphins depth at running back.
Oakland got this compensation pick at 210 thanks to Latavius Murray signing with Minnesota. Oakland sent this pick to New England in the Cordarrelle Patterson trade.
New England adds a defensive back with the versatility to play field cornerback, strong safety, free safety, or boundary cornerback here. Siran Neal is quite a bargain and the Patriots will fall in love with his versatility here.
Minnesota got this compensation pick at 213 thanks to Cordarrelle Patterson signing with Oakland. Minnesota gets a better route runner at wide receiver with this pick they got for Oakland signing Patterson.