Draft Order NFL: 2017 NFL Draft Order 185. Cleveland Browns 1-15-0, 186. Baltimore Ravens (from San Francisco 49ers) 2-14-0, 187. Jacksonville Jaguars 3-13-0, 188. Cleveland Browns (from Chicago Bears) 3-13-0, 189. Los Angeles Rams 4-12-0, 190. Los Angeles Chargers 5-11-0, 191. New York Jets 5-11-0, 192. Carolina Panthers 6-10-0, 193. Cincinnati Bengals 6-9-1, 194. Philadelphia Eagles 7-9-0, 195. Buffalo Bills 7-9-0, 196. New Orleans Saints 7-9-0, 197. Arizona Cardinals 7-8-1, 198. San Francisco 49ers (from Baltimore Ravens) 8-8-0, 199. Minnesota Vikings 8-8-0, 200. New England Patriots (from Indianapolis Colts) 8-8-0, 201. Washington Redskins 8-7-1, 202. San Francisco 49ers (from Denver Broncos) 9-7-0, 203. Denver Broncos (from Tennessee Titans) 9-7-0, 204. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9-7-0, 205. Detroit Lions 9-7-0, 206. Los Angeles Rams (from Miami Dolphins) 10-6-0, 207. New York Giants 11-5-0, 208. Oakland Raiders 12-4-0, 209. Washington Redskins from (Houston Texans) 9-7-0, 210. Seattle Seahawks 10-5-1, 211. Dallas Cowboys 13-3-0, 212. Green Bay Packers 10-6-0, 213. Pittsburgh Steelers 11-5-0, 214. Tennessee Titans from (Atlanta Falcons) 11-5-0, 215. Detroit Lions from (New England Patriots) 14-2-0, 216. Kansas City Chiefs (Compensation Pick), 217. Cincinnati Bengals (Compensation Pick), 218. Kansas City Chiefs (Compensation Pick)

2017 NFL Mock Draft: Final Mock Draft 7 Rounds

Round 6

Chris Ransom follow @DraftUtopia Last Updated: April 27, 2017 with updates every Thursday leading up to Draft Day.

  1. Cleveland Browns: Grover Stewart, DT, Albany State

    Grover Stewart out of Albany State has incredible tape. He's someone the Browns could consider in the sixth round for depth.

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  2. Baltimore Ravens: Kendall Beckwith, 3-4 MLB, LSU

    The Ravens get someone to challenge Correa for the 3-4 middle linebacker job. Kendall Beckwith is basically highway robbery at this point in the sixth round.

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  3. Jacksonville Jaguars: Roderick Johnson, LT, Florida State

    Roderick Johnson gives the Jaguars a left tackle for depth and someone they can groom behind Branden Albert who always gets injured. This is fantastic value for the Jaguars in the fourth round.

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  4. Cleveland Browns: David Sharpe, RT, Florida

    Cleveland has Spencer Drango and Shon Coleman competing for the starting right tackle job. David Sharpe is my top ranked right tackle at this point.

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  5. Los Angeles Rams: Zach Banner, RT, USC

    I do not trust Greg Robinson at right tackle. The Rams need to draft a right tackle at some point to develop that can be groomed to replace Robinson. Zach Banner is a steal at this point in the sixth round.

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  6. Los Angeles Chargers: Avery Moss, RE, Youngstown State

    The Los Angeles Chargers get a defensive end for depth here. I have a fourth round grade on Youngstown State sack artist Avery Moss so the Chargers draft him in the sixth round.

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  7. New York Jets: Davon Godchaux, 3-4 RE, LSU

    The Jets draft a defensive end for depth. Davon Godchaux can play 3-4 right end, nose tackle, and 3-4 left end in a 3-4 scheme with his versatility, but he's kind of pudgy which is why he fell to the sixth round even though I do have a fourth round grade on him.

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  8. Carolina Panthers: Josh Reynolds, WR, Texas A&M

    Josh Reynolds is the top overall player on my draft board. Basically Carolina can draft him for depth here.

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  9. Cincinnati Bengals: Matt Dayes, RB, North Carolina State

    Cincinnati drafts a running back for depth. Matt Dayes is an absolute steal in the sixth round. You could argue Dayes is highway robbery at this point. The 5-8 207 lb Matt Dayes had 249 carries, 1,860 rushing yards, 10 rushing touchdowns, 23 receptions, and 367 receiving yards in 2016.

    Matt Dayes has tremendous speed and ball carrier vision. Dayes is hands down the best blocker in the entire 2017 NFL Draft. North Carolina State's running back has tremendous pass protection and can give a quarterback more time in the pocket. Dayes also has the ability to catch passes out of the backfield.

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  10. Philadelphia Eagles: Elijah Qualls, DT, Washington

    Philadelphia drafts a defensive tackle. Elijah Qualls got by USC left tackle Chad Wheeler and left guard Damien Mama on a double team plus both Trojans are NFL prospects. I can see John Lynch taking Qualls this late because he plays like Warren Sapp at times.

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  11. Buffalo Bills: Artivis Scott, WR, Clemson

    The Bills need a receiver for depth. Artivis Scott is someone that could fill in for depth on the Buffalo Bills.

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  12. New Orleans Saints: Chase Allen, MLB, Southern Illinois

    New Orleans gets a middle linebacker for depth. Chase Allen is a steal at this point.

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  13. Arizona Cardinals: Mason Schreck, TE, Buffalo

    Arizona gets another tight end for depth. Mason Schreck is the best player available.

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  14. San Francisco 49ers: Karter Schult, RE, Northern Iowa

    The 49ers go with a 4-3 right end here. Karter Schult is a guy I have a fourth round grade on and obviously he is a steal in the sixth round as a depth player behind Aaron Lynch.

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  15. Minnesota Vikings: Joshua Dobbs, QB, Tennessee

    I doubt Teddy Bridgewater will play in 2017. I have a hard time believing that Sam Bradford can play an entire season again without getting injured so the Vikings draft a quarterback at 199.

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  16. New England Patriots: Howard Wilson, CB, Houston

    Howard Wilson is a steal at this point in the sixth round. This is a guy the Patriots can seriously consider drafting here.

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  17. Washington Redskins: Freddie Stevenson, FB, Florida State

    Washington can draft the top player on their board. Freddie Stevenson is a steal at this point.

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  18. San Francisco 49ers: Lorenzo James, SS, Saint Francis

    The 49ers draft a developmental safety here. Lorenzo Jerome may be a good scheme fit at this point.

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  19. Denver Broncos: Robert Davis, WR, Georgia State

    The 6-3 219 lb Robert Davis had 67 receptions, 968 receiving yards, and 5 receiving touchdowns in 2016. Davis absolutely crushed the 2017 NFL Combine after running a 4.44 40-time, having 10-inch hands, and doing 19 reps on the bench press before acing the gauntlet drill. Davis dropped 4 passes on tape versus Charlotte in 2015 and only knows streaks and screen pass routes which makes him a project, but he has potential to be coached into a reliable target in Denver.

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  20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Matt Milano, LOLB, Boston College

    Tampa Bay goes with another left outside linebacker here for their 4-3 defense for depth. Matt Milano is the top player on the board.

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  21. Detroit Lions: Channing Stribling, CB, Michigan

    The Lions take a hometown corner. Channing Stribling is still on the board.

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  22. Los Angeles Rams: Lee Crosby, SS, New Mexico

    The Rams addressed all of their needs. They can draft Lee Crosby for depth here.

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  23. New York Giants: Tedric Thompson, FS, Colorado

    New York adds another safety for depth here. Tedric Thompson is my top prospect in the sixth round.

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  24. Oakland Raiders: Treston Decoud, CB, Oregon State

    The Raiders get a cornerback for depth. Treston Decoud could be a late round pick after struggling at Oregon State's Pro Day.

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  25. Washington Redskins: Roman Buchanan, SS, South Alabama

    Roman Buchanan has the ability to play linebacker or safety with his versatility. Basically Washington can draft him for depth here.

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  26. Seattle Seahawks: Chase Roullier, LG, Wyoming

    Seattle will need a left guard for depth here. Chase Roullier played left guard at Wyoming, but may convert to center in the NFL. Most of the left guards at this point are backups, but Roullier has a chance to be something special for Seattle here.

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  27. Dallas Cowboys: Kenny Golladay, WR, Northern Illinois

    Dallas gets another receiver for depth here. Kenny Golladay is a 6-4 218 lb beast at wide receiver.

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  28. Green Bay Packers: Ben Gedeon, 3-4 MLB, Michigan

    The Packers add a middle linebacker for depth. Ben Gedeon is a bargain at this point.

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  29. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jerod Evans, QB, Virginia Tech

    The 6-4 235 lbs Jerod Evans had 3,552 passing yards, 29 passing touchdowns, 846 rushing yards, 12 rushing touchdowns, 4,398 total yards, 41 total touchdowns, a 63.5 completion percentage, and 8 interceptions. Evans had the statistics you look for in a starting quarterback. Pittsburgh can take a flyer on Evans at quarterback.

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  30. Tennessee Titans: Ricky Seals-Jones, WR, Texas A&M

    Tennessee gets another receiver. Ricky Seals-Jones makes sense here with his freakish size at 6-6 235 lbs.

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  31. Detroit Lions: Jehu Chesson, WR, Michigan

    Detroit takes the top Wolverine here. I have a sixth round grade on Jehu Chesson.

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  32. Kansas City Chiefs: Jeremy Clark, CB, Michigan

    Kansas City gets the 216th pick in the 2017 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the Arizona Cardinals signed cornerback Tyvon Branch in the 2016 NFL Free Agency Period after Branch became a Free Agent in 2016.

    The Chiefs interviewed Jeremy Clark at the 2017 NFL Combine. I'm giving the Chiefs Clark here.

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  33. Cincinnati Bengals: Speedy Noil, WR, Texas A&M

    Cincinnati gets the 217th pick in the 2017 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the Oakland Raiders signed free safety Reggie Nelson in the 2016 NFL Free Agency Period after Nelson became a Free Agent in 2016.

    The Bengals get wide receiver depth. Speedy Noil is an excellent value pick here.

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  34. Kansas City Chiefs: Kevin Davis, 3-4 MLB, Colorado State

    Kansas City gets the 218th pick in the 2017 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the Denver Broncos signed right tackle Donald Stephenson in the 2016 NFL Free Agency Period after Stephenson became a Free Agent in 2016.

    Kevin Davis is the best 3-4 middle linebaker on the board. He makes a lot of sense here.

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