2015 NFL Mock Draft 4.0 – Round 6

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183.) Chicago Bears – G/C Max Garcia, Florida

The Bears get a long-term answer at center in Garcia. He played center, guard and tackle in college and excelled at all three. Garcia doesn’t have ideal NFL athleticism which is why he’s still available here, but he’s very strong, can be a good fit in the power scheme John Fox wants to install, and was a team captain at Florida. Garcia could sit behind Montgomery for a year while he learns the offense and then take over at center (or guard) in 2016.

184.) Tampa Bay Bucs – G/T Bobby Hart, Florida St

Right tackle in college who will have to move inside in the pros. The Bucs upgraded their guards with the trade for Logan Mankins last season, but he’s old and they don’t have much depth at the position. Hart has good power as a run blocker and his struggles with speed rushers won’t be as exposed inside.

185.) Atlanta Falcons- TE Blake Bell, Oklahoma

Former QB who just transitioned to the tight end position last year and showed a natural affinity for the position. Bell has the potential to be a decent blocker and solid safety-valve receiver. I think he has a Heath Miller ceiling.

186.) New York Giants- DT Bobby Richardson, Indiana

Underrated D-linemen who could be an effective 3-tech in a 4-3 or 5-tech in a 3-4. He played both in college and excelled at both despite being the only guy on the Hooisers line that teams had to worry about. He has a quick first step, natural pass rush ability, and good enough hand play to shed blockers. Richardson is another guy who could go as high as the 3rd-4th round.

187.) New Orleans Saints – WR Dezmin Lewis, Central Arkanas

Sleeper prospect from a small school who has great size (6’4 | 215) and NFL speed (4.46). It’s hard to put much stock in his performance against sub-par competition but he held his own on the college all-star circuit. High-upside, high-risk prospect.

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188.) Buffalo Bills – SS Clayton Geathers, UCF

Well-rounded safety prospect who can hit and cover and would go a round or two higher if he had played at a high profile school.

189.) Cleveland Browns – DE Ray Drew, Georgia

Drew has all the tools be be a stud, but wasn’t as productive as expected with his physical upside. He showed flashes at times which is enough to get him drafted, but he disappeared for long stretches in college and I’m not sure he has the work ethic to succeed at the next level.

190.) San Francisco 49ers -WR Titus Davis, Central Michigan

Small school receiver who no one could stop despite being the primary receiving target on his team for the last three years. Davis is a slick route-runner with sticky hands and good length (6’1). He could be a steal this late.

191.) Miami Dolphins – RB Matt Jones, Florida 

Didn’t get enough carries in a RBBC to really show what he could do, but he has the size and speed combo (6’2 | 231 | 4.54) to be effective at the next level.

192.)  San Diego Chargers – DT Tyeler Davison, Fresno St

One of my favorite mid-round prospects who may fall in the draft due to his lack of one definable skill. What Davison can do, despite a lack of NFL athleticism, is clog running lanes and get pressure the QB which is a rare trait among DTs and worst case he will be a rotational DT but I think he is a future starter.

193.) Kansas City Chiefs – CB Justin Cox, Mississippi St

Some off-field red flags and inconsistent on-field production, but enticing size / speed combo (6’1 | 191 | 4.30) will get him drafted.