2015 NFL Mock Draft 4.0 – Round 6

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194.) Buffalo Bills – MLB Terrance Plummer, UCF

One of my favorite day 3 players, who has elite instincts but is a step or two slower than ideal for the position (4.90). Plummer has shown a knack for being in the right place at the right time and he hits link a tank.

195.) Houston Texans – CB Quandre Diggs, Texas

If he were taller, Diggs would be a day two pick but at 5’9, he’s probably a slot receiver at the next level but he could be a very good one.

196.) Philadelphia Eagles -S Ibraheim Campbell, Northwestern

Most draft sites are higher on Campbell than I am, but I just don’t see any specific NFL traits. Campbell looks like a special teams guy to me.

197.) Cincinnati Bengals – OLB Martrell Spaight, Arkansas

Athletic OLB who was productive in the Razorbacks scheme but is undersized (6’0) and slow (4.81). Could have value as a backup and special teams player.

198.) Arizona Cardinals – CB Craig Mager, Texas St

Wasn’t tested much against small school talent but could go considerably higher than this due to combination of size (5’11 | 201), speed (4.39) and NFL athleticism.

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199.) Pittsburgh Steelers – CB Nick Marshall, Auburn

Interesting prospect who led the Tigers to the national championship game as a QB but is transitioning back to corner, which is the position he starter his college career at. Marshall’s size (6’1 | 207) and speed (4.51) will be enough for some team to roll the dice on his potential late in the draft.

200.) Detroit Lions – CB Deshazor Everett, Texas A&M

Aggressive corner who was productive in college but may not have the athleticism to cover NFL receivers. I think he’s underrated and will make a solid sub-package corner.

201.) Carolina Panthers -DE Zach Wagenmann, Montana

Another underrated player who has a good burst off the edge and a handful of polished pass rush moves. I doubt Wagonmann will ever be a three-down player, but he has a future as a pass rush specialist.

202.) Cleveland Browns – OT Andrew Donnal, Iowa

Underwhelming athleticism, but solid technique like most O-lineman from Iowa and should carve out a role as a swing tackle eventually.

203.) Denver Broncos – OLB Max Valles, Virginia

Has the talent to be a dominant pass rusher and has shown a knack for getting his hands in passing lanes when he’s blocked. There are times when Valles looks like a day 1 pick and times when he looks undraftable. Vallles needed another year in school, but it’s too late for that now. He’s a high upside – low floor type who is well worth the risk this late and could go a round or two earlier.