2015 NFL Mock Draft 4.0 – Round 6

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204.) Baltimore Ravens – Jamison Crowder, Duke

The Ravens lost Torrey Smith and Jacoby Jones already leaving very little talent on the WR depth chart. Crowder had a disappointing combine, but a great Senior Bowl and a solid senior season. Worst case, Crowder will be a dangerous return man, but has a chance to be a weapon in the slot as well.

205.) Indianapolis Colts -ILB Trey DePriest, Alabama 

Had a disappointing college career after being a high profile recruit, but still has the size and speed to eventually be an effective inside linebacker. Some players are just late bloomers and if it eventually clicks for DePriest the Colts would have a steal this late.

206.) Green Bay Packers – OT / OG Sean Hickey, Syracuse 

Good work ethic and decent strength, but his technique needs work and he may not be able to win 1-1 battles with just brute force and hand skills like he did in college. Despite his messy technique, Hickey was still surprisingly effective and with a good OL coach he may have some value. He just seems like a good fit in Green Bay and I wouldn’t be surprised if he was useful before the end of his rookie deal.

207.) Indianapolis Colts – OLB Edmond Robinson. Newberry

Dominant DII linebacker who showed a little bit of everything at the Senior Bowl. With a little polish Robinson could eventually become a starting NFL OLB.

208.) Tennessee Titans – CB Lorenzo Doss, Tulane 

Good size ans speed ratio, but hasn’t proven anything against weak competition. Worth a dice roll this late.

209.) Seattle Seahawks – CB Cam Thomas. Western Kentucky

Big, tough corner who doesn’t have elite speed but could be a perfect fit in the Seahawks aggressive press coverage scheme.

210.) Green Bay Packers- DE Rakeem Nunez-Roches, Southern Mississippi

The Pack need some D-line depth and Nunez-Roches could be a solid 5th tech eventually. He has a good motor, uses his hands well, and should be a competent backup in the league.

211.) Houston Texans – SS Sam Carter, TCU

Slow 40-time and sloppy technique drop Carter farther than his talent deserves. He’s an aggressive run stopper who is solid in press coverage and has great football instincts. If used correctly, Carter could be a steal.

212.) Pittsburgh Steelers – WR Josh Harper, Fresno St

The Steelers need some young talent in their receiving core and Harper is a good value pick this late. He’s not physically imposing, but is quick out of cuts, adjusts to the ball well, and has reliable hands. Harper didn’t do much after the catch against sub-par competition in his conference so he’s not going to offer any YAC potential in the NFL, but could be solid 4th WR.

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213.) Green Bay Packers – QB Connor Halliday, Washington St

There aren’t many weak spots on the Packers depth chart, but backup QB is one of them. When Rodgers got hurt in 2013, the offense collapsed. Halliday suffered a brutal ankle injury last year, but was one of the best QBs in the nation before his injury. He excels at short to intermediate routes and is one of the best QBs in this draft at throwing people open and anticipating breaks. In a draft full of mostly backup QBs, Halliday could end up being the best one after Mariota and Winston.

214.) Seattle Seahawks – CB Julian Wilson, Oklahoma

Has one of the best size speed ratios at the position (6’2 | 205 | 4.48) and the Seahawks have had a ton of success with tall, physical DBs.

215.) St. Louis Rams – G/T Terry Poole, San Diego St

Not the greatest athlete at the position, but he understands blocking angles, leverage, and how to play offensive line. Poole’s best fit at the next level is at guard, but he could fill in at tackle or even center in a pinch and should be a solid backup lineman. With the Rams lack of talent on the O-line, Poole may even see some snaps as a rookie.

216.) Houston Texans -TE James O’Shaughnessy, Illinois St

Making a late push to get drafted after a very impressive pro day with a 4.68 40-time, quick feet, soft hands in drills, and competent blocking on tape.

217.) Kansas City Chiefs – TE MyCole Pruitt, Southern Illinois

Was probably the most impressive athlete among the tight ends at the combine with top 5 scores in five of six testing categories. He’s raw technique wise but could eventually make an impact as an H-back with some coaching.

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