Round 6

11 Apr

166. Carolina Panthers: @donovanhorn : Doug Hogue, LB – Syracuse
167. Cincinnati Bengals: @RyanTerrana : Cliff Matthews, LB – South Carolina
168. Cleveland Browns(f/DEN): @BrendanLeister : Deunta Williams, FS – UNC
169. Buffalo Bills: @AlUmNi50 : DeAndre Brown, WR – USM
170. Cleveland Browns: @BrendanLeister : Buster Skrine, CB – Tennessee-Chattanooga
171. Arizona Cardinals: @djberns247 : Julius Thomas, TE – Portland State
172. Minnesota Vikings: @JoshMTD : Ryan Jones, CB – NW Missouri St.
173. Seattle Seahawks(f/DET): @PFF_Tyson : Cheta Ozougwu, OLB/DE – Rice
174. San Francisco 49ers: @Tre9er : Owen Marecic, FB – Stanford
175. Tennessee Titans: Tim Barnes, C/OG – Missouri
176. Dallas Cowboys: @Redsoxnation88 : Jordan White, WR – Western Michigan
177. Washington Redskins: @myfriendsftw : Justin Boren, OG – Ohio State
178. Houston Texans: @EyeoftheGator : Shiloh Keo, SS – Idaho
179. Miami Dolphins: @PFF_Zerodev : Cecil Shorts, WR – Mount Union
180. Baltimore Ravens(f/STL): @ihatejjredick : Justin Rogers, CB – Richmond
181. Oakland Raiders: @fantasy_occhs68 : Chris Culliver, S – South Carolina
182. Jacksonville Jaguars: @CaliforniaJag : Korey Lindsey-Woods, DB – Southern Illinois
183. San Diego Chargers : @TruGentleman808 : Anthony Walters, FS – Delaware
184. Arizona Cardinals(f/TB/PHI): Stephen Burton, WR – West Texas A&M
185. New York Giants: @fantasytaz : Dane Sanzenbacher, WR – Ohio State
186. Denver Broncos(f/PHI/DET): @JavertF5 : Nick Bellore, RB – Central Michigan
187. Tampa Bay Buccaneers(f/KC): @Thomsen80 : Pierre Allen, DE – Nebraska
188. Indianapolis Colts: @Tomwghagger : Kyle Hix, OT – Texas
189. Denver Broncos(f/NO/NE): @JavertF5 : Jah Reid, OT – UCF
190. San Francisco 49ers(f/SEA): @Tre9er : Zane Taylor, C – Utah
191. Baltimore Ravens: @iHateJJRedick : T.J. Yates, QB – UNC
192. Atlanta Falcons: @EmPulSe : Kris O’Dowd, C – USC
193. New England Patriots: @RumfordJohnny : Joe Lefeged, SS – Rutgers
194. New York Jets: @JohnADuckworth : Mike Mohamed, ILB – Cal
195. Chicago Bears: @BNQuinlan : Alex Green, RB – Hawaii
196. Pittsburgh Steelers: @allen21howard : Noel Devine, RB – West. Virginia
197. Green Bay Packers: @PFF_Akshay : Lee Smitth, TE – Marshall
198. New York Giants(comp): @fantasytaz : Michael Ricks, S – Stillman
199. Kansas City Chiefs(comp): @Jason_Madson : Anthony Allen, RB – Georgia Tech
200. Minnesota Vikings(comp): @JoshMTD : Denarius Moore, WR – Tennessee
201. San Diego Chargers(comp): @TruGentleman808 : Da’Rel Scott, RB – Maryland
202. New York Giants(comp): @fantasytaz : Shareece Wright, CB – USC
203. Carolina Panthers(comp): @donovanhorn : Dion Lewis, RB – Pittsburgh


Posted by on April 11, 2011 in #2


5 responses to “Round 6

  1. @AlUmNi50

    April 12, 2011 at 4:42 am

    Pick 169, Buffalo Bills, DeAndre Brown, WR – Southern Mississippi

    An elite 5-star prospect out of Ocean Springs High School, DeAndre was the most highly touted recruit to ever sign on to play for the Golden Eagles. Following an unbelievable Freshman campaign(67-1117-12 touchdowns), Brown suffered a severe leg injury in the New Orleans Bowl. After extensive rehab DeAndre returned to record 47 receptions for 785 and 9 touchdowns. DeAndre’s junior year was once again plagued by injury missing 7 games due to a lower leg strain. Risk versus Reward was the decision here. Can this guy get healthy and return to his glory days of 2008? We are not sure but what we do know is 6-6″ 240LB WR’s with excellent hands and sub 4.5 speed don’t come around in the 6th round very often. All or nothing pick but we think this guy can get healthy and if he returns to form we just found a steal of a #1 WR.

  2. Brendan Leister

    April 12, 2011 at 5:40 am

    Picks 168 and 170, Cleveland Browns, FS Deunta Williams and CB Buster Skrine

    We expect Deunta Williams to come in right away and compete for the starting job at free safety next to TJ Ward. He also needs to come in and contribute right away on special teams.

    Buster Skrine is an intriguing prospect because of his athleticism. He has a ton of upside and he’s dynamic with the ball in his hands. We expect Skrine to come in and shine on special teams right away.

    We are extremely excited about each of these players. Both have the talent and potential to be starters for a long time in this league.

    Thank you,

    Browns GM

  3. Justin Occhionero

    April 12, 2011 at 9:09 am


    Wanting to still focus on defense, the Raiders decided to go with Chris Culliver, an athletic safety/cornerback from South Carolina. His speed (4.36 40 at combine) was what initially impressed us about him. He also has good size and has shown that he can do damage in the return game, being as he was the all-time leading rusher for the Gamecocks. He will be expected to contribute to Special Teams initially, and has the potential to become a starter on our team. Overall, a tremendous athlete with the potential to do great things, in the 6th round we cannot ask for more.

    Justin Occhionero
    GM Oakland Raiders

  4. Josh D

    April 13, 2011 at 1:11 am

    With the 172nd selection, the Vikings select CB Ryan Jones, NW Missouri State

    Ryan Jones may be coming from a smaller school, but he has shown the skills and potential to be developed in the NFL. Has played in two National Championships and check out the stat line from his last two seasons: 111 tackles, 6 TFL, 11 INTs, 2 TDs, 24 PBU. He has clearly been challenged in college and stepped up to the task. Will push Asher Allen for the nickel corner/first sub position out the gate.

    With the 200th selection, the Vikings select WR Denarius Moore, Tennessee

    Moore is a nice developmental project at WR. Has shown the ability to make plays after the catch and the body control to make tough catches outside his frame. Tends to disappear at times, but has also shown he can be a difference maker. Has the size/speed to play all the receiver positions.

  5. Bee

    April 13, 2011 at 4:34 am

    with the 183rd pick the Chargers take FS/CB Anthony Walters from the University of Delaware – and with the 201st pick the Chargers take RB Da’Rel Scott from Maryland

    Walters – a S/CB hybrid and a part of arguably one of the better secondaries in the nation at Delaware he’ll help out our secondary and even though we signed Bob Sanders there’s no guarantee he’ll stay healthy and Weddle’s been in need of a compliment at the Safety position.

    Scott – a speedster, ran a 4.4 40 and was a playmaker at Maryland. Sproles could be gone, Scott will be a nice compliment to Mathews and makes use of his touches for example against East Carolina he had 13 carries for 200 yards, he’s bigger than Sproles and has the speed to get involved in this offense.


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