Monday we covered rounds 1-2, Tuesday we covered rounds 3-4, and now we have come to the final two rounds of our 16 teams 6 round mock draft. 96 players for you to keep an eye on as they rise and fall throughout the draft process.
5.01 @allpurposeyrd8g Jehu Chesson, WR, Michigan
Jason profiled Chesson way back in October 2016.
This RB class is deep with potential. Like his all around skills
5.04 @duckzfan50 Adam Shaheen, TE, Ashland
Small school kid. Just needs a shot.
5.05 @SlizzDigital Derek Rivers, DE, Youngstown State
6′-5″ 255, has the quick-twitch ability as well as the ability to bend that most d-coordinators covet in a 4-3 RDE. After some good coaching he should become a productive starter with a high ceiling.
6′ 192lbs, He has great coverage skill, great in short areas makes up ground quickly, with excellent ball skills and a hard hitter!!!
5.07 @HRoman1234 Jordan Legget, TE, Clemson
A development prospect. Legget is a WR playing TE with good hands. Needs development but is already a decent blocker. Should be a serviceable TE in the NFL.
5.08 @TheFFMadman Noah Brown, WR, Ohio State
A very talented WR who didn’t get enough opportunity in the OSU offense. Big, tough kid with good hands. Quick and savvy route runner.
5.09 @nateclever8 Caleb Brantley, DT, Florida
I must be the only guy that loves the DT in fantasy but if you are in a league that has DT as a starting position landing Allen and Brantley in one draft could be your starters for many years to come. I love his confidence and compare him to Aaron Donald. Sign me up.
5.10 @Kered_Eel Chris Godwin, WR, Penn State
Had a very impressive Rose Bowl. Good size, won’t blow by anyone but wins contested catches often.
5.11 @DFF_MattK Bucky Hodges, TE, Virginia Tech
Has all the skills to become a big-time threat down the middle of the field. With the right QB I see him putting up solid stats in year 2.
5.12 @josh4444 Takkarist McKinley, OLB/DE, UCLA
He is a freak athlete. Love his burst and dip off the edge but am a bit worried if he can hold up against the run at his size. Worth the risk as a flier here in the 5th.
5.13 @FatAdamSchefter Chad Hansen, WR, Cal
How is he still available?! What a steal this late. A real physical kid in every aspect of the game. He will become a hotter name closer to draft time; he’s a day two selection. Needs to work on beating press coverage & running different routes.
5.14 @fulst_rosto Jake Butt, TE, Michigan
The Wolverine’s senior TEs draft stock will have took a hit with his torn ACL during the Orange Bowl. He possesses a great combination of size and athleticism, is a willing run and pass blocker who will require work at these skills in what may become little more than a redshirt year in the pros, still worth a late-round stash.
5.15 @CoachKernzy Marlon Mack, RB, South Florida
Was deciding between him and Hood with my last pick and got them both, great value at this point. Mack is another player that can easily be a starter in today’s NFL. Tough runner and very good receiver.
5.16 @DFF_JohnIDP Justin Evans, DB, Texas A&M
Knows his role and has great speed. Will be a help in coverage especially in zone. Tackling is why he is drafted here.
6.01 @allpurposeyrd8g Elijah McGuire, RB, La.-Lafayette
Andy Miley reviewed McGuire’s Shrine Bowl performance.
Intrigued by his size speed combo. Lottery ticket.
6.04 @duckzfan50 Marcus Cox, RB, Appalachian St
A small run of players I would have taken. Cox the next highest available.
6.05 @SlizzDigital Fred Ross, WR, Miss. St
A WR who is not excellent at one particular thing but does all things well. He is praised for his work ethic so he may be better as a pro than he was as a collegiate athlete.
They are comparing him to Jordan Reed.
6.07 @HRoman1234 Corey Clement, RB, Wisconsin
Clement is a good blocker and could crack an RBBC. He is worth stashing.
6.08 @TheFFMadman Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio State
I typically wait on CBs, even in leagues where I must start them, regardless of their talent. Based on league scoring formats – and the availability of streaming options, I can always get a solid contributor on waivers or make a low-cost trade for a replacement. Lattimore is a first-round corner. Very few players in the 2017 draft have similar skill sets. I like his chances to be a fantasy starter early in his career. Getting him this late is simply a bonus.
6.09 @nateclever8 Jerod Evans, QB, Virginia Tech
Taking a flyer QB just to see if in a few years he gets a shot with a team to start. Like this kid.
6.10 @Kered_Eel Joe Mathis, DE, Washington
My homer pick for this mock. Bow Down.
6.11 @DFF_MattK De’Veon Smith, RB Michigan
6.12 @josh4444 Matt Dayes, RB, NCST
Has all the tools to be a three-down, lunchpail type of back. Will need touches to create fantasy points as he isn’t going to be a home run hitter. Worth a shot in the 6th and hope his landing spot is a good one.
6.13 @FatAdamSchefter Connor Harris, ILB, Lindenwood
Why yes, I’ll take the next Chris Borland here. Expect this underdog to find his way to a starting role sooner than later. Tackling machine.
6.14 @fulst_rosto Artavis Scott, WR, Clemson
Comparable numbers to his sophomore year in 2015 were always going to be a huge ask with the return of M.Williams from a nearly season-long injury. Coupled with the emergence of Deon Cain his stats have regressed. A team needy of a speedy slot receiver could find a place on their depth chart for him with WR3 numbers not out of the realm of possibility.
6.15 @CoachKernzy Damore’ea Stringfellow, WR, Ole Miss
I know we’re all still waiting on Moncrief and who knows if Treadwell will ever happen but I’m going back to the Ole Miss WR well here. I like Stringfellow’s size, and he plays much faster than his times would suggest.
6.16 @DFF_JohnIDP Ryan Anderson, LB, Alabama
Guys tough as bricks and a get the job done player. Overshadowed by other teammates, he proved a steady performer. Mid round pick who should contribute for our fantasy teams.