2020 NFL Draft: Notes and Analysis for Each Sixth Round Selection

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Want to know what I think of each choice made in the sixth round of the 2020 NFL Draft? You can follow throughout the day on Saturday as I note all of the choices from Round 6 below. Be sure to refresh this page throughout the night for the latest notes. You can keep track of all the choices for the whole project and my notes in our project tracking tool.

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180. Bengals: OL Hakeem Adeniji, Kansas

Quality: A-. Adeniji has a rapid hip roll and plays with impressive explosiveness. Insert his punch, just late with that sometimes. A sort of OT / OG tweener. The Bengals had to add more talented blockers to the list. They have one here.

181. Broncos: G Netane Muti, Fresno State

Quality: A-. Serious injuries are cause for concern but Muti has left tackling feet and incredible strength / torque to move the defenders. Sometimes goes out over his feet in pro pass.

182. Patriots: G Michael Onwenu, Michigan

Quality: B +. Large thick interior blocker that will tip into the racing game. Concrete anchor in pro pass. Limited lateral movement. Typical Day 3 for New England. Has the starter backwards. Human mammoth.

183. Giants: LB Cam Brown, Penn State

Classroom: C +. LB towering with moments of fluid hip and great play skills, then has long stretches of invisibility. Slow play recognition skills. Large plating radius not very consistent there. Has the size to work with TE but the cover is not its strength.

184. Panthers: DL Bravvion Roy, Baylor

Classroom: B +. Roy looks like a tackle on the nose but a contraction of a penetrating DT. Some manual work too. Sometimes plays too high. When he does, he sticks glue on him. Can continue laterally along the line. More defense for Carolina?

185. Dolphins: LS Blake Ferguson, LSU

Classroom: F. Even with an abundance of choice, the Dolphins are not able to spend a choice on a long snapper, although Ferguson is easily the best in long snapper in this class.

186. Chargers: S Alohi Gilman, Notre Dame

Classroom: C +. Gilman is a safety box with quality instincts and a good amount of reach during the cover retreat. Reliable stapler. Faster than fast. More defensive back talent in Los Angeles.

187. Browns: WR Donovan Peoples-Jones, Michigan

Classroom: A-. It’s good value for the Browns with Peoples-Jones. Historical explosiveness and large size. The cornerbacks remain glued to him throughout the course. Some high level flashes but no specialist there. Same thing at high speed.

188. Bills: K Tyler Bass, South Georgia

Classroom: F. Buffalo doesn’t have a plethora of spots on the list, but writing a kicker in Round 6 is almost never a good use of a draft pick. The bass is one of the best in its class.

189. Jaguars: QB Jake Luton, Oregon State

Classroom: B +. Luton has arm strength to play in the league. Do not put the ball in precarious situations. The accuracy is good, not excellent. The presence of pocket leaves much to be desired.

190. Philadelphia Eagles

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198. Pittsburgh Steelers

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199. Los Angeles Rams

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202. Arizona Cardinals

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204. New England Patriots

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206. Jacksonville Jaguars

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207. Buffalo Bills

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208. Green Bay Packers

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210. San Francisco 49ers

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212. New England Patriots

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213. New England Patriots

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214. Seattle Seahawks

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