2019 NFL Mock Draft – Round 6
See Also: DraftGeek’s 2019 NFL Mock Draft | “Should” Mock Draft
Trevon Wesco, FB, West Virginia
Everyone thinks they know what the new Cardinals’ offense will look like, but there could be some surprises, including a power run game.
Pittsburgh Steelers (from Oakland)
Josiah Tauaefa, ILB, UTSA
Tauaefa moves forward and plugs holes about as good as any linebacker in the draft.
Iman Marshall, CB/S, USC
Billed as a corner, Marshall looks the part of a safety at the next level that can be versatile enough to move down and cover the slot when needed.
New Orleans Saints (from NYJ)
Kaden Smith, TE, Stanford
The Saints need some help at Tight End in terms of youth. They need a young prospect to start grooming.
C.J. Conrad, TE, Kentucky
Conrad has some health concerns, but could be a value pick late in the draft.
Arizona Cardinals (from Tampa Bay)
Lil’Jordan Humphrey, WR, Texas
Nothing lil’ about Humphrey, he could make an excellent possession receiver at the next level.
Isaiah Buggs, DT, Alabama
Buggs is very high on some mock drafts, but could get lost in a crowded field of talented DT’s and fall here.
Jake Bailey, P, Stanford
A good punter is very underrated.
Paul Adams, OT, Missouri
Yes, more offensive line help for the Broncos. They need a major competition this summer at all spots.
Mitch Hyatt, OT, Clemson
The Bengals need to finally draft O-linemen, and then actually keep them when their contracts are up. Until then, they just have to keep drafting them.
Maxx Crosby, DE, Eastern Michigan
Crosby is a very intriguing prospect that could end up being a real value pick late in the draft.
Sam Mustipher, C, Notre Dame
The Packers need to protect Rodgers. That means spending several picks on players.
Tony Pollard, RB, Memphis
The Falcons would very much like to be more of a power run team.
Saivion Smith, CB, Alabama
Smith is an interesting prospect that didn’t really play consistently at his ability. A good value pick here.
Oshane Ximines, DE/OLB, Old Dominion
Once a darling of the draft community, Ximines fell as the draft season progressed. He was productive, but didn’t test well.
Alec Ingold. FB/HB, Wisconsin
Kitchens would love to have a true power run game in Cleveland.
John Baron II, K, San Diego State
When your kicker is no good, you need to draft one. If you are not 100% sure of your kicker, regardless of who you signed, you need a competition in training camp.
Baltimore Ravens (from Tennessee)
Foster Moreau, TE, LSU
Moreau caught the attention of a lot of people in the draft process. Very under-utilized in college. They have some excellent young TE’s, but they have had some injury issues.
Matt Gay, K, Utah
Stats don’t lie. The Steelers’ kicking game stinks.
Ryan Bates, OG, Penn State
The Ravens can not stop bringing in offensive line prospects for the next few years. This is the crux of the team now.
Green Bay Packers (from Seattle)
Matt Sokol, TE, Michigan State
Sokol was stuck on one of the worst offenses in major college football last year. Could be a diamond in the rough.
Lester Cotton Sr., OG, Alabama
You really can’t argue with an Alabama offensive lineman late in the draft. Houston needs lots of competition for all positions on the O-line.
Oakland Raiders (from Chicago)
Hunter Renfrow, WR, Clemson
Renfrow looks like an accountant, has the effort of Rudy and catches balls thrown to him.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Philadelphia)
Tae Hayes, CB, Appalachian State
Hayes didn’t face top level competition week in and week out but looked good against the big boys.
Cincinnati Bengals (from Dallas)
Mecole Hardman, WR, Georgia
Hardman is an interesting weapon that can help in the return game.
Khaleke Hudson, S, Michigan
The Colts will probably look for multiple safeties, and Hudson played in a pro style defense.
Gary Johnson, ILB, Texas
The Chargers will be looking to spread out their draft picks to all position units.
Jamel Dean, CB, Auburn
The Chiefs have to get better against giving up big plays. That means better players in the secondary.
Terry Buckner, Jr., DT, Missouri
Buckner is one of the more interesting prospects in the draft. He always looked good against top level competition.
Blace Brown, CB, Troy
The Rams are getting very old in their secondary.
Detroit Lions (from New England)
Trysten Hill, DT, UCF
Somehow, Hill lost his starting job. Tape simply shows a dominant DT.
Delvon Randall, S, Temple
The Patriots are great at developing under the radar players in the secondary.
Dexter Williams, RB, Notre Dame
The Redskins are getting back a stud at RB, but need some insurance.
Chase McLaughlin, K, Illinois
You gotta have a kicker.
LJ Scott, RB, Michigan State
Scott is an elite pass protector, and can tenderize defenses.
Anthony Johnson, WR, Buffalo
Karan Higdon, RB, Michigan
Versatile back that was Michigan’s best offensive player week in and week out.
Tyree Jackson, QB, Buffalo
Huge QB with rocket arm. Good place for a QB.
Jaylen Smith, WR, Louisville
A prospect that has dropped off of draft boards. When healthy and right, he is a high round prospect.
Armon Watts, DT, Arkansas
Absolute beast that got lost in crowded DT group.
Stanley Morgan Jr, WR, Nebraska
Caught on a Nebraska team in transition, Morgan could be a sleeper.