Want to know what I think of every pick made in the sixth round of the 2020 NFL Draft? You can follow along throughout the day Saturday as I grade all the Round 6 picks below. Be sure to refresh this page throughout the night to get the latest grades. You can keep track of all the picks for the entire draft and my grades in our draft tracker

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180. Bengals: OL Hakeem Adeniji, Kansas

Grade: A-. Adeniji has swift hip roll off the snap and plays with impressive explosiveness. Pop in his punch, just late with it at times. Kind of a OT/OG tweener. Bengals had to add more talented blockers to the roster. They get one here.

181. Broncos: G Netane Muti, Fresno State

Grade: A-. Major injury concerns but Muti has left tackle feet and unbelievable strength/torque to move defenders. At times gets out over his feet in pass pro.

182. Patriots: G Michael Onwenu, Michigan

Grade: B+. Tall, thick interior blocker who will rock in the run game. Concrete anchor in pass pro. Just limited moving laterally. Typical Day 3 pick up front for New England. Has starter upside. Mammoth human.

183. Giants: LB Cam Brown, Penn State

Grade: C+. Towering LB with moments of hip fluidity and big play-making skill, then has long stretches of invisibility. Slow play recognition skills. Large tackling radius not majorly consistent there. Has the size to run with TE but coverage isn’t his forte.

184. Panthers: DL Bravvion Roy, Baylor

Grade: B+. Roy looks like a nose tackle yet has twitch of a penetrating DT. Some hand work too. At times plays too high. When he does, blocks glue to him. Can chase laterally down the line. More defense for Carolina?

185. Dolphins: LS Blake Ferguson, LSU

Grade: F. Even with an abundance of picks, the Dolphins are not in a position to spend a pick on a long snapper, although Ferguson is easily the best in long snapper in this class. 

186. Chargers: S Alohi Gilman, Notre Dame

Grade: C+. Gilman is a box safety with quality instincts and a fair amount of range when retreating in coverage. Reliable tackler. Quicker than fast. More defensive back talent in Los Angeles.

187. Browns: WR Donovan Peoples-Jones, Michigan

Grade: A-. This is good value for the Browns with Peoples-Jones. Historic explosiveness and great size. Cornerbacks stay stuck to him throughout the route. Some flashes of high-point ability but not a specialist there. Same with long speed. 

188. Bills: K Tyler Bass, Georgia Southern

Grade: F. Buffalo doesn’t have a plethora of roster spots available, but drafting a kicker in Round 6 is almost never good use of a draft pick. Bass is one of the best in the class. 

189. Jaguars: QB Jake Luton, Oregon State

Grade: B+. Luton has the arm strength to play in the league. Doesn’t put the ball in precarious situations. Accuracy is good, not great. Pocket presence leaves a lot to be desired.

190. 49ers: TE/FB Charlie Woerner, Georgia

Grade: C-. Woerner has some Shanahan style to his game in that he’s an H-back who excels underneath in the receiving game. Some explosive movements just not a specialist anywhere. 

191. Jets: P Braden Mann, Texas A&M

Grade: D+. Mann has a booming leg but this is a punter for a team in need of more pieces at other more valuable positions.

192. Packers: G Jon Runyan, Michigan

Grade: B-. Runyan tested through the roof at the combine but doesn’t play to that level of athleticism on film. Plenty of experience. Guard at the next level. Quality depth for Green Bay up front but needs to get strong and play with better balance. 

193. Colts: DT Robert Windsor, Penn State

Grade: C. Never-complacent battler with good, not great burst off the snap. Can squeeze through gaps but lacks power and pass-rush moves. Indianapolis had to get some more bodies in the trenches. Windsor’s motor could be the catalyst that allows him to make the team.

194. Buccaneers: DT Khalil Davis, Nebraska

Grade: C. High-end explosiveness for the DT spot but played out of position at Nebraska. Inside, he’ll threaten as a penetrator. Gets washed out against the run and has no pass-rushing moves to lean on. Purely developmental, athletic defensive tackle.

195. Patriots: G Justin Herron, Wake Forest

Grade: C+. The length and light feet are there for Herron to eventually start at OT. Has a ways to go in terms of dealing with power. Has to fill out his frame. Great movement to second level just not overly effective there. 

196. Eagles: LB Shaun Bradley, Temple

Grade: B-. Above-average athletically in every way. Just a tick late recognizing what’s happening. Stellar straight-line speed. Mostly used as QB spy or blitzer instead of coverage player. Eagles had to rebuild the LB group. Have tried to do that in this draft.

197. Lions: DT John Penisini, Utah

Grade: A-. Penisini will boost the Lions run defense immediately and constantly battles with his hands to get an edge. Good strength and deceptive athlete. Nice value here for Detroit at position of need.

198. Steelers: S Antoine Brooks, Maryland

Grade: A. Brooks has brilliant football IQ that helps him stay a step ahead of everybody on the field. Bendy, flexible athlete best at ranging, in-the-box safety. Some moments of playmaking in coverage. Fun linebacker/safety hybrid.

199. Rams: S Jordan Fuller, Ohio State

Grade: C. Starting safety size and athleticism just never created the production his athletic profile would indicate. Decent range, run-stopping. Not a specialist.

200. Eagles: WR Quez Watkins, Southern Mississippi

Grade: C+. Serious burner with sub 4.40 speed who has good hip sink when breaking off his route stem. Just didn’t run many routes. Downfield specialist. Lower grade because Eagles have gone bananas acquiring receivers. 

201. Ravens: WR James Proche, SMU

Grade: A. Savvy route-runner who gets open more than his athleticism would suggest. Ridiculous ball skills. Attacks the football with reckless abandon. Some YAC wiggle too. Impressive value here for Baltimore. 

202. Cardinals: LB Evan Weaver, California

Grade: A-. Value pick at this juncture of the draft. Weaver plays upright and doesn’t have new-age LB athleticism but his instincts are through the roof and he battles through blockers. Gets the job done in coverage too. Cardinals needed more LB reinforcement.

203. Vikings: G Blake Brandel, Oregon State

Grade: D+. Was not really on the draft radar. Movement skills would be his biggest plus but balance is lacking, as is a road-grading, mean streak. 

204. Patriots: LB Cassh Maluia, Wyoming

Grade: D. Another player not on the draft radar. Stocky build and old-school, downhill playing style. Has special teams value. 

205. Vikings: S Josh Metellus, Michigan

Grade: C. Like the athleticism despite his stockier frame. Not a fluid coverage player but has versatility to play anywhere at the second level or in the deep middle at times. Needs to improve his ability to find the football.

206. Jaguars: TE Tyler Davis, Georgia Tech

Grade: D. Head-scratching pick as Davis was less productive in 2019 than he was in 2018. The athleticism and size are there, just raw as a receiver. Some blocking prowess. 

207. Bills: WR Isaiah Hodgins, Oregon State

Grade: A-. Spectacular value, but just a crowded WR room now in Buffalo. Hodgins is tall with strong, reliable hands and elite ball skills. Above-average athlete for his large frame. Good on double moves. Not a burner. 

208. Packers: C Jake Hanson, Oregon

Grade: C+. Ultra-experienced pivot who’ll execute his assignments but doesn’t have the athleticism to be a quality starter.

209. Packers: OL Simon Stepaniak, Indiana

Grade: C+. Gets overly antsy and out over his feet, yet the power and size make him an appealing pick here. More of a boom-or-bust blocker than anything else. 

210. Eagles: OT Prince Tega Wanogho, Auburn

Grade: A. Some injury and consistency concerns. Franchise LT size and strength and moments of absolute brilliance. Moves awesomely for his size. Must clean up hand work and keep feet moving in pass pro to ride defenders past the QB. Love the developmental blocker this late for Philly. 

211. Colts: CB Isaiah Rodgers, Massachusetts

Grade: D+. Tiny, speed-based slot cornerback who’ll make large jump in competition to NFL. Not overly dominant at small-school level, but the feet and flashes of ball skills are there. 

212. Colts: WR Dezmon Patmon, Washington State 

Grade: B. Tall, built burner who can thrive on the vertical route tree. Has problems turning. Can box out and high-point too. Primed to be better pro than he was at Washington State. 

213. Colts: LB Jordan Glasgow, Michigan

Grade: D+. High-energy linebacker who’ll get to the football against the run more than you’d expect given his athleticism. Active blitzer. Not much value in coverage. 

214. Seahawks: WR Freddie Swain, Florida

Grade: C. Never was a major producer in college but intriguing late-round option because of his high-end athleticism and route-running ability. 

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