With the 2013 NFL Draft officially in the books, it's time to break down each and every pick made.
In this article, I'm examining the best five selections in the sixth round.
Don't sleep on these guys, because great players can come from any round.
Example: Tom Brady (2000) was picked in the 6th round, 199th overall.
5.) BACARRI RAMBO, S, WASHINGTON REDSKINS - RD 6, PK 23 (191)
Vitals: Height - 6'1'' Weight - 211 pounds College - Georgia
Skinny: Bacarri Rambo is one of the best safeties in this year's draft. So why did he get picked so late? Character issues. Rambo was suspended multiple times at UGA for a variety of reasons, including a failed drug test.
Hopefullly, he can get that part straightened out, because he's a phenomenal talent. Bacarri is more than willing to step up and tackle in the run game.
He was productive in all four seasons as a Bulldog. Rambo has the size and speed to be a good safety in the league, but those traits aren't spectacular.
With the Redskins always needing safety help, he has the chance to get playing time right away. If Bacarri Rambo can stay out of trouble, the Redskins could have solved at least one of their safety spot woes.
NFL Comparison: Mark Barron (Buccaneers)
Realistic Career Projection: An eventual starter, perhaps a few years down the line. Nothing more than an above average safety.
4.) CORNELIUS WASHINGTON, DE, CHICAGO BEARS - RD 6, PK 20 (188)
Vitals: Height - 6'4'' Weight - 265 pounds College - Georgia
Skinny: Cornelius Washington was very underwhelming in his career at Georgia, especially in his senior season. How underwhelming? Washington recorded just one half sack in 14 games. Also, Cornelius has been in trouble with the law, and was suspended/disciplined multiple times at UGA.
So why even take this kid? The raw talent, and his unreal balance of size, speed, and strength. Not only is this perfect for the NFL, but it's perfect for the Bears' 4-3 scheme.
Washington will fit right in with the likes of Julius Peppers, Israel Idonije, and Corey Wootton. The Bears got a steal here, finding another DE for their pass rush rotation late in the 6th round.
NFL Comparison: Mark Anderson (Bills)
Realistic Career Projection: An eventual starter, but nothing more. Simply a solid NFL player.
3.) RYAN SWOPE, WR, ARIZONA CARDINALS - RD 6, PK 6 (174)
Vitals: Height - 6'0'' Weight - 205 pounds College - Texas A&M
Skinny: Ryan Swope was an extremely productive receiver at Texas A&M, catching 233 passes in his final three seasons at the school. The pick makes sense for Arizona, who now can put Fitz and Michael Floyd on the perimeter, with Swope/Andre Roberts in the slot.
Pair them with incoming quarterback Carson Palmer, and the Red Birds could be up to something in 2013. Swope has straight-line speed in addition to his quickness, which makes some experts believe he could play on the outside as well.
Ryan Swope has a history of head injuries, and should be monitored closely. Overall, Swope's blend of size and speed, along with his great hands and experience on special teams, make him a great pick-up for the Cardinals.
NFL Comparison: Austin Collie (Colts)
Realistic Career Projection: If he can stay healthy, and has the right QB, Swope could be a bigger, stronger, and faster version of Wes Welker.
2.) VINCE WILLIAMS, ILB, PITTSBURGH STEELERS RD 6, PK 38 (206)
Vitals: Height - 6'1'' Weight - 247 pounds College - Florida State
Skinny: Vince Williams is one of the best run-stopping ILB's in the draft. In that sense, he is comparable to Manti Te'o. So why did the former Seminole fall to the end of the sixth round? His 40 time of 4.9 seconds.
While Williams doesn't have great straight-line speed, he has tremendous football speed. He sheds blocks well, gets to the hole quickly, and has excellent instincts. Vince has good size for the position and the right work ethic.
Also, Williams fits well with the Steelers' scheme -- note that recent Pittsburgh inside linebackers like James Farrior and Larry Foote aren't great against the pass either.
NFL Comparison: Bradie James (Texans)
Realistic Career Projection: A legitimate 2-down run-stopping inside linebacker, that would likely come off the field for 3rd down passing situations.
1.) KAPRON LEWIS-MOORE, DE, BALTIMORE RAVENS RD 6, PK 32 (200)
Vitals: Height - 6'4'' Weight - 298 pounds College - Notre Dame
Skinny: Kapron Lewis-Moore was highly touted heading into the draft as one of the most underrated prospects at any position. He can play as a 3-4 end or at defensive tackle in a 4-3 scheme. Kapron would've been taken in the 3rd or 4th round had he not torn his ACL in the National Championship against Alabama.
Lewis-Moore is not overly impressive against the run or as a pass rusher, but is solid in both categories and has the potential to become a star in the NFL.
The Ravens have already announced that Kapron Lewis-Moore will likely spend the 2013 season on IR. When KLM recovers from his knee injury, the Ravens will have the steal of the 6th round.
NFL Comparison: Cory Redding (Colts)
Realistic Career Projection: A 10 to 15-year veteran at the 3-4 DE spot -- likely won't make a Pro Bowl, but will be reliable and productive for several years.