2011 NFL Draft Results: Matt Bosher Is First Punter Taken, Selected By Falcons

As the 2011 NFL Draft's sixth round winds down, let's recap picks 191-195:

191. Philadelphia Eagles select OG Jason Kelce from Cincinnati. Kelce was an All-Big East selection after originally walking on with the Bearcats.

192. Atlanta Falcons select P Matt Bosher from Miami. Bosher averaged over 40 yards per punt for four years for the Hurricanes and is the first punter selected in the 2011 NFL Draft.

193. Philadelphia Eagles select LB Brian Rolle from Ohio State. With a pick acquired from the Patriots, Philly grabs a New England specialty: an undersized linebacker with a history of production.

194. New England Patriots select LB Markell Carter from Central Arkansas. If Carter is supposed to provide the pass rush help the Patriots so desperately need, it's not a solution most Patriots fans are going to be excited about.

195. Chicago Bears select LB J.T. Thomas from West Virginia. Thomas has decent size and was a four-year player for the Mountaineers.

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, third, fourth, and fifth rounds.

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