The sixth round of the 2013 NFL Draft continued with a pair of running backs going off the board to the Oakland Raiders and Carolina Panthers. The Jets, Chargers and 49ers all got in on the sixth-round action with some defensive selections.
No. 178, New York Jets: William Campbell, DT, Michigan
Campbell played defensive tackle at Michigan, but might be converted to an offensive guard in the NFL. He was a three-year starter at offensive tackle in high school.
No. 179, San Diego Chargers: Tourek Williams, DE, Florida International
Williams didn't pick up defensive end until his senior year of high school, but he has made steady and significant improvement over his four years at FIU. He is very raw and has plenty to work on before becoming a regular contributor in the NFL. He has good quickness, but needs a stronger punch with his hands. It doesn't help that he measured in at the combine with relatively short arms.
No. 180, San Francisco 49ers: Nick Moody, LB, Florida State
Moody has strong coverage skills as he started at safety for two years with the Seminoles. He moved to linebacker as a senior.
No. 181, Oakland Raiders: Latavius Murray, RB, Central Florida
Murray is a great athlete, running a 4.38 second 40-yard dash and posting a 36-inch vertical at Central Florida's pro day. He could help add depth to a Raiders backfield that is often banged up.
No. 182, Carolina Panthers: Kenjon Barner, RB, Oregon
The Panthers had a crowded backfield before the addition of Barner, but he was a great value they felt they couldn't pass on. Hidden behind LaMichael James for a couple years, Barner is built in a similar manner. Barner won't be an every-down back most likely, but James has shown that there's more than just scheme behind Oregon's backs. He has undeniable speed and he can make catches out of the backfield as well as return kicks and punts.