The draft is beginning to wind down as we're staring down the end of the sixth round and into the beginning of the seventh and final round. The Bears added defensive end Cornelius Washington with the No. 188 pick, the Buccaneers selected Mike James at No. 189, the Bengals grabbed Rex Burkhead at No. 190, the redskins selected Bacarri Rambo at No. 191 and the Colts grabbed John Boyett at No. 192.
Here's a look at picks 188 through 192:
188. Chicago Bears: Cornelius Washington, DE, Georgia, 6'4, 265 pounds
The Bears added a defensive end late in the sixth round who can also play as a rush linebacker. He's considered raw but should be able to add depth to the Bears' defensive line and possibly rotate in as an extra pass rusher, which is necessary when playing in the NFC North.
189. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Mike James, RB, Miami, 5'10, 223 pounds
James is a between the tackles ball carrier who knows how to block as well as catch the ball out of the backfield. NFL.com compares him to BenJarvus Green-Ellis, and since the Bucs traded LeGarrette Blount to the Patriots, they traded up to grab James in the sixth.
190. Cincinnati Bengals: Rex Burkhead, RB, Nebraska, 5'10, 214 pounds
The Bengals added their second running back in the draft in Burkhead. They have Green-Ellis and now Giovani Bernard, selected in the second round, as well as Bernard Scott and Cedric Peerman. They likely selected Burkhead to add some competition in the backfield and for special teams competition.
191. Washington Redskins: Bacarri Rambo, S, Georgia, 6'0, 211 pounds
The Redskins selected Bacarri Rambo with their sixth-round pick. Rambo was one of the best remaining safeties left on the board. He has the size and speed to be effective against both the run and pass. However, he was suspended multiple times while at Georgia, which may have been the reason he fell to the sixth round.
192. Indianapolis Colts: John Boyett, S, Oregon, 5'10, 204 pounds
Boyett is a little short for the position, but he's smart and athletic. He has picked off nine passes in his career with Oregon and led the team in tackles in 2011. His senior year was cut short by a knee injury.