The 2013 NFL Draft is heading down the stretch. The sixth round is now in the books, and the Chiefs continued to add prospects by taking a fullback and defensive end. The Ravens took a flier on a Division II project, and the Raiders gave a chance to a guy with multiple off-field incidents.
Let's recap the 203rd-207th picks:
203, Baltimore Ravens: Ryan Jensen, OT, Colorado State-Pueblo
The 6'3, 317-pound lineman ran a 5.28 and benched 30 reps at CSUP's pro day. Jensen was a four-year starter at the tiny Division II school.
204, Kansas City Chiefs: Braden Wilson, FB, Kansas State
Viewed as one of the top fullback prospects in the draft, Wilson started every game at Kansas State the past three seasons.
205, Oakland Raiders: Stacy McGee, DT, Oklahoma
Once a highly recruited high schooler, McGee's college career was derailed by a series of arrests and suspensions. He has the size (6'3, 304 pounds) and strength to be an asset if he stays out of trouble.
206, Pittsburgh Steelers: Vince Williams, ILB, Florida State
Though he doesn't project as a star, Williams profiles as a run-stopping inside linebacker in the NFL. A smart player at Florida State, Williams should be able to adapt to the next level. He wasn't strong in pass coverage at the collegiate level, and his flaws will be exposed further in the pros -- especially since the NFL is a pass-heavy league.
207, Kansas City Chiefs: Mike Catapano, DE, Princeton
NFL draftees don't usually come from Princeton. In fact, it's been 12 years since a player from the school has been drafted, but Catapano is an intriguing player. He had 12 sacks and 15.5 tackles for loss en route to earning Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year as a senior, but he really became a draft factor at his pro day. There, he impressed scouts enough to convince a handful of teams that he was a legitimate NFL prospect and not just a player who feasted on inferior competition.
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