2014 NFL Draft day 3 results: Bears select punter Pat O'Donnell, who killed the combine

Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

The punter who benched more than Jadeveon Clowney was drafted by the Bears in the sixth round.

SB Nation 2014 NFL Draft

Teams often look to fill specific voids in the later rounds of the draft. In the sixth round on Saturday, the Chicago Bears drafted Pat O'Donnell, the first punter to be taken in the 2014 NFL Draft.

O'Donnell was terrific with the Miami Hurricanes, setting a new school record with an average of 47.1 yards per punt last season. He also handled the team's extra-point duties.

O'Donnell became a national name with a very impressive showing at the combine. He ran a speedy 4.62 40-yard dash officially, the fastest time for a punter since 2009. His unofficial first time was even better at 4.53 seconds. He benched 225 pounds 23 times -- that was more than No. 1 pick Jadeveon Clowney (21). And at 6'4 and 220 pounds, no one will be seeking O'Donnell out in punt coverage.

Here is a full recap of players selected with picks 191-206:

Pick Team Player Position School
191. Chicago Bears Pat O'Donnell P Miami
192. Pittsburgh Steelers Jordan Zumwalt OLB UCLA
193. Kansas City Chiefs (from Dallas) Nevin Lawson CB Utah State
194. Baltimore Ravens Keith Wenning QB Ball State
195. New York Jets Brandon Dixon CB Northwest Missouri State
196. Arizona Cardinals Walt Powell WR Murray St.
197. Green Bay Packers Demetri Goodson CB Baylor
198. New England Patriots (from Philadelphia) Zach Moore DE Concordia University St. Paul
199. Seattle Seahawks (from Cincinnati) Garrett Scott OT Marshall
200. Kansas City Chiefs Laurent Duvernay-Tardif OT McGill (Canada)
201. San Diego Chargers Marion Grice RB

Arizona State

202. New Orleans Saints Tavon Rooks OT Kansas State
203. Indianapolis Colts Andrew Jackson ILB Western Kentucky
204. Carolina Panthers Tyler Gaffney RB Stanford
205. Jacksonville Jaguars (from San Francisco) Luke Bowanko C Virginia

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