191. Baltimore Ravens: DB Jamar Summers, UConn
The Ravens could use some depth in their secondary. They have some good starters across every position, but they need a backup safety/corner who can play multiple positions across the unit. Jamar Summers would be a great fit.
Summers has flown a bit under the radar, but he was once considered to be a potential Day 2 pick. Summers had a whopping eight interceptions as a sophomore, but he has since cooled off regarding the interceptions. He has logged three in the past two seasons with 16 passes defensed. That said, Summers is still good in coverage and has tackling skills. He could end up being a steal for the Ravens and I like his value at this point.
192. Los Angeles Chargers: OT Jamil Demby, Maine
The Chargers are desperate for offensive line help, and it’s a bit curious as to why they haven’t addressed the position until this point. They need a right tackle, and Jamil Demby, a four-year starter at Maine, is the best option remaining. Demby weighs in at a massive 335 pounds and his 6-foot-5 frame will make him an ideal fit at right tackle. That’s exactly what the Chargers need, so perhaps he could be a starter despite being a sixth round pick.
193. Seattle Seahawks (via PHI via SEA): QB Nic Shimonek, Texas Tech
Nic Shimonek has a good arm and Texas Tech has recently produced some NFL level talent. Shimonek has good arm strength and he just needs to learn how to read NFL defenses and improve his ball placement. Shimonek fits the mold of the quarterbacks that have gone in this range lately. Potential packed players with arm talent and accuracy. That’s why the Seahawks elect to select him here.
194. New York Jets (via DAL): LB Tre’ Williams, Auburn
Avery Williamson was a great get for the Jets in free agency, but the team lost Demario Davis to the New Orleans Saints. So, they still have a need at inside linebacker and should look to add one. Tre’ Williams is a solid option here. While he wasn’t a high-level producer at Auburn, he’s a really good athlete with good size for a linebacker. The Jets could use him as a backup and look to develop him into a starter if Darron Lee doesn’t improve in 2018.