199. Tennessee Titans: QB Tanner Lee, Nebraska
With the Brady pick, the Titans try to land an undervalued quarterback of their own. They could use a true backup to Marcus Mariota, as they had the washed up Matt Cassel at the position to start last season. Adding a younger player would make sense, and Tanner Lee is an intriguing option.
Lee has to work on his accuracy and turnovers at the NFL level, but he has experience running a pro-style offense. He has an arm and if he can work with a good quarterback coach, he may be able to improve his accuracy. As it stands, he has a 6-foot-4 frame and looks like a prototypical quarterback. For that reason, Lee makes sense as a potential backup for the Titans. They would risk very little by adding him here.
200. Denver Broncos (via ATL): G Colby Gossett, Appalachian State
The Broncos could use some more depth on their interior offensive line behind their top guards. Colby Gossett is one of the best available players, as he has a nice frame and good strength. Once he gets to the NFL, he could develop into a quality backup.
201. New Orleans Saints: S Quin Blanding, Virginia
The Saints need to add some depth at the safety position, as Kenny Vaccaro may not return to the team. He was a versatile role player in their defense, so adding someone who can play safety, man the slot, and play some linebacker could be crucial.
Quin Blanding can do at least two of those things. Blanding was a great tackler at Virginia, and he totaled a whopping 136 tackles as a senior. In fact, he never had a season in which he finished with less than 115 stops. Blanding could develop into a top backup or potentially a starter. He’s a football player with great instincts and the Saints will recognize that for sure.
202. Pittsburgh Steelers: OLB Marquis Haynes, Ole Miss
The Steelers are never afraid to add to their pass rushing corps. Marquis Haynes has recorded at least seven sacks in each of his four collegiate seasons, and the only reason that he falls is because he will be limited to the 3-4 outside linebacker position if he can’t add some weight. Standing at 230 pounds, Haynes can be a rotational speed rusher for the Steelers, and he would probably fit in very well. Landing him at this point would be a huge get for the Steelers, and their sixth round currently looks better than most of the other teams.