How have you been enjoying the first entirely online NFL Draft? In Round 1, we tried to break down every pick. Round 2, we zeroed in on the fantasy relevant picks. For rounds 3-7 though we’re going to try and recap each round with the most fantasy relevant selections and highlights.

Here are the notable picks in Round 6.

No. 180 Cincinnati Bengals select Kentucky T Hakeem Adeniji

Cincinnati is building around Joe Burrow the right way. Adeniji is the first offensive lineman the Bengals have picked in this draft and he’s a run blocker and four-year starter who played in the SEC.

No. 182 New England Patriots select Michigan G Michael Onwenu

New England has not selected a quarterback, running backs or receivers. But they have been building up their defense, tight ends and now offensive line in this round. Onwenu in particular is a quality interior lineman who excels in the run game.

No. 195 New England Patriots select Wake Forest T Justin Herron

Herron will compete for immediate playing time at the tackle position for what looks like a revamped New England offense.

No. 187 Cleveland Browns select Michigan WR Donovan Peoples-Jones

With the Browns set with two great wideouts in Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham Jr., a third receiver was needed after the team did not offer an extension to Rashard Higgins. People-Jones has the good size and speed numbers with good hands. He’s a little sluggish through his routes and struggled with injuries in his junior and final season at Michigan to put up big numbers. He’s raw and needs to be coached up but he had the tools out of high school and just needs to find his path back towards his potential.

No. 188 Buffalo Bills pick Georgia Southern PK Tyler Bass

The top-ranked kicker in this year’s draft, Bass has a booming foot with an easy range of field goals made between 30-50 yards. He hit on 100 percent of his extra points and 71.4 percent (20-of-28) of his field goals as a redshirt senior.

No. 189 Jacksonville Jaguars select Oregon State QB Jake Luton

Luton’s a big specimen at 6-7, 224, but the Jags are trying to see if they can catch lightning in a bottle again by getting a quarterback late in the draft. Broke out as a senior, completing 62 percent of his passes for 2,714 yards and 28 touchdowns playing against the Pac-12. Prior to the draft, the Jags sent Nick Foles up to Chicago while committing to Gardner Minshew. We don’t expect Luton to challenge, but then again, the same was probably said about Minshew last year.

No. 190 San Francisco 49ers pick Georgia TE Charlie Woerner

The Niners picked up a blocking tight end. Which should benefit what looks to be a ground heavy approach in 2020.

No. 192 Green Bay Packers drafted Michigan G Jon Runyan

A value pick for the versatile Runyan who comes from a good program, playing against good talent. He’s started at left tackle but has also played on the right side and at guard. That versatility will help move around an offensive line that seems to always have an injury deep in the season. He has good drive and pop off the snap and plays like a wall.

No. 208 Green Bay Packers drafted Oregon C Jake Hanson

Hanson and Stepaniak are good depth selections and a commitment to protecting Aaron Rodgers and blowing open holes for Aaron Jones.

No. 209 Green Bay Packers drafted Indiana T Simon Stepaniak

Hanson and Stepaniak are good depth selections and a commitment to protecting Aaron Rodgers and blowing open holes for Aaron Jones.

No. 200 Philadelphia Eagles pick Southern Mississippi WR Quez Watkins

The Eagles continue to hope strength is in numbers as they drafted their third receiver in this draft. Watkins is a gym guy because he had a blazing 40 at the combine and can get to that gear quickly after the catch. It’s getting the catch that is where the inconsistencies lie and that’s why he’s lasted as long as the late 6th round.

No. 201 Baltimore Ravens trade up the 6th round with Vikings to select SMU WR James Proche

Proche is another undersized receiver who catches with his hands an dynamic big play ability. This is the second receiver the Ravens have drafted for Lamar Jackson. It’s an area they need to grow as opposing defenses are expecting them to run on most plays. It makes it hard to tell any fantasy owner to take the Ravens receivers until the first month of the season has passed and we see if any of these receivers (veterans included) will make an impact consistently.

No. 207 Buffalo Bills draft Oregon State WR Isaiah Hodgins

Having already drafted Gabriel Davis, Hodgins impresses with his long wingspan for the goal line plays and near the sidelines. His size keeps him from being a burner but he’s the perfect type of receiver who should excels in the red zone.

No. 212 Indianapolis Colts select Washington State WR Dezmon Patmon

Already added Michael Pittman Jr., the Colts added another 6-4 receiver in Patmon, who could develop into a goal line threat with basketball type plays.

No. 214 Seattle Seahawks selected Florida WR Freddie Swain

The Seahawks need another receiver to contribute besides DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett. David Moore is the third receiver but lacks the ability to put the defense on its heels. Swain played four years at Florida but wasn’t a regular contributor until 2019 when he caught 38 passes for 517 yards and seven touchdowns.

Be sure to check out our recap of Round 7 of the 2020 NFL Draft.