The biggest steal from every round of the 2018 NFL Draft: Round 6

The NFL Draft was full of surprises. There were many picks that were shocking, with some prospects going way earlier than expected, and others waiting way longer to be picked then they should have been.

There was a lot of very good selections from the NFL Draft, but some standout more than others. Here are the biggest steals from every round of the 2018 NFL Draft.

Round 1
Round 2
Round 3
Round 4
Round 5
Round 6
Round 7

NOTE: To see the biggest steals of EVERY Round, click through the links above.

Round 6: Deon Cain, WR, Indianapolis Colts (185th overall)

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Deon Cain has had a solid career at Clemson, and I am very surprised that Cain did not go higher. Especially in a WR class with so many question marks. Cain (6-1, 210) was mainly a deep threat at Clemson, and had his best season in 2016 when the Tigers won it all. Cain benefited greatly when Deshaun Watson was his Quarterback, and averaged a ridiculous 19.1 yards per catch during that National Title season. Cain will have a good chance to win a starting-job on the outside for the Colts, who are very thin at Wide Receiver. Drafting Cain was a tremendous move by the Colts, and Cain will prove to be a steal this late in the draft.

Runner Up: Jamarco Jones, OT, Seattle Seahawks (168th overall)

NOTE: To see the biggest steals of EVERY Round, click through the links below.

Round 7

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