From all indications, it seems as if we're going with a defensive player at #6 or perhaps Ronnie Stanley.
I completely understand and appreciate the idea of looking at a pass rusher or corner, especially considering the need. With that said, I think we'd be remiss to not take a long look at Ezekiel Elliott with the 6th pick.
Despite having players that occupy the running back spot, we don't have anyone that really stands out. West and Buck Allen are good depth, we don't know how good Forsett will be coming off the injury and entering his 30's. Plus, we really can't expect anything out of Trent Richardson, should we bring him in. For a team that desperately lacks playmakers on offense, Elliott is a guy that absolutely fits the bill. He's a rare talent; a guy that can hit a home run every time he touches the ball.
I know that everyone will say that the running back position has been devalued across the league but our organization obviously still values running back and we still build our offense around our the running game. So when you take into account our offensive philosophy and our need for playmakers/talent at the skill positions, I think we need to give Elliott serious consideration at #6.