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23 Louis Nix
55 DaQuan Jones
102 Justin Ellis
131 Zack Kerr
140 Ryan Carrethers
151 Beau Allen
156 Daniel McCullers
200 Mike Pennel
263 Ricky Havili-Heimuli
283 Villiami Moala
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NFL 2014 Live Mock Draft Round 4
Selections 101-140

2014 NFL Live Mock Draft Round 4
May 8-10, 2014



Red player info boxes represent actual picks. Blue info boxes mean that the picks are mock draft projected picks.


   - Checkmarked picks represent Drafttek correct prognostications
101 Philadelphia
Jaylen Watkins
    Florida
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +10
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
194
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
We had seen Watkins mocked to Philly in our last few DRAFTSIMs. The pick makes sense due to the Eagles beleaguered secondary. A bit surprised it isn't a CB with more size though, such as Utah's McGill. Watkins' best bet is a sub-package or in slot coverage, but that's Boykin's role. Highlight Video
Grade: B-
102 Washington
Bashaud Breeland
    Clemson
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +28
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
197
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
A great value pick for the Redskins here as Breeland's ceiling is almost as high as some of the early round CBs. He isn't overly tall, but he's got some length to his game, isn't afraid to get his nose dirty, locates the ball well and makes plays. With a little seasoning, he can be a solid NFL starter. Highlight Video
Grade: B+
103 Atlanta
Devonta Freeman
    Florida State
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     -79
Height:
5'8"
Weight:
206
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
So how many games has Steven Jackson missed since becoming a Falcon? Enough that tiny Jacquizz Rodgers has logged more carries than planned. Time to add another young pair of legs. Highlight Video
Grade: B-
104 NY Jets
Jalen Saunders
    Oklahoma
    WRS
    Reach/Value:     -53
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
165
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Jet fans can start to relax; we've finally drafted a WR. Jalen Saunders is a small slot-type guy who has also excelled in the return game. Saunders has got great hands and plays quicker than his 4.44 forty time. Geno Smith's smile just got a little wider.Highlight Video
Grade: A-
105 New England
Bryan Stork
    Florida State
    OC
    Reach/Value:     -65
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
315
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Very early for the former Seminole, who was expected to be a 6th-7th Rounder, but New England needs interior OL help. Mankins, Wendell, and Connolly are getting older and the latter two struggled in 2013. Stork has nice size but he'll need time to develop. Highlight Video
Grade: C
106 San Francisco
Bruce Ellington
    South Carolina
    WRS
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
197
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
A natural slot receiver, Ellington adds some more depth to the WR position for the 49ers and brings some 'zuzu' to the return game. Though he is fearless when attacking the middle of the field and has the ability to make defenders miss, he needs space to operate as he struggles to beat press coverage. All the potential is there for him to be a solid #3 WR. Highlight Video
Grade: B
107 Oakland
Justin Ellis
    Louisiana Tech
    DT43
    Reach/Value:     +5
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
334
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Well, it took until Round 4, but Oakland finally addressed their need along the defensive line. However, the player selected may raise some eyebrows. Taking Ellis, who still really needs to work on his body, ahead of players like Kelcy Quarles, DaQuan Jones, and Anthony Johnson is an interesting choice despite filing the need. Highlight Video
Grade: B
108 Seattle
Cassius Marsh
    UCLA
    DE43
    Reach/Value:     -64
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
268
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Again a bit of a reach drafting Cassuis Marsh in the 4th round, but not as big as Britt. Seattle is showing they just don't care, they do whatever they want. Marsh is an all effort guy who is a steady producer. NFL blood lines don't hurt. Overall not a bad pick for the Seahawks.~Rohan Kapur Highlight Video
Grade: C+
109 Buffalo
Ross Cockrell
    Duke
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -117
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
191
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Whaley makes it 4 for 4 with pre-draft visitors. Cockrell has the length you can't teach and needs NFL strength which you can build. His interception won the Shrine game this year. He'll play backup CB-S and Special Teams. Fifty pass breakups in his career.Highlight Video
Grade:B+
110 St Louis
Mo Alexander
    Utah St
    SS
    Reach/Value:     -67
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
220
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
An athletic, rangy Safety, Alexander has all the physical tools to develop into a starter down the road. Early on in his career, he should have no problems carving a niche for himself as a reserve Safety and core special teams player. A bit of a reach, as he was expected to be a late-round pick at best, but the skill-set is there for him to stick around the league. Highlight Video
Grade: B-
111 Cincinnati
Russell Bodine
    North Carolina
    OC
    Reach/Value:     -88
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
310
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Cincy now has a camp battle at Center. Kyle Cook got his walking papers during free agency leaving the Center position open for competition. Bodine fills a need and could be the day one starter and also has the ability to play OG. Highlight Video
Grade B+
112 Tennessee
DaQuan Jones
    Penn State
    DT43
    Reach/Value:     +57
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
322
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
The Titans address a big need for their new 3-4 scheme: Nose Tackle. Jones is the type of player who can eat up space and add a little pass rush. Great value pick here, as our 2014 NFL Draft Big Board valued him as a late Second Round pick.Highlight Video
Grade: A
113 NY Giants
Andre Williams
    Boston College
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     -34
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
230
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Big, powerful back that piled up 250+ yards in four different games. Other than ball security and not having much opportunity to catch passes (10 career receptions) Williams should help the Giants' running rotation. Highlight Video
Grade:B
114 Jacksonville
Aaron Colvin
    Oklahoma
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -97
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
182
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Colvin's stock took a hit when he tore his ACL in January. Prior to that he was a rising prospect expected to excel in a zone coverage scheme. The Jaguars take a chance on him and his lengthy injury history. He played multiple DB positions for the Sooners. Highlight Video
Grade: B-
115 NY Jets
Shaq Evans
    UCLA
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -61
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
213
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Typical Jets, you wait two days for a WR and we draft 2 back to back. Shaq Evans was rated as the 176th prospect on our Big Board but it's hard to be disappointed with taking another weapon for a team that ranked 31st in Pass Offense. Highlight Video
Grade: B
116 Oakland
Keith McGill
    Utah
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +53
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
211
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
This is a great value pick for the Raiders who land the #63 overall prospect on our Big Board at #116. McGill has Sherman-esque size and has tremendous potential for a 4th Rounder. The Utah CB also fills a significant need for an Oakland team that needed a corner to compete with D.J. Hayden, Terrell Brown, and Carlos Rodgers. Highlight Video
Grade: A



117 Chicago
Ka'Deem Carey
    Arizona
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     +38
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
207
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Chicago finally goes offense, but hold your breath, Bears fans....this pick is a bit risky. Punishing runner, but his size might ultimately create health issues because of that punishing running style. Character issues also create additional concerns. Highlight Video
Grade: C
118 Pittsburgh
Martavis Bryant
    Clemson
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +47
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
211
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
The Steelers finally land a big receiver. Bryant is a classic boom-or-bust prospect. He's an excellent weight-height-speed prospect but a raw route runner who drops too many balls. Who needs a CB anyway?Highlight Video
Grade: B
119 Dallas
Anthony Hitchens
    Iowa
    OLB43
    Reach/Value:     -52
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
225
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Yes, OLB is a need . . . but why not Christian Jones? Or Jonathan Brown? Or Boseko Lokombo? Or Denicos Allen? Or Shaquil Barrett? Or Prince Shembo? Or Marquis Spruill? Or Khairi Fortt? Or Justin Jackson? Are you beginning to get the idea that Ol' Long Ball thinks this is a reach? Highlight Video
Grade: D
120 Arizona
Logan Thomas
    Virginia Tech
    QB
    Reach/Value:     -61
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
248
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
The Cardinals were expected to pick a QB to be the potential heir to Carson Palmer's throne. Some thought it could happen as early as Round One with a falling Manziel, Bridgewater, or Carr. No dice. They jump on the train in RD4, but not with Mettenberger, McCarron, Savage, or Murray. No, they go with the polarizing Thomas from VT. A mammoth of a man, the former Hokie has a lot to learn from Palmer and Arians. Highlight Video
Grade: C
121 Green Bay
Carl Bradford
    Arizona State
    OLB34
    Reach/Value:     -65
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
250
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Bradford is a player that fits very well with the Packers. He's an active player that displays vicious hitting while still being a solid tackler. Bradford has shown the abilty to be a playmaker and is very effective as an edge rusher. If Nick Perry doesn't step things up, he could be looking over his shoulder at Bradford. Highlight Video
Grade: A
122 Tennessee
Marqueston Huff
    Wyoming
    FS
    Reach/Value:     -56
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
196
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Tennessee fills a need for defensive back depth with Huff, a player with the versatility to play safety and corner. He will contribute immediately on special teams, but there were better players available, such as Pierre Desir and Christian Jones, two players I would have rather seen picked in this slot. Highlight Video
Grade: C
123 Seattle
Kevin Norwood
    Alabama
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -65
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
198
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Seattle looks like it is determined to improve the receiving core. After adding Paul Richardson we now see Kevin Norwood out of Alabama. Norwood isn't elite in any one area but can definitely produce at the next level, especially if he beefs up. High-character guy with good hands and body control, great possession receiver traits. I have a feeling it won't be the last receiver Seattle takes in the draft.~Rohan Kapur
Grade: B
124 Kansas City
De'Anthony Thomas
    Oregon
    RBC
    Reach/Value:     +11
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
176
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
After losing OW (Offensive Weapon) Dexter McCluster to the Titans, the Chiefs select OW De'Anthony Thomas. Is he a RB? Is he a Slot WR? Who really knows? He is electric. Look for Andy Reid to use him like McCluster, moving him around and getting him the ball in space. He also becomes a primary option in the return game. Highlight Video
Grade: A
125 Miami
Walt Aikens
    Liberty
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -30
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
205
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Jalil Brown was the only CB on the roster listed above 6'0". Not any more. The trend for tall and long CBs has taken over the NFL and Miami joins the party with small school prospect Aikens. He was dismissed from the Illinois football team (felony possession). Guess all that talk of Hickey avoiding "bad apples" was smoke? Aikens fills a need but there was better talent on the board.
Grade: C
126 New Orleans
Khairi Fortt
    California
    OLB34
    Reach/Value:     -47
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
240
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
At 6-2, 250, Fortt has solid size and fantastic athleticism. Rob Ryan can utilize the lateral ability of Fortt in coverage, but likely has him off the field in running situations. Highlight Video
Grade: C
127 Cleveland
Pierre Desir
    Lindenwood
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +57
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
198
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Great pick! Desir will challenge out of the box for the slot assignment as a tall, competitive DB who can cover taller WRs and TEs.Highlight Video
Grade: A-
128 Carolina
Tre Boston
    North Carolina
    FS
    Reach/Value:     -104
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
194
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Tre Boston who was Second-Team All-ACC from UNC is the pick. Have to trust our scouts on this one, as I would have gone Dion Bailey if we wanted Safety here. Boston is very vocal and that is needed after Mike Mitchell left for Pittsburgh. Behind our front seven and with the opportunity to learn from DeCoud and Roman Harper, the future is bright for this young man. Check him out some of his game here.
Grade: C
129 San Francisco
Dontae Johnson
    North Carolina St
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -62
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
200
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Johnson is a polarizing prospect as there were some who felt like he brought enough athleticism to the table that the technique could be taught and developed. Others just couldn't get past his lack of technique at the position. Though he's a reach when you compare him to our Big Board, San Fran is a great landing spot for Johnson to develop, as the potential is there for him to be a starter down the road. Highlight Video
Grade: B
130 New England
James White
    Wisconsin
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     -56
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
198
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
The Patriots have had a tough time finding one reliable feature back. Belichick likes to rotate the horses in his stable and now he adds White to the group. The former Badger isn't anything special. He's more of a jack-of-all-trades; White's able to do anything asked of him but will not excel in any one area. Probably not a massive need for NE. Highlight Video
Grade: C
131 Chicago
Brock Vereen
    Minnesota
    SS
    Reach/Value:     -30
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
199
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Solid pick for the Bears, as Vereen is exceptionally tough inside the redzone. Good leader with top instincts, very smart. Won't be as useful in run support, but will just not let a wideout out of sight in short yardage. Versatile enough to utilize as free safety. Highlight Video
Grade: A
132 Seattle
Kevin Pierre-Louis
    Boston College
    OLB34
    Reach/Value:     -42
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
232
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Kevin Pierre-Louis has extremely high character. He looks more like a safety than a OLB, but he makes up for his lack of size with his speed. He can cover tight ends with his 4.46 speed and has great range. He can fly around and is a sure tackler. Great pickup for the defensive-minded Seahawks, who love athletic players. Highlight Video
Grade: A-
133 Detroit
Nevin Lawson
    Utah State
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -64
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
190
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
With the first of the RD4 compensatory picks, the Lions finally address the secondary. A native of Kingston, Jamaica, Lawson could be moved back to Free Safety. Here is his Combine analysis and his Highlight Video.
Grade: B-
134 Baltimore
Brent Urban
    Virginia
    DE43
    Reach/Value:     +4
Height:
6'7"
Weight:
295
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Canadian-born, two-year starter for the Cavaliers. He has the frame (6-7, 295) to develop into an anchor as a 5-tech DL player. Ravens needed depth for the future along the DL and Jernigan/Urban give it to them. Fills a need and they didn't reach. Highlight Video
Grade: B+
135 Houston
Tom Savage
    Pittsburgh
    QB
    Reach/Value:     +45
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
228
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Finally Texan fans, a QB to develop . . . and good value for the pick as well! If the much-rumored acquisition of Ryan Mallet comes to fruition, QB becomes a position of strength . . . and in the AFC South, you better have quality at the position! Highlight Video
Grade: A+
136 Detroit
Larry Webster
    Bloomsburg
    DE43
    Reach/Value:     -43
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
240
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Webster has NFL pedigree as the son of Larry Webster. A true sleeper, he has the kind of length, and explosive speed coveted by the Lions. He will see some snaps in the Lions' D-Line rotation and be a solid Special Teams contributor. Profile here and Highlight Video here.
Grade: B+
137 NY Jets
Dakota Dozier
    Furman
    OG
    Reach/Value:     +61
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
313
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Dakota Dozier represents great value here at the end of round 4, ranking 76th on our Big Board. The small school prospect from Furman should add quality depth year 1 and replace the aging Wille Colon, who will be a FA at the end of the 2014 season. Highlight Video
Grade: A
138 Baltimore
Lorenzo Taliaferro
    Coastal Carolina
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     -42
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
212
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
This former Chanticleer is a big bruising running back with NFL size, capable of wearing down defenses. The Ravens needed insurance due to the off-the-field transgressions of Ray Rice. Taliaferro set 11 school and 5 conference records and rushed for 2,086 yards and 31 TDs over 2 seasons. Still, probably a reach in Round Four.
Grade: C+
139 Atlanta
Prince Shembo
    Notre Dame
    OLB43
    Reach/Value:     -36
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
253
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
Not bad . . . solid run defender on the perimeter and has a solid frame to take on offensive linemen in a pass-rush scenario. With the anticipated change to more 3-4 schemes, the Falcons have to turn over some personnel, and it doesn't happen with just one draft and/or free agency period. Highlight Video
Grade: B
140 New England
Cameron Fleming
    Stanford
    ROT
    Reach/Value:     +63
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
323
Alternate Pick #1

Alternate Pick #2
The 7th-ranked LT on our Big Board, the Patriots have themselves a very good prospect here at the end of 4th Round. It was a slight surprise that he entered the draft as a Junior, as an extra year at Stanford could have helped elevate his stock, but he's landed in a great spot in New England. With his pass protection skills still developing, he'll likely start his career as a RT.
Grade: A

Traded Round 4 Picks:
Jacksonville gets Baltimore R4 and R5 pick (Eugene Monroe trade)
Cleveland gets Indianapolis R4 pick (2013 draft day trade)

NY Jets get Tampa Bay R4 pick (Darrelle Revis)

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Boise State
DE43
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Fresno State
QB
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OG
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WRF
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Colorado State
OC
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TE
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OG
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Wyoming
QB
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WRS
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Colorado State
OLB43
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Wyoming
FS
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Utah State
CB
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QB
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OLB34
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San Diego State
SS
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OC
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DE34
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