2018 NFL Draft Tracker – Round 4

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2018 NFL Draft Tracker – Round 4

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2019 NFL Mock Draft

DraftGeek’s 2019 NFL Mock Draft

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

NFL Mock Draft - Carolina Panthers101. Carolina Panthers

Ian Thomas, TE, Indiana – Carolina is being smart by staying ahead of the issue with their excellent TE retiring soon. Thomas showed flashes of elite talent.


NFL Mock Draft - Minnesota Vikings102. Minnesota Vikings

Jalyn Holmes, DE, Ohio State – A strong defensive end that uses power and will need to learn more pass rush techniques to develop into a more well rounded pass rusher. Adds depth to a team strength.


NFL Mock Draft - Houston Texans103. Houston Texans

Keke Coutee, WR, Texas Tech – Shifty little slot receiver that adds another speed element to an evolving offense that they are building around Deshaun Watson.


NFL Mock Draft - Indianapolis Colts104. Indianapolis Colts

Nyheim Hines, RB, NC State – Versatile running back with excellent speed and agility. Should be a big contributor in the passing game and a good outlet option for Luck.


NFL Mock Draft - Cleveland Browns105. Cleveland Browns

Antonio Callaway, WR, Florida – Young players need second chances, but Callaway has had many already. This is a team with one of the most trouble wide receivers in the history of the league. The days of building teams with troubled but talented players are long since over. The Browns don’t have the clout to be doing these types of moves.


NFL Mock Draft - Denver Broncos106. Denver Broncos

Josey Jewell, ILB, Iowa – Known in the Big 10 as one of the best players in the conference, Jewell is an old school football player that is always around the ball. Great value here.


NFL Mock Draft - New York Jets107. New York Jets

Christopher Herndon, TE, Miami – Two things probably caused Herndon to drop- an injury and scheme in college. Getting Sam Darnold a talented tight end as a safety valve is a smart move.


NFL Mock Draft - New York Giants108. New York Giants

Kyle Lauletta, QB, Richmond – Smart, technique sound QB that landed in an excellent situation. He will have the opportunity to develop and learn for a few years and the Giants will know what they have in him by then.


NFL Mock Draft - Washington Redskins109. Washington Redskins

Troy Apke, S, Penn State – Interesting that Apke is the first PSU safety off of the board. He shined at the combine, and appeared to be a late round selection that could be a special teams ace.


NFL Mock Draft - Oakland Raiders110. Oakland Raiders

Nick Nelson, CB, Wisconsin – Very quick corner with a nose for the ball. Works very well against the small, shifty running backs that get out on patterns.


NFL Mock Draft - Los Angeles Rams111. Los Angeles Rams

Brian Allen, C, Michigan State – Played in a pro-style system and just a relentless competitor. Tough and plays with all out effort. Team leader.


NFL Mock Draft - Cincinnati Bengals112. Cincinnati Bengals

Mark Walton, RB, Miami – Devalued due to injury issues, if he stays healthy, will help provide the Bengals with an exceptional running back stable.


NFL Mock Draft - Denver Broncos113. Denver Broncos

DaeSean Hamilton, WR, Penn State – Exceptional route runner, with excellent hands. Off the charts character.


NFL Mock Draft - Detroit Lions114. Detroit Lions

Da’Shawn Hand, DT, Alabama – The Lions get A’Shawn Robinson’s college linemate. This is the same defensive scheme as Alabama.


NFL Mock Draft - Chicago Bears115. Chicago Bears

Joel Iyiegbuniwe, OLB, Western Kentucky – The Bears defense has been fairly solid, but they need more talent at the linebacker core.


NFL Mock Draft -Dallas Cowboys116. Dallas Cowboys

Dorance Armstrong Jr, DE, OLB, Kansas – More of a prototypical 3-4 OLB that can pass rush, Armstrong is very athletic and provides excellent pass rush skills.


NFL Mock Draft - Tampa Bay Buccaneers117. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Jordan Whitehead, S, Pitt – Excellent rangy safety that cover large areas of space. Bucs appear to be making an overhaul of their secondary.



NFL Mock Draft - Baltimore Ravens118. Baltimore Ravens

Anthony Averett, CB, Alabama – Very well coached corner with excellent cover skills, but perhaps not the ideal build.


NFL Mock Draft - San Diego Chargers119. Los Angeles Chargers

Kyzir White, S/LB, West Virginia – Versatile player that can play multiple positions in the secondary and linebacker.


NFL Mock Draft - Seattle Seahawks120. Seattle Seahawks

Will Dissly, TE, Washington – Excellent inline blocker. Good move for a team that is rebuilding their offensive line and trying to re-establish themselves as a running team.


NFL Mock Draft Buffalo Bills121. Buffalo Bills

Taron Johnson, CB, Weber State – Very competitive, and runs with receivers well. Good tackler and can be used in blitzing schemes.


NFL Mock Draft - Baltimore Ravens122. Baltimore Ravens

Kenny Young, LB, UCLA – Rangy and athletic linebacker that won’t be a matchup issue on defense.


NFL Mock Draft - Miami Dolphins123. Miami Dolphins

Durham Smythe, TE, Notre Dame – A difficult prospect to scout as he played in an offense that did not use tight ends in the passing game much. Excellent blocker both on the line and in space, and looked very comfortable in the passing game.


NFL Mock Draft - Kansas City Chiefs124. Kansas City Chiefs

Armani Watts, S, Texas A&M – Will be able to play special teams immediately, and used as more of an in the box safety when needed.


NFL Mock Draft - Philadelphia Eagles125. Philadelphia Eagles

Avonte Maddox, CB, Pitt – Shined during the East West Shrine game, and plays with an edge. Small corner, but will find a place in the Eagle’s defense, especially against slot receivers.


NFL Mock Draft - Atlanta Falcons126. Atlanta Falcons

Ito Smith, RB, Southern Miss – Short, but powerful running back that can play special teams right from the start. Will be used in the passing game as well.


NFL Mock Draft - New Orleans Saints127. New Orleans Saints

Rick Leonard, OT, Florida State – Very raw offensive tackle, with a high ceiling. They don’t need a tackle immediately, so this is a developmental pick.


NFL Mock Draft - San Francisco 49ers128. San Francisco 49ers

Kentavius Street, DE, NC State – Dropped a bit due to injury, this is a versatile and tenacious edge rusher. Can move inside on obvious passing downs.


NFL Mock Draft - Jackson Jaguars129. Jacksonville Jaguars

Will Richardson, OT, NC State – Very physical right tackle that fell due to some character concerns.


NFL Mock Draft - Philadelphia Eagles130. Philadelphia Eagles

Josh Sweat, DE, Florida State – If the injury that is rumored is not a big deal, this is a major steal. On a team with a dominant defensive line, this is a pass rushing specialist, or maybe he could be used as an OLB.


NFL Mock Draft - Miami Dolphins131. Miami Dolphins

Kalen Ballage, RB, Arizona State – Power back with surprising agility, but was out performed by another back on his team. Could be a great change of pace back.


NFL Mock Draft - Baltimore Ravens132. Baltimore Ravens

Jaleel Scott, WR, New Mexico State – I lanky, vertical weapon that out leap and out run corners and safeties. A bit of a project, but upside is huge.


NFL Mock Draft - Green Bay Packers133. Green Bay Packers

J’Mon Moore, WR, Moore – Checks the boxes of what you want in a wide receiver. Moves well for this size. Plays faster than measurables.


NFL Mock Draft - Arizona Cardinals134. Arizona Cardinals

Chase Edmonds, RB, Fordham – Compact and strong. Deep RB class, the fact that he played against lesser competition, and some injuries have pushed him down.


NFL Mock Draft - Los Angeles Rams135. Los Angeles Rams

John Franklin-Meyers, DE, Stephen F. Austin – Has the height, length and build to develop into a stuff the run defensive end with some pass rush skills.


NFL Mock Draft - Carolina Panthers136. Carolina Panthers

Marquis Haynes, OLB, Mississippi – Will need some time to develop as an outside linebacker, but is a relentless pass rusher and works best in space.


NFL Mock Draft -Dallas Cowboys137. Dallas Cowboys

Dalton Schultz, TE, Stanford – A tight end that slipped through the draft process without much fanfare. Wasn’t used much in the pass game, but when asked to do so, did well. Good blocker as well.


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