2019 NFL Mock Draft – Round 4
See Also: DraftGeek’s 2019 NFL Mock Draft | “Should” Mock Draft
Elgton Jenkins, C/OG, Mississippi State
It is not unreasonable to say the Cardinals need to fill 4 spots on their offensive line. A versatile interior offensive lineman would go a long way to improving that line.
Justin Layne, CB, Michigan State
Layne probably won’t last this long, but drafts are very fluid. They need secondary help.
David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State
The Jets grabbed the top running back in free agency, but could use to add extra pieces to that core.
Donnie Lewis Jr, CB, Tulane
If the Raiders can be patient, they can build a young, talented secondary and wait for them to develop.
David Long, CB, Michigan
Probably the biggest need for the Bucs is in the secondary, but a lot of those issues were exaggerated by a defensive line that didn’t get enough pressure. If they address that first, they can then add to their secondary.
Khalen Saunders, DT, Western Illinois
The Giants won SB’s by getting excellent pressure on opposing QB’s. Saunders is relentless.
Yodny Cajuste, OT, West Virginia
The Jags could use two offensive tackles, and will have options in the mid to late rounds.
Jalen Jelks, OLB/DE, Oregon
The Bengals have to work hard to rebuild their defense that just collapsed last year.
Jaquan Johnson, S, Miami
The Lions have a good young safety that they drafted last year, but lost a really good one in the offseason. This team uses three safeties about as much as anyone.
Javon Patterson, OG, Mississippi
The Bills added 6 offensive linemen in free agency, but need to have a big competition and establish their offensive line for the future this year.
Baltimore Ravens (from Denver)
Daylon Mack, DT, Texas A&M
The Ravens had the best defense in the league last year, but lost a few key pieces. They will look a bit different this year, and adding a stout, and also disruptive interior D-lineman will help.
Andy Isabella, WR, Massachusetts
Green Bay is at its best when they have numerous playmakers at the wide receiver position.
Ben Burr-Kirven, ILB, Washington
The front seven got the Panthers to the SB more than anything else. They need to get back to that dominance.
Chase Winovich, DE/OLB, Michigan
A Michigan man for Dolphin’s Michigan man owner. Winovich was a high effort player, but seems to be more interested in being a celebrity than a pro. His super selfish penalty against ND was critical in their loss, and his non stop mouth during the season was a big part of their complete collapse in their last two games where they gave up over 100 points.
CeCe Jefferson, DE/OLB, Florida
If the Falcons can get back to having a tough defense, and a better offensive line, they could do some damage in the NFC.
Green Bay Packers (from Washington)
Tre Watson, ILB, Maryland
The Pack added some excellent linebackers in free agency, and now can start to develop some younger prospects.
Vosean Joseph, ILB, Florida
The Browns have had a lot of turnover in the last few years, but have to keep adding to all levels of their defense.
Renell Wren, DT, Arizona State
Wren just destroys offensive lineman. The Vikings don’t have many needs on defense, but could use a young defensive interior player.
Keelan Doss, WR, Cal-Davis
An exceptionally high character player, Doss would help build up a very thin WR core.
Devin Singletary, RB, FAU
The Steelers have some quality running backs, but injuries have been a concern. They can’t afford to lose momentum during a season by being thin at that position.
Bobby Evans, OT, Oklahoma
An excellent piece to their O-line, Evans would fit in well with his Oklahoma teammate.
Corey Ballantine, CB, Washburn
A small school standout, Ballantine is the favorite of many in the draft community.
Denver Broncos (from Houston)
Kendall Sheffield, CB, Ohio State
Johnson could be a steal in this draft, and is the type of physical CB that they covet.
Joe Lowery, OT, Ohio
With a young QB and lots of weapons, the Bears have to develop a bit more talent on the O-line.
Isaiah Prince, OT, Ohio State
Philadelphia has a very good offensive line, and need to keep young prospects ready to take over for some older players.
Dru Samia, OG, Oklahoma
The Cowboys have done well when the run game does well. That all starts with more depth on the O-line.
Carl Granderson, OLB/DE, Wyoming
The Colts could somehow become a dominant running team with a stingy defense with the way they have been able to add talent.
Gardner Minshew, QB, Washington State
The Chargers need to start trying out young QB prospects for the eventual retirement of Rivers. They should have the luxury of a few years to develop a prospect.
Buffalo Bills (from Kansas City)
Penny Hart, WR, Georgia State
A small school standout, Hart would be a dynamic weapon for their young QB.
New York Giants (from New Orleans)
Markus Jones, DE, Angelo State
Jones had an excellent draft process and this is a sweet spot for taking a chance on a small school, high ceiling prospect.
Justin Hollins, OLB, Oregon
The Rams have a lot of contract issues coming up, and need to get cheaper at several positions on defense.
Trayveon Williams, RB, Texas A&M
An underrated RB prospect, Williams would fit in well with the way that the Pats use their running backs.
Jamal Peters, CB, Mississippi St.
The Colts are going to build dominant lines on offense and defense, but still need help in the secondary.
Terry Godwin, WR, Georgia
Godwin was part of an incredible WR core at Georgia that didn’t get used much. The Cowboys need to replenish their dept at WR.
John Keenoy, OG, Western Michigan
The Falcons have to finally stabilize both lines.
Sheldrick Redwine, S, Miami
A late riser in the draft, Redwine had a nice Combine and would be a much needed infusion of youth to that secondary.