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Mockone #1 – Round 4

4.01 (098) Carolina : K.J. Wright, OLB – Mississippi St.
4.02 (099) Seattle (f/DEN/NE): Pernell McPhee, DE – Mississippi St.
4.03 (100) Buffalo : Colin McCarthy, LB – Miami
4.04 (101) Washington (From Chi via Cin) : Robert Sands, SS – West Virginia
4.05 (102) Philadelphia (From Cle) : Andrew Jackson, OG – Fresno St.
4.06 (103) Tennessee (From AZ) : Casey Matthews, LB – Oregon
4.07 (104) Houston (f/WAS)(From Jac via Phi): Vincent Brown, WR
4.08 (105) Tennessee (From Hou) : James Brewer, OT – Indiana
4.09 (106) Minnesota : Joseph Barksdale, OT – LSU
4.10 (107) Detroit : Mark Herszlich, OLB– BC
4.11 (108) San Francisco : Terrell McClain, DL -USF
4.12 (109) Washington (From Ten): Taiwan Jones, RB – EWU
4.13 (110) Dallas : Roy Helu Jr, RB – Nebraska
4.14 (111) Tampa Bay(From Mia): Chykie Brown, CB – Texas
4.15 (112) St. Louis : Shane Vereen – RB, Cal
4.16 (113) Oakland : Willie Smith, OT – East Carolina
4.17 (114) Minnesotta (From Jac): Tyler Sash, S – Iowa
4.18 (115) San Francisco (f/SD): Kendric Burney, CB – UNC
4.19 (116) Tampa Bay : DeMarco Murray, RB – OK
4.20 (117) New York : Jordan Todman, RB – UConn
4.21 (118) Kansas City : Brandon Fusco, C – Slippery Rock
4.22 (119) Indianapolis : Joe Lefeged, SS – Rutgers
4.23 (120) Philadelphia : Stephen Friday, OLB – VT
4.24 (121) Jacksonville (Passed around like a sorority girl) : Rashad Carmichael, CB
4.25 (122) Cincinnati (From GB via Buff  Thru SEA): Niles Paul, WR – Nebraska
4.26 (123) Baltimore : Shareece Wright, CB – USC
4.27 (124) Atlanta : Cecil Shorts III, WR – Mount Union
4.28 (125) Seattle (From NE) : Chris Rucker, CB – Mich St.
4.29 (126) Denver (From NYJ) : Kendal Hunter, RB – Ok St.
4.30 (127) Washington (From Chi) : Marcus Gilchrist, S – Clemson
4.31 (128) Pittsburgh : Greg Romeus, DE – Pitts
4.32 (129) Cincinnati (From GB) : Jurrell Casey, DT – USC
4.33 (130) Tennessee (comp): Lawerence Guy, DT – ASU
4.34 (131) Green Bay (comp): Dwayne Harris, WR – ECU



Comments on: "Mockone #1 – Round 4" (10)

  1. The Eagles continued to add depth to their offensive line in the 4th round. Andrew Jackson will be able to compete fgor playing time right away. He has long arms and good size. 6’6 295 should become 6’6 310 in just a few short years. The Eagles have always had one of the biggest lines in the league, so he should fit in perfectly.

  2. Thomsen80 said:

    At 4.02 Seattle Seahawks select DE Pernell McPhee of Mississippi State.

    Our pass rush was okay last season, but most of our sacks came from blitzing. Pernell McPhee is a talented pass rusher but most of all a versatile player who fits our scheme well. We expect him to bolster our D-line and help create the consistent pressure we lacked last season.

  3. Ryan Boser said:

    At 4.09, the Vikings select LSU OT Joseph Barksdale. We view him as a very talented prospect with first round potential. He needs to be coached up, and we believe that our staff is up to the challenge. At 6’5″, 325 lbs., he has prototypical size for a tackle. Ideally, we’d like him to start immediately on the right side next to Phil Loadholt, with the two competing for the right tackle position. We think either Phil or Joseph could slide inside to right guard, giving Adrian Peterson 670 pounds of beef to run behind on the right side.

  4. Ryan Boser said:

    We’ve traded back into the fourth round, and with pick 4.17 the Vikings are pleased to introduce Iowa safety Tyler Sash. We feel that Tyler will be able to play either safety position in our Cover-2, and he brings several outstanding qualities to our secondary that we’ve been lacking. First and foremost, Tyler’s a flat out playmaker — he’s a violent hitter, and as his 13 career interceptions would suggest, he has a nose for the ball. He’s a gamer who makes up for potential physical limitations with tremendous instincts, energy, fundamentals, and football I.Q.. He’s a maximum effort player who brings the kind of leadership we’re looking for, and we expect him to make an immediate impact in our secondary. We coveted Tyler, and when he was still available midway through the fourth round, we had to move. With Blaine Gabbert, Joseph Barksdale, and Tyler Sash, we believe we’ve addressed our three biggest areas of weakness with three Week 1 starters.

  5. @RumfordJohnny said:

    With pick 4.27, the Atlanta Falcons select Mount Union’s Cecil Shorts III. Like fellow MU alum, Pierre Garcon, Shorts was an under the radar pick until recently, when Mike Mayock and others touted his speed and route running ability. Add Shorts to an already stout offense in ATL, and it could help Matt Ryan in the passing game considerably.

  6. The Raiders need OL. Willie Smith has just a couple years of experience on the offensive line. He’s still learning to play tackle.

    He is an ex-defensive player and tight end with excellent agility. He has the frame to add more weight and was up to 310 pounds at the combine, which may have impacted his workout numbers.

    The Raiders will hope to develop him into a useful right tackle early believing in time he will be able to adjust to carrying a little more weight than he did in college.

  7. New York Giants 4.20 said:

    I’ve Todman with as high as a 3rd round grade. Averaged 5.1 yards per carry in both 09 and 10 with 14 tds each year. Had an astounding 334 carries in 2010 and played on a team that had trouble throwing the ball with D’s stacking the box to stop him.

    Doesn’t have the same durability concerns as some of the other RBs ranked in the same area, and has significant KR experience, so, even assuming Jacobs and Bradshaw are both healthy and back, he can contribute right away.

  8. Round 4 pick 3 Colin McCarthy. Continuing with the strategy of selecting the best available player for a position of need we went with ILB Colin McCarthy. McCarthy is a tackling machine who led the Hurricanes with 119 last year with 10.5 of those going for a loss. McCarthy is an intense defender with great instincts and the speed to run down plays.

  9. Redskins said:

    We were able to stockpile three picks in this round getting 2 targets and a great steal in our mind. Sands is a player we will move to SS and might drop him down to OLB eventually. He was a player we thought about late in the third round. Taiwan Jones was an absolute steal and was not even RB we expected to be there at this point so instead of waiting we jumped on him. With a 2nd round grade we gave him we expect him to be dynamic for us. Then, we selected CB Marcus Gilchrist to give us a very good shut down corner who would have been a second round pick if he were 6’0. We think this was a major haul in this round that will prove to give us depth with two of these guys likely starters in 2-3 years.

  10. The Bengals weren’t looking for a DT, but USC’s Jurrell Casey was a great value pick at this point. If he stayed in school for his senior season, Casey could’ve been a 2nd round pick. Casey makes Tank Johnson expendable. He comes in looking for playing time behind Domata Peko, Pat Sims & Geno Atkins.

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