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2015 NFL Mock Draft: Final Mock 7 Rounds





Round 4



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Posted By: Chris Ransom Last Updated: April 30, 2015. Updated Every Thursday leading up to Draft Day.


  1. Tennessee Titans: Arie Kouandjio, LG, Alabama

    Arie Koandjio provides depth at guard. He could eventually start across from Chance Warmack if the Titans decided to part ways with Andy Levitre and move Warmack over to left guard.


  2. New England Patriots: Marcus Hardison, DT, Arizona State

    The New England Patriots will take a defensive tackle on draft day. Marcus Hardison got 10 sacks in 2014. This guy has the versatility to play 4-3 right end, 4-3 left end, 4-3 defensive tackle, 3-4 right end, or 3-4 left end. Hardison is a guy you want on your team.


  3. Oakland Raiders: Jeremy Langford, RB, Michigan State

    Jeremy Langford is a Day 2 pick. If he falls to Day 3 Oakland has to grab him here.


  4. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jacoby Glenn, CB, Central Florida

    Jacksonville needs a cornerback at some point in the 2015 NFL Draft. Jacoby Glenn is a player to consider when you take into account that he had to play one-on-one against Breshad Perriman in practice sessions along with his 7 interceptions and 11 pass breakups in 2014.



  5. New York Jets: Davis Tull, 3-4 LOLB, Tennessee Chattanooga

    The New York Jets need another 3-4 outside linebacker. Davis Tull would be an awesome player to compliment Vic Beasley in round 4.


  6. Washington Redskins: Gerod Holliman, FS, Louisville

    Gerod Holliman would be a good backup to develop on your secondary. Holliman led the FBS with 14 interceptions and would have had the record for most picks in a single season if he didn't drop an interception against Georgia. It's not just that, Holliman also has the versatility to play strong safety or free safety just like his teammates Calvin Pryor and James Sample. Sure Washington traded for DaShon Goldson. I bet you didn't know that Goldson had 0 interceptions in 2014.


  7. Chicago Bears: Kwon Alexander, 3-4 LOLB, LSU

    Chicago has Kwon Alexander as their fourth round pick on their draft board. Taking Alexander at that point would be a good selection.


  8. Atlanta Falcons: Eric Rowe, FS, Utah

    Atlanta gets a free safety to replace Thomas DeCoud. Eric Rowe would be a steal if he fell to Atlanta this late in round 4.



  9. New York Giants: Damarious Randall, FS, Arizona State

    The New York Giants draft their free safety with this pick. Damarious Randall had an awesome Pro Day. Randall can be used as a nickel corner or a free safety and that versatility intrigues the Giants.


  10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Derron Smith, FS, Fresno State

    Tampa Bay needs a free safety. Derron Smith makes a lot of sense and would be a huge upgrade over Chris Conte.


  11. Minnesota Vikings: Brett Boyko, LT, UNLV

    Matt Kalil allowed a league worst 12 sacks at left tackle. Brett Boyko would be a good depth player at offensive tackle behind Matt Kalil when you consider he's a 6-7 310 lb left tackle who started every game at left tackle dating back to his freshman season. This draft is stacked at running back, meaning that the Vikings can get a running back in round 5.


  12. Cleveland Browns: Xavier Williams, NT, Northern Iowa

    Cleveland needs a nose tackle. Xavier Williams may be the last quality nose tackle at 6-2 325 lbs. Williams had 50 total tackles in 2012, but he improved that number to 74 total tackles and 12 tackles for a loss in 2013. During his senior season in 2014, Williams had 93 total tackles, 14 tackles for a loss, and 8 sacks. Xavier Williams is what Cleveland needs here.



  13. Seattle Seahawks: Andy Gallik, C, Boston College

    Pete Carroll drafts a Boston College center. Seattle has yet to replace Max Unger in this draft.


  14. Philadelphia Eagles: Danielle Hunter, 3-4 ROLB, LSU

    Philadelphia adds a pass rusher. Danielle Hunter may be a guy they keep an eye on.


  15. Miami Dolphins: Stefon Diggs, WR, Maryland

    Miami added Greg Jennings and Kenny Stills. That's still not enough. One more slot receiver is needed, but they can take that guy on Day 3 in a loaded wide receiver class.


  16. Clevland Browns: Shane Carden, QB, East Carolina

    Shane Carden is my fourth best quarterback in my quarterback rankings. With the emergence of Garrett Grayson, Carden might be the fifth quarterback taken.

    Cleveland has the luxury to draft a developmental quarterback at this point in round 4. If they don't trade up for Mariota, and if Carden is still here in round 4, then Carden will be the pick at this spot.


    I drew some criticism for giving the Browns Carden in round 2. Giving the Browns the East Carolina signal-caller in round 4 is much smarter when you think about it.


  17. Houston Texans: Tevin Coleman, RB, Indiana

    Tevin Coleman is too good to pass on at this point. You must draft Coleman as Arian Foster's backup here.


  18. San Diego Chargers: Jon Feliciano, LG, Miami FL

    The San Diego Chargers moved Orlando Franklin from left guard to right guard. Jon Feliciano has the versatility to play left guard, right guard, and right tackle. His versatility should intrigue the Chargers as they need a new starter at left guard. If Feliciano struggles, you can move him to right guard, and Orlando Franklin to left guard.


  19. Kansas City Chiefs: Tyler Sambraillo, RG, Colorado State

    One guy Kansas City likes is Tyler Sambraillo. Sambraillo would be a good starting right guard for the Chiefs at this point. You could also draft him as a developmental offensive tackle.


  20. St. Louis Rams: Justin Arias, QB, Idaho State

    Justin Arias had two seasons of over 3,500 passing yards at Idaho State. This guy is much better than any of the day 3 quarterbacks remaining. Bryce Petty is a terrible listener and Sean Mannion lacks the accuracy to be this pick for the Rams in the event that Nick Foles got injured again.


    I love how Justin Arias carried himself in our interview with him which is why I bumped him up. You can listen to that interview in this podcast widget below.





  21. Cincinnati Bengals: Jeff Heuermann, TE, Ohio State

    Cincinnati grabs a tight end for depth. Jeff Heuermann really boosted his draft stock by having the best Pro Day among all of the Ohio State prospects.


  22. Pittsburgh Steelers: Corey Robinson, LT, South Carolina

    The 6-8 355 lb left tackle is a perfect fit for the Pittsburgh Steelers. I'm sure Steelers fans would love the addition of Robinson at this point.


  23. Baltimore Ravens: Dee Hart, RB, Colorado State

    Dee Hart would be a good running back to compliment Justin Forsett at this point in round 4. Baltimore took a tight end out of Colorado State in the 2014 NFL Draft.


  24. Arizona Cardinals: D'Joun Smith, CB, Florida Atlantic

    Arizona needs a cornerback across from Patrick Peterson. D'Joun Smith is a good addition at this point in round 4.



  25. Carolina Panthers: Jamison Crowder, WR, Duke

    Carolina loves Jamison Crowder. If Carolina fails to address wide receiver in the first two rounds they might double up with a guy like Nelson Agholor in the third and then Crowder in the fourth.


  26. Baltimore Ravens: Senquez Golson, CB, Ole Miss

    Senquez Golson is a nickel cornerback/free safety. Baltimore needs a player like this for depth to bolster the secondary.


  27. San Francisco 49ers: Lorenzo Doss, CB, Tulane

    The 5-11 187 lb Lorenzo Doss is the best #2 cornerback that you can find at this point in round 4 of the 2015 NFL Draft. After losing Perrish Cox and Chris Culliver.


  28. Dallas Cowboys: Bryce Petty, QB, Baylor

    Bryce Petty spoke extensively with the Dallas Cowboys quarterback coach. Dallas already has an individual workout with Dallas planned next week on April 6th.


    Mike Mayock and Mel Kiper Jr. both belive Petty is the third best quarterback after Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota. Dallas may have bigger needs then quarterback position, but when a pocket quarterback like Petty falls to the late fourth round, and Dallas has talked with this guy, the Cowboys have to take him period.


    Petty can compete with Brandon Weeden for the backup job. If he wins the backup job, you just found Tony Romo's successor.



  29. Indianapolis Colts: Nick Easton, C, Harvard

    Harvard center Nick Easton weighs 6-3 300 lbs. Easton and Kansas State center B.J. Finney both had Pro Days on the same exact day.


    Easton looks like a potential starting center and like Andrew Luck he's really smart. Easton could compete with Khaled Holmes for the starting center job and could unseat Holmes if Holmes gets injured again.


    Indianapolis could take a running back here. With Frank Gore and Daniel "Boom" Herron on your roster with a 1 2 punch in the backfield it really doesn't make much sense. There will be a running back available in round 5.


  30. Green Bay Packers: Joey Mbu, NT, Houston

    Green Bay needs a nose tackle to groom for the future. B.J. Raji agreed to a one year extension. Joey Mbu out of Houston has the versatility and size to be a 4-3 defensive tackle or a 3-4 nose tackle at 6-3 315 lbs.


  31. Seattle Seahawks: Christian Covington, DT, Rice

    Seattle still needs a second defensive tackle. Seattle gets Christian Covington at this pick.


  32. New England Patriots: Charles Gaines, CB, Louisville

    New England loves Charles Gaines. I could see the Patriots getting a second cornerback here.



  33. San Francisco 49ers: Jamill Douglas, LG, Arizona State

    The 49ers finally take Mike Iupati's replacement here. Jamill Douglas can play any position on the offensive line at left tackle, left guard, center, right guard, or right tackle. Douglas is a perfect fit for the 49ers at this point in round 4.


  34. Denver Broncos: B.J. Finney, C, Kansas State

    Adding a player like B.J. Finley here makes complete sense. Denver needs to make an upgrade at center. While I believe Finney is a backup at best, most believe he will get drafted around the end of the fourth round.


  35. Seattle Seahawks: Laurence Gibson, LT, Virginia Tech

    Gibson would be a backup to Russell Okung. Okung is in a contract year along with Bobby Wagner and Russell Wilson when 2015 rolls around.


    Someone at EA Sports told me that left tackle Russell Okung will have an overall rating of 79 due to his injuries and that second year right tackle Justin Britt will have an overall rating of 74. I think Okung deserves an 89 rating, but Pro Football Focus gave him a 69 overall rating yesterday so 79 is a fair compromise for Okung's Madden rating.


    If Seattle's offensive tackles are rated that lowly in this years Madden game then an offensive tackle for depth is needed. I get that Russell Wilson will likely have a 95 overall rating and that Marshawn Lynch will likely have a 96 overall rating, but with the offensive line falling apart the Seahawks will bring in an offensive tackle for depth.


  36. Cincinnati Bengals: Ben Heeney, MLB, Kansas

    Ben Heeney may be undersized. He shows a lot of heart and the ability to play middle linebacker. The Bengals will need linebacker depth for backup linebackers, plus the Bengals have a history for taking players out of Kansas.


  37. Baltimore Ravens: Brian Parker, TE, Albany

    Baltimore gets another tight end in case Devin Funchess moves to wide receiver. One guy they've been scouting since November is Albany tight end Brian Parker. Parker has outstanding tape and would make a quality starter on the Ravens.








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