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2015 NFL Mock Draft: 7 Rounds




Round 4


Posted By Jesse Lucas Last Updated: April 21, 2015.


  1. Tennessee Titans: Lorenzo Mauldin, OLB, Louisville

    Sure you got Brian Orakpo and Derrick Morgan. Depth is still needed at pass rusher unfortunately. Orakpo is effective, but injury prone and Morgan has not been consistent when it comes to getting double digit sacks. Mauldin makes a lot of sense for as a backup pass rusher for Tennessee.


  2. New England Patriots: Josh Harper, WR, Fresno State

    New England might add another receiver. Josh Harper is the top wide receiver left.


  3. Oakland Raiders: Nick Boyle, TE, Delaware

    The Oakland Raiders need a tight end. Nick Boyle could be a nice addition to Oakland this late in the fourth round.


  4. Jacksonville Jaguars: Nick O'Leary, TE, Florida State

    We know Julius Thomas will start at tight end. Still, O'Leary could challenge Mercedes Lewis to be the #2 tight end on this roster.



  5. New York Jets: Danielle Hunter, OLB, LSU

    Time for the Jets to address pass rusher. Hunter may not work out since he's a 4-3 right end with the size of a 3-4 right outside linebacker. Still, the Jets owe it to themselves by attempting to find a 3-4 outside linebacker this late int the draft.


  6. Washington Redskins: Durrell Eskridge, S, Syracuse

    Durrell Eskridge is a guy the Redskins should take here. He has the versatility to play both safety positions, but he needs to do a better job at executing tackles. That's the biggest reason why Eskridge fell to day 3.


  7. Chicago Bears: Kwon Alexander, OLB, LSU

    Kwon Alexander played 4-3 left outside linebacker at LSU. Chicago needs to see if he can adapt to a 3-4 defense.


  8. Atlanta Falcons: Jamison Crowder, WR, Duke

    Atlanta needs a slot receiver with Harry Douglas gone. Jamison Crowder is a perfect candidate to replace him at this point in the fourth round.



  9. New York Giants: Preston Smith, DE, Mississippi State

    The Giants need another defensive end next to Jason Pierre-Paul. Preston Smith has a lot of versatility and he might be the answer.


  10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Z'Darius Smith, DE, Kentucky

    Tampa Bay still doesn't have a true right end. Z'Darius Smith might be an option.


  11. Minnesota Vikings: Jeremiah Poutasi, OT, Utah

    Matt Kalil gave up a league worst 12 sacks. Someone needs to sit behind him. Poutasi only allowed 3 sacks, but he also gave up 9 quarterback hurries after allowing 12 quarterback hurries in 2013.


  12. Cleveland Browns: Tyler Kroft, TE, Rutgers

    The Browns finally add a tight end in Tyler Kroft. The Rutgers tight end would be a suitable replacement to Jordan Cameron.



  13. Seattle Seahawks: Senquez Golson, CB, Ole Miss

    Senquez Golson can play anywhere on the secondary. He would clearly be a depth player that provided insurance behind the Legion Of Boom on the NFL's best secondary.


  14. Philadelphia Eagles: Damarious Randall, S, Arizona State

    Philadelphia needs multiple safeties. Damarious Randall is the top safety left.


  15. Miami Dolphins: Christian Covington, DT, Rice

    Miami needs a second defensive tackle next to Ndamukong Suh. Christian Covington might help Miami out.


  16. Clevland Browns: Ty Montgomery, WR, Stanford

    Cleveland might want a slot receiver next to Dwayne Bowe and Brian Hartline. Ty Montgomery is the top receiver left late in round 4.


  17. Houston Texans: B.J. Finney, C, Kansas State

    Chris Meyers is gone. B.J. Finley might be a backup at best in terms of long-term potential. Houston has to look past that because Finney was a 4-year starter with the Wildcats at Kansas State.


  18. San Diego Chargers: Jeremy Langford, RB, Michigan State

    Why take Melvin Gordon or Todd Gurley in round 1 when you can get much better value at running back later? Jeremy Langford is a huge steal in round 4, and would make an immediate impact if you drafted two offensive linemen in the first three rounds.


  19. Kansas City Chiefs: Terrance Plummer, MLB, Central Florida

    Kansas City needs a 3-4 middle linebacker. Terrance Plummer will have to learn to adapt to the 3-4 defense, but I think he's up to the challenge.


  20. St. Louis Rams: A.J. Cann, G, South Carolina

    The Rams need to make an upgrade at left guard. A.J. Cann has the versatility to play left guard, center, or right guard. Cann is another offensive lineman that the Rams can add to solidify their offensive line so Nick Foles doesn't get injured again.



  21. Cincinnati Bengals: Stefon Diggs, WR, Maryland

    Cincinnati gets another receiver. A.J. Green, Mohammad Sanu, Marvin Jones, Denarius Moore, and Brandon Tate all have expiring contracts in 2016. Multiple receivers have to be drafted to prepare for the future in such a deep draft at wide receiver. People questioned the Bengals for taking two wide receivers in 2012 with Sanu and Jones after picking Green and it paid off. Now the Bengals do the same thing and give Green a long-term deal in 2015.


  22. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jamon Brown, OT, Louisville

    Jamon Brown played right tackle at Louisville. Brown can serve as a backup to Marcus Gilbert for the short term.


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

    Dee Hart would be a good fit for Baltimore. Someone needs to challenge Bernard Pierce for the backup job after he failed to beat out Justin Forsett who made an amazing comeback following the release of Ray Rice.


  24. Arizona Cardinals: Zach Hodges, OLB, Harvard

    Zach Hodges can play next to Lamaar Woodley. Hodges will be a nice steal for Arizona at this point.



  25. Carolina Panthers: Eli Harold, OLB, Virginia

    Eli Harold is another steal in round 4 as he has the versatility to play defensive end or outside linebacker. Carolina needs a new starter at left outside linebacker next to Thomas Davis and Luke Kuechly.


  26. Baltimore Ravens: Brian Parker, TE, Albany

    Baltimore has been scouting Brian Parker since November. His highlights are pretty sick and Parker looks like a future starting tight end in the making.


  27. San Francisco 49ers: John Miller, G, Louisville

    John Miller was a 3-year starter at left guard. He's the perfect candidate to replace Mike Iupati in the fourth round.


  28. Dallas Cowboys: Gabe Wright, DT, Auburn

    Dallas needs multiple defensive tackles. Gabe Wright is a bargain in the fourth round.





  29. Indianapolis Colts: Jon Feliciano, G, Miami FL

    The Colts have to bring in a right guard to groom behind Todd Herremans in case he screws up. Jon Feliciano has the versatility to play left guard, right guard, or right tackle.


  30. Green Bay Packers: Xavier Williams, DT, Northern Iowa

    When B.J. Raji's contract is up, the Packers will need a new nose tackle. Xavier Williams provides awesome value as a developmental nose tackle this late in the fourth round.


  31. Seattle Seahawks: Marcus Hardison, DT, Arizona State

    The Seattle Seahawks need a defensive tackle. Marcus Hardison is a player to keep eye on late in round 4.


  32. New England Patriots: Jamil Douglas, G, Arizona State

    New England's offensive tackles are under contract until 2016 and 2017. I think both Solder and Vulmer get replaced in the next two seasons. The interior offensive line could also use some depth since injuries always seem to occur for New England on the interior offensive line. Taking Douglas here might sound crazy, but he's the best player left, and New England has that luxury to take Douglas if they draft the right players leading up to this pick.



  33. San Francisco 49ers: Jesse James, TE, Penn State

    Fan favorite Vernon Davis is now a cancer to the 49ers locker room. He can start for now, but you have to add his replacement in this years draft to groom for the future.


  34. Denver Broncos: Owamagbe Odighizuwa, DE, UCLA

    The Denver Broncos take Odighizuwa here. With Wade Phillips switching to a 3-4 defense, it is safe to say that the Broncos will add a 3-4 right end. Owamagbe Odighizuwa played that position in a 3-4 defense at UCLA which is why he heads to Denver.


  35. Seattle Seahawks: Nelson Agholor, WR, USC

    Pete Carroll drafts a Trojan for Russell Wilson to throw to. Agholor is a steal at this point.


  36. Cincinnati Bengals: George Farmer, WR, USC

    I'm pretty sure we already mentioned the 5 wide receivers with expiring contracts, but cutting a few with 1 year leftt on their contracts saves some cap space plus you can have 6 different guys compete to be slot receiver next to Green and Sanu.


  37. Baltimore Ravens: Grady Jarrett, DE, Clemson

    The Baltimore Ravens draft Grady Jarrett as a 3-4 right end. The Ravens never replaced Haloti Ngata here.








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