Tyler’s 2015 NFL Mock Draft Round 4
1. Tennessee-Marcus Hardison, DE, Arizona St.-Tennessee will need better rushing depth from their 5 techs.
2. New England(via Tampa)-Ty Sambrailo, T, Colorado St.-Sambrailo is a bit stiff, and is a project, comes with some injury flags, but can really excel with great tutelage.
3. Oakland-Sean Hickey, G/T, Syracuse-Hickey may prove to be a starting LT in a pinch, but can play either G spots or RT as well.
4. Jacksonville-Doran Grant, CB, Ohio St.-Grant is a little raw, but should fit well in this scheme.
5. New York Jets-Arie Kouandjio, G, Alabama
6. Washington-Chris Conley, WR, Georgia-an athletic phenom, Conley could find himself in the 2nd round.
7. Chicago-Steven Nelson, CB, Oregon St.-The Mighty Mouse will be overshadowed by bigger, more athletic corners. Chicago will be thrilled with Nelson.
8. Atlanta-Mycole Pruitt, TE, S. Illinois-Pruitt is smooth and explosive, but very undersized. Tweener TE’s excel in this scheme.
9. New York Giants-Chaz Green, T, Florida-A great boom or bust prospect, Green has more athleticism than most of the prospects in this draft.
10. Tampa Bay(via St. Louis)-Obum Gwachum, DE, Oregon St.-Needs to add weight, but has the length and speed that Lovie Smith covets.
11. Minnesota-David Cobb, RB, Minnesota-Minnesota will take the local favorite to power their offense forward.
12. Cleveland-Bryce Hager, ILB, Baylor-Cleveland needs a little punch from their interior linebacking corps, Hager is a smart playmaker who can lead a defense.
13. New Orleans-Blake Bell, TE, Oklahoma-Bell is a former QB with the athletic play to hopefully replace a bit of Graham’s production.
14. Philadelphia(via Buffalo)-Tyeler Davison, NT/DE, Fresno St.-Philly needs some depth in their front 3. Davison has the size to play NT, but athleticism to slide to the 5 Tech.
15. Miami-John Miller, G, Louisville-Miller shows solid footwork and could be a plug and play G in this zone system.
16. Cleveland(via Buffalo)- Hau’oli Kikaha, LB, Washington-Cleveland needs a high motor guy who can motivate their LB corps.
17. Houston-Chi Chi Araguzo, ILB, Northwestern-Araguzo is an under the radar talent. Very intelligent football player with great instinct and flow to the ball.
18. San Diego-Rob Havenstein, RT/RG, Wisconsin-Havenstein competes with Fluker, the loser goes to RG.
19. Kansas City-Alex Carter, CB, Stanford-Carter covered the best the Pac 12 had to offer. He’ll be a solid nickel while he develops.
20. St. Louis(via Philadelphia)-Sean Mannion, QB, Oregon St.-Though flat footed, Mannion can make every throw on the field.
21. Cincinnati- Kurtis Drummond, FS, Michigan St.-Marvin Lewis states he likes the way that Michigan St. players are coached. Nelson could use some competition.
22. Pittsburgh-Henry Anderson, DE, Stanford-Anderson already understands the position and he’s the best on the board.
23. Baltimore(via Detroit)- Rakeem Nunez-Roches, DE, Southern Miss-Baltimore needs to bolster their ends after the departure of Ngata.
24. Arizona-Javorious Allen, RB, USC-Allen is the tough, between the tackles runner, that Arizona lacks.
25. Carolina- Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB, Oregon-Carolina will stick their neck out on a first round talent that falls due to injury.
26. Baltimore- Jeff Heuerman, T, Ohio St.-Heuerman is well coached and will be a solid contributor in the Baltimore offense.
27. San Francisco(via Denver)-Rashad Greene, WR, Florida St.-Greene has track speed, but hasn’t shown great production. The Niners will find a spot for him.
28. Dallas-Trey Flowers, DE, Arkansas-With Hardy done for 10 games, it wouldn’t hurt to bring an edge rusher.
29. Indianapolis-Taiwan Jones, ILB, Michigan St.-Indy will need all the help it can get at ILB. Jones is well coached and will learn quick.
30. Green Bay-Terry Poole, G/T, San Diego St.-Poole is a versatile player who can play up and down the line.
31. Seattle-Josue Mathias, G, Florida St.-Mathias is a fairly massive guard who can start day 1 in the Seattle scheme.
32. New England-Jeremy Langford, RB, Michigan St.-Langford is a good change of pace back who can roll out and catch passes also.
33. San Francisco-Mike Hull, ILB, Penn St.-Another Big 10 LB who can can possibly handle the load at ILB.
34. Denver-Andy Gallik, C, Boston College-Gallik shows great burst and intelligence. He should prove to be a good fit for Kubiaks scheme.
35. Seattle-Alanie Fua, DE/LB, BYU-A productive hitter. Can rush the edge or play LEO.
36. Cincinnati-Lynden Trail, DE, Norfolk St.-Trail is a sleeper prospect with a ton to learn, but is a possible game changer.
37. Baltimore-Davis Tull, LB, Chattanooga-Baltimore stock piles pass rushers, Tull is solid and a great leader