Want to know what I think of every pick made in the fourth round of the 2022 NFL Draft? You can follow along below throughout the day Saturday as I grade all the Round 4 picks as well as the other three rounds below. Be sure to refresh this page throughout the night to get the latest grades. You can keep track of all the picks for the entire draft and my grades in our draft tracker.
Grades:• • • Round 4 • • •
106. Buccaneers: Cade Otton, TE, Washington
Three-down type who excels as a blocker and is a lumbering mover with the ball in his hands. Won't separate much and isn't a seam-stretcher but a load to bring to the turf. TE depth was needed for Tampa. Minimal upside, though.
107. Texans: Dameon Pierce, RB, Florida
Rock-solid frame with tree trunks for legs, but he's dynamic changing directions. Not incredibly elusive nor a burner. Just a unique specimen at his size with his light feet. Kevlar type in pass pro, too. This is a feature back.
108. Browns: Perrion Winfrey, DT, Oklahoma
Long, uniquely built DL who wins with first-step quickness, snap anticipation and extreme length. Rushes are high and sap his power, and he's not a pass-move magician right now. But the athleticism is impossible to ignore on film. Fills a major need on Cleveland's defense.
109. Seahawks: Coby Bryant, CB, Cincinnati
Super-experienced, high-floor CB with awesome instincts and chippiness. Size of a typical Seahawks CB. Athletic traits aren't stellar, which led to him going this late. Scheme-flexible. Seattle needs to build out its secondary.
110. Ravens: Daniel Faalele, OT, Minnesota
This is Orlando Brown Lite. Faalele is gargantuan and actually moves well relative to his size. Needs to get a touch nastier, and there are lateral limitations to his game. But he blocks out the sun in pass pro and was an asset in the run game in college.
111. Jets: Max Mitchell, OT, Louisiana
High-floor OT with some upside because he's an impressive athlete. Hand work is good just needs to be earlier with his hands in pass pro. Nice fit in the Jets zone-blocking scheme. Has to get much stronger, too. Need filled at OT. Important.
112. Giants: Daniel Bellinger, TE, San Diego State
Project-y TE with showcased major athletic traits at the combine but doesn't play to them on the field. Came from run-heavy offense, so productivity was low in college. Blocking isn't strong suit yet. Too early for him, but the upside is there. Feels a lot like Dawson Knox pick when GM Joe Schoen was in Buffalo.
113. Commanders: Percy Butler, S, Louisiana
Explosive FS who will come down and lay the lumber. Missed tackles appear on film, but he counters that with the ability to man the slot, too, which is a huge plus to his game. Vertical speed to carry those routes deep downfield. Starting-caliber frame.
114. Giants: Dane Belton, S, Iowa
Tested well, but doesn't play to it on the field. More of a methodical mover who wins with being very assignment sound. Can play all across the formation on defense. Legitimate versatility without a liability nor a specialty to his game.
115. Broncos: Damarri Mathis, CB, Pittsburgh
Supreme talent at CB. Rockets attached to his cleats, and he plays with an angry demeanor. Not super twitchy but elite recovery speed and his ball skills are quality. Tends to get overly grabby downfield. If that's coached out of him, this is a major steal.
116. Broncos: Eyioma Uwazurike, DL, Iowa State
Big-time sleeper. Played and won up and down the line of scrimmage in college with awesome blend of burst, power, pass-rush moves. Unique body type. Older prospect. This is exactly what the Broncos needed after trading Shelby Harris to Seattle.
117. Jets: Micheal Clemons, EDGE, Texas A&M
One of the more NFL-ready EDGEs in the class outside of the first round. Big, long, heavy hands, and pass-rush plans. Closing speed more impressive than his burst. Minimal upside because he's not a special athlete. Floor is very high.
118. Vikings: Akayleb Evans, CB, Missouri
Size/speed specimen who played inside and outside in college. Nice plus to his profile. Everything about his game is quality but nothing stands out. A tick late to react to routes but has legit recovery speed. Very experienced. Worth a trade up?
119. Ravens: Jalyn Armour-Davis, CB, Alabama
The Ravens are on fire. Armour-Davis is a former big recruit who was buried on the depth chart but was phenomenal in his one year as the starter. Athletic fluidity and ball skills pop on film. Speed too. Man-coverage specialist who can excel in zone.
120. Panthers: Brandon Smith, LB, Penn State
Carolina not really in position to be trading up, but Smith has sky-high upside given his size, length, and overall athletic profile. Super fast, too. Missed tackles are very frequent. Play-recognition skills are slower than usual. Coverage chops stand out.
121. Patriots: Jack Jones, CB, Arizona State
Another tiny CB. Big recruit but didn't finish his career strongly. Feet are outstanding. Good not great speed. Gets out physicalled often. Already 24 years old.
122. Raiders: Zamir White, RB, Georgia
No-nonsense slasher who can also juke defenders in the hole with lateral quicks. Worked back from multiple injuries in college and didn't lose an ounce of juice. Deceptive speed and power to his game. Minimal liabilities as a runner.
123. Chargers: Isaiah Spiller, RB, Texas A&M
Arguably the most talented all-around RB in the class. Disappointing pre-draft process sunk his stock. Does everything well and has a feature-back frame. Natural receiver who can contort his body to find the football downfield. Only thing missing is breakaway speed. Fun addition.
124. Browns: Cade York, K, LSU
Probably the premier kicker in this class, but not a giant need for the Browns and this is early to pick a specialist.
125. Dolphins: Erik Ezukanma, WR, Texas Tech
Good sized WR with flashes of YAC brilliance. Quality speed and tracks it well downfield. Not a route runner who'll separate with great regularity at the next level. Value feels right. But more weapons for Tua is a good thing.
126. Raiders: Neil Farrell Jr, DT, LSU
One of the best two-gappers in the class. Clogs running lanes consistently. Flashed an amazing spin but otherwise doesn't have much of a plan when getting upfield. Impressive burst but minimal overall speed and lateral juice. Not great value trading up for an older NT without much pass-rush ability.
127. Patriots: Pierre Strong Jr., RB, South Dakota State
Super-explosive zone-blocking scheme type with some juking skill but not overly elusive. Multiple years of high-level productivity at the FCS level. Not exactly a scheme fit but naturally skilled runner.
128. Ravens: Charlie Kolar, TE, Iowa State
This is Mark Andrews 2.0. Deceptive separator who catches everything, even through traffic. Some wiggle and power after the catch. Decent, not tremendous blocker.
129. Cowboys: Jake Ferguson, TE, Wisconsin
Dynamic mover with some juice after the catch. Not a speedster down the seam. Not your classic Wisconsin TE. Average-at-best blocking. Another weapon for Dak Prescott.
130. Ravens: Jordan Stout, P, Penn State
The first questionable pick by Ravens this year. One of the best punters in this class and can be Justin Tucker insurance.
131. Titans: Hassan Haskins, RB, Michigan
Old-school power back with deceptive burst through the hole. Some flashes of elusiveness but won't be a strength at the next level. Too early for him but does fit the type the Titans like and will eventually need at RB.
132. Packers: Romeo Doubs, WR, Nevada
I like this pick more in Green Bay than I would have for other teams. Doubs is a field-stretcher who tracks it awesomely deep. Spindly frame and not great at beating press. Won't be a big-time separator and YAC is average.
133. Buccaneers: Jake Camarda, P, Georgia
Big-legged punter who wasn't as good in 2021 as he was earlier in his career.
134. 49ers: Spencer Burford, OL, UTSA
Versatile OT/OG prospect with awesome hand work and a nice compact frame. Needs to get stronger but definitely fits in Shanahan's zone-blocking scheme and 49ers had to add more OL.
135. Chiefs: Joshua Williams, CB, Fayetteville State
One of the premier small-school prospects in this class. Height/weight/athleticism combo. Speed is a little lacking. Mirrored outstandingly in college. Will face steep learning curve in terms of talent he'll face. Chiefs had to add more CB talent.
136. Bengals: Cordell Volson, OT, North Dakota State
Average athlete with NFL-caliber length and hand work to get back as a technician. Opens the gate a tick early too often. Leans into his blocks too often which makes him susceptible to counters. Assignment sound in the run game.
137. Patriots: Bailey Zappe, QB, Western Kentucky
Zappe is a gunslinger with QB amnesia. Unafraid to rip it through tight windows. Did play in wide-open offense. Pocket-presence is solid. Average-at-best athleticism. Arm strength is good, not great. Mac Jones insurance?
138. Steelers: Calvin Austin III, WR, Memphis
Track star in a football uniform. Plays like he was shot out of a cannon and change-of-direction skill is good. Super-tiny frame which hurts him against press and was schemed open often in college. Fun addition to the Steelers O.
139. Ravens: Isaiah Likely, TE, Coastal Carolina
H-back type at the TE spot who excels with effortless YAC ability. Not a seam-stretcher and better blocker in space than he is in-line. Will be a useful underneath target in the NFL. But limited overall.
140. Packers: Zach Tom, OL, Wake Forest
Tom is one of the most nimble blockers I've scouted. Glides all over the field with elite short-area quickness. Hands can be a tick late and he has to add considerable weight before he can live in the trenches in the NFL.
141. Ravens: Damarion Williams, CB, Houston
Slot CB who's quicker than fast and plays with a feisty demeanor. Mirroring is good not great, which is surprising given his athletic chops. Feels early for him but there was a need at nickel cornerback in Baltimore.
142. Rams: Decobie Durant, CB, South Carolina State
Hyper active, sudden CB who's a bouncy jitterbug all over the field. Super confident and was very productive at the small-school level. Smaller and gets washed out by blockers at times. Already 24.
143. Titans: Chigoziem Okonkwo, TE, Maryland
Very Titans selection. H-back type with high-level athleticism. Suddenness and speed. Low-volume receiver in college but can be better in the pros because of his traits.