Two days of the 2019 NFL Draft are in the books, and we've seen plenty of surprises, including an amazing 18 trades Friday on Day 2. While I'm always a fan of trading in mock drafts, you're not going to find them here. Instead, you'll see how I think Round 4 of the draft could unfold.
I hit the Cardinals' pick of Byron Murphy at No. 33 in my Super Bowl contender.; will I be as lucky here? With the Cardinals ignoring the offensive line so far, I think I have a shot at least getting the position right. You'll also see where receivers Hakeem Butler and Kelvin Harmon finally land, as well as which two teams add quarterbacks. Hint: One is a perennial
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It's been a fun ride mocking with you through the 2019 draft season. I can't wait to get started on 2020. Let's close this thing out with a bang.
Round 4 - Pick 1 (103)
Wisconsin • Soph • 6'6" / 300 lbs
The Cardinals have been busy, but one thing they haven't done is reinforce their offensive line. I expect that to be a priority on Day 3, and Benzschawel makes sense as someone that can come in and compete at guard immediately.
Round 4 - Pick 2 (104)
Florida • Sr • 5'11" / 210 lbs
I thought Gardner-Johnson was a fringe first-round talent, so consider me shocked he's still available here. The 49ers should target secondary help with this pick, and Gardner-Johnson has potential at either corner or free safety.
Round 4 - Pick 4 (106)
Florida • Soph • 6'1" / 230 lbs
One spot the Raiders haven't addressed yet is at linebacker, where they'll want to get some young talent in the building on Day 3. Joseph is the best guy left at the position after three rounds.
Round 4 - Pick 5 (107)
Iowa State • Soph • 6'5" / 227 lbs
The Bucs made the secondary their major focus of Day 2 after taking a linebacker fifth overall, but at some point Bruce Arians will want an offensive player. Some think Butler is the top receiver in the draft, so this is awesome value here.
Round 4 - Pick 6 (108)
Mack Wilson LB
Alabama • Sr • 6'1" / 233 lbs
The Giants picked up edge rush help late in Round 3, and with no tackle worth this pick left on the board, they take a guy who was at one point considered a first-round prospect. He'll fill a big need at inside linebacker.
From Jacksonville Jaguars
Round 4 - Pick 7 (109)
Joe Jackson DL
Miami (FL) • Sr • 6'4" / 278 lbs
The Raiders got their new stud edge rusher at No. 4, but they need to improve the depth on the edge as well. Jackson should be a solid fit for Paul Guenther's defense in a complementary role.
Round 4 - Pick 9 (111)
From Buffalo Bills
Round 4 - Pick 10 (112)
From Green Bay Packers
Round 4 - Pick 12 (114)
Jalen Jelks EDGE
Oregon • Jr • 6'5" / 256 lbs
The Seahawks added edge rush help in Round 1, but all that did was patch a Frank Clark-sized hole. They still needed help at the position even with Clark, so they should look for quality DEs early on Day 3.
From Miami Dolphins
Round 4 - Pick 14 (116)
Round 4 - Pick 15 (117)
Maxx Crosby EDGE
Eastern Michigan • Sr • 6'5" / 255 lbs
The Falcons went with two O-lineman in Round 1 and didn't have a Day 2 pick, so they've done nothing to address their defensive needs. Crosby has a shot to develop into a starter with the right tutelage.
From Seattle Seahawks
Round 4 - Pick 16 (118)
Round 4 - Pick 17 (119)
NC State • Soph • 6'2" / 215 lbs
The Browns are in a good spot to land a Day 2 talent that's slid, and I can see them wanting one more receiver even after adding Odell Beckham. Harmon could have easily been taken in Round 2 without anyone blasting the pick.
Round 4 - Pick 18 (120)
New Mexico State • Fr • 6'2" / 241 lbs
The Vikings have made offense their priority so far, but I think that changes here. Hanks is a guy they've shown plenty of interest in, and he could compete for playing time immediately in the weakside role.
Round 4 - Pick 19 (121)
Houston • Jr • 6'2" / 210 lbs
Like Love, Johnson was squeezed out of the picture in Day 2 though he has the talent worthy of being a top-100 pick. I thought the Titans would address the corner position with that big group of guys in Round 2, but this would be even better.
Round 4 - Pick 20 (122)
Texas • Sr • 6'5" / 280 lbs
I was surprised Omenihu wasn't a Day 2 selection, and while I don't think he fits the traditional edge rusher role in Pittsburgh, they have shown interest in him and likely have plans for his best fit if they can get him.
Round 4 - Pick 22 (124)
LSU • Sr • 6'4" / 250 lbs
Moreau could have some untapped potential if used correctly in the passing game, and the Seahawks should be looking to upgrade the tight end position in this round.
From Denver Broncos
Round 4 - Pick 23 (125)
Ryan Finley QB
NC State • Jr • 6'4" / 207 lbs
I don't think Finley is coming in and unseating Andy Dalton immediately, but the Bengals need to do better than Jeff Driskel as the QB2. They had Finley in for a workout so the interest is presumably there.
Round 4 - Pick 24 (126)
James Madison • Sr • 5'11" / 182 lbs
The last team to make their first pick, the Bears jumped for a running back when the position presented good value in Round 3. I'd be shocked if they don't focus on defense from here on out, starting with this sleeper small-school corner.
From Philadelphia Eagles
Round 4 - Pick 25 (127)
Riley Ridley WR
Georgia • Jr • 6'1" / 200 lbs
The Ravens already took two receivers, but did you see their depth chart at the position coming into the draft? I'd keep loading up if one of the Day 2 talents makes it to them with this pick.
Round 4 - Pick 26 (128)
Iowa • Sr • 5'11" / 210 lbs
I thought the Cowboys would go safety with their first pick considering the talent on the board, but if they're fortunate enough to land a guy as talented as Hooker here, it should be considered a success.
Round 4 - Pick 27 (129)
Renell Wren DL
Arizona State • Jr • 6'5" / 320 lbs
The Colts have done a great job addressing their biggest needs so far, but one spot I'd like to see them upgrade is the interior of the defensive line. Wren is a fringe Day 2 talent, so the value is there with this pick.
Round 4 - Pick 28 (130)
Quarterback could be an option here, but the Chargers should be looking for more help at corner to give Casey Hayward some help. Ballentine might be from a small school but has done enough to be drafted in the middle rounds.
From Buffalo Bills
Round 4 - Pick 29 (131)
One spot I thought the Redskins would address by now is the interior of the offensive line, and with Dwayne Haskins' college teammate is a nice value here, this pick makes too much sense.
From New York Giants
Round 4 - Pick 30 (132)
Miami (FL) • Soph • 6'2" / 300 lbs
All the wheeling and dealing has given the Seahawks three fourth-round picks, so they could wind up solidifying the depth on their roster early in the day. Willis is too talented to slip any further than this.
From Los Angeles Rams
Round 4 - Pick 31 (133)
Auburn • Jr • 6'2" / 218 lbs
The Patriots get their developmental project at quarterback in Stidham, who will either win multiple Super Bowls or get traded for a great return on this pick once Tom Brady commits to playing until 50.
Round 4 - Pick 32 (134)
Round 4 - Pick 33 (135)
Mike Weber RB
Ohio State • Fr • 5'10" / 210 lbs
Weber raised his profile at the combine by looking smooth through all the drills, and with the Colts knocking most of their other needs out, they can take a chance on him here.
Round 4 - Pick 34 (136)
Emanuel Hall WR
Missouri • Fr • 6'3" / 195 lbs
Hall is a major downfield threat (check out that yards per reception number above) who the Cowboys had in for a private visit. If he's still around at this point, he's a great value for Dallas.
Round 4 - Pick 35 (137)