Watch Now: Shaquem Griffin joins CBS Sports HQ (7:28)

Chris Trapasso analyzed each pick from Saturday's Round 4 of the 2018 NFL Draft, grading each team on its draft-night selections. 

Complete coverage: 2018 Draft Tracker

Grades: Round 1 • Round 2 • Round 3 • Round 4 • Round 5 • Round 6 • Round 7  

Round 4

101. Ian Thomas, TE, Indiana

Grade: B+ 

Carolina gets a TE2 for Norv Turner's offense. Thomas will be a better pro than he was in college. Plus ball skills. Decent blocker.


102. Jalyn Holmes, DE, Ohio State

Grade: B+ 

Active hands, some twitchiness but lacking burst off the snap. Best as pass-rushing nickel DT.


103. Keke Coutee, WR, Texas Tech

Grade: B- 

Downfield threat for Watson. Good after the catch. Lacks size and strength. Could struggle to beat press coverage.


104. Nyheim Hines, RB, NC State

Grade: C+ 

Fun, gadget RB with game-breaking speed. Doesn't run through many tackles. Lacks agility for his size.


105. Antonio Callaway, WR, Florida

Grade: C 

Flashes of premiere explosiveness but lanky frame and clear-cut off-field concerns.


106. Josey Jewell, ILB, Iowa

Grade: A-

LB is a sneaky need for Denver. Jewell plays faster than his timed speed because of his quick play-recognition. Tackling machine.


107. Christopher Herndon IV, TE, Miami

Grade: B-

Lengthy, seam-stretcher for Sam Darnold. Not twitchy, but long strides make him deceptively good after the catch.


108. Kyle Lauletta, QB, Richmond

Grade: A. 

Quick-strike QB with quality accuracy on short/intermediate throws. Aggressive. Needs work downfield and against pressure.


109. Troy Apke, S, Penn State

Grade: D+

Super athlete with size. Not a great football player yet. Slow to react to run plays and route concepts.


110. Nick Nelson, CB, Wisconsin

Grade: B+

Sticky man CB. Nice ball skills. Average athleticism. Can be overly grabby. Helps to fill a need in secondary.


111. Brian Allen, C, Michigan State

Grade: B- 

If he was bigger and a tick more athletic, he'd have gone on Day 2. Technician. Nice depth on aging OL.


112. Mark Walton, RB, Miami

Grade: A

Gio Bernard clone. Small, super-shifty. YAC machine as a receiver.


113. DaeSean Hamilton, WR, Penn State

Grade: A-

Similar style to Emmanuel Sanders. Crafty route-runner who can really separate.


114. Da'Shawn Hand, DE, Alabama

Grade: C. 

Two-gapper. Strong. Very limited as a pass rusher.


115. Joel Iyiegbuniwe, LB, Western Kentucky

Grade: B+

More speed at the LB spot. Hybrid safety. Needs to get stronger and better at defeating blocks.


116. Dorance Armstrong Jr., DE, Kansas

Grade: B-

Nice size and length. Flashes of bend, but not consistent with his hands. Fair amount of power.


117. Jordan Whitehead, SS, Pittsburgh

Grade: B+

Short and small. Speed. Surprising pop. Solid range. Tons of needed investment in secondary, which is what TB needed.


118. Anthony Averett, CB, Alabama

Grade: B-

Lanky. Limited strength. Supreme speed. Lacks hip fluidity.


119. Kyzir White, FS, West Virginia

Grade: B

Bradley gets more speed for this defense. White better at LB than S. Downhill run thumper.


120. Will Dissly, TE, Washington

Grade: D 

Way too early. Some blocking prowess but not a true people-mover. Not a separation TE and lacks speed.


121. Taron Johnson, CB, Weber State

Grade: C+

CB is sneaky need for the Bills, but where's the WR? Johnson was ultra productive at FCS level. Grabby at times.


122. Kenny Young, ILB, UCLA

Grade: A-

Has speed issues but reacts quickly, sheds blocks, and thumps against the run. Nice depth add.


123. Durham Smythe, TE, Notre Dame

Grade: C

Little early, but well-versed as a blocker. Shined when given opportunity to catch passes at Senior Bowl. Limited out wide.


124. Armani Watts, FS, Texas A&M

Grade: A

Hyper active DB. Will make plays on the outside. Twitchy. Just lacks size.


125. Avonte Maddox, CB, Pittsburgh

Grade: A

Feisty, ultra-aggressive slot CB with the agility to match with quickest WRs in the league. Gets his hands on loads of passes.


126. Ito Smith, RB, Southern Mississippi

Grade: A

Smith has amazing jump-cut ability, vision, and is tremendous in the screen game.


127. Rick Leonard, OT, Florida State

Grade: D+

Leonard has the measureables. Doesn't have quick feet or good balance. Must get stronger too.


128. Kentavius Street, DT, NC State

Grade: C+

Weight-room strong, but doesn't fully translate on the field. Freakish flashes but gets stuck on blocks too often.


129. Will Richardson, OT, NC State

Grade: A

Richardson plays with immense strength and has deceptively good feet. Thrives in pass pro.


130. Josh Sweat, DE, Florida State

Grade: A

Clowney-like linear freak athlete. Powerful jolt with long arms. Embarrassment of riches up front on Eagles defense.


131. Kalen Ballage, RB, Arizona State

Grade: B

Hyper athletic. Reliable pass-catcher. Explosive. Lacking in vision department.


132. Jaleel Scott, WR, New Mexico State

Grade: B+

Tall, lanky. Somewhat stiff. Ability to make acrobatic catches and high-point when coverage is tight.


133. J'Mon Moore, WR, Missouri

Grade: B+

Height/speed vertical threat. Strong too. Tracks well. One-trick pony but will thrive downfield.


134. Chase Edmonds, RB, Fordham

Grade: C+

Slightly early. Runs very hard for being a small RB. Some twitchiness.


135. John Franklin, DE, Stephen F. Austin

Grade: B

Heavy-handed pass-rushing DT. Lacks burst. Quality depth on loaded Rams DL.


136. Marquis Haynes, OLB, Mississippi

Grade: A

Stand-up LB with powerful hands he uses well. Could add more weight and strength. Some flashes of quickness around the edge.


137. Dalton Schultz, TE, Stanford

Grade: D+

Has blocking experience but not good in that area. Limited receiver too. Good size.