Chris Trapasso analyzed each pick from Saturday's Round 4 of the 2018 NFL Draft, grading each team on its draft-night selections.
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101. Ian Thomas, TE, Indiana
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
Active hands, some twitchiness but lacking burst off the snap. Best as pass-rushing nickel DT.
103. Keke Coutee, WR, Texas Tech
Downfield threat for Watson. Good after the catch. Lacks size and strength. Could struggle to beat press coverage.
104. Nyheim Hines, RB, NC State
Fun, gadget RB with game-breaking speed. Doesn't run through many tackles. Lacks agility for his size.
105. Antonio Callaway, WR, Florida
Flashes of premiere explosiveness but lanky frame and clear-cut off-field concerns.
106. Josey Jewell, ILB, Iowa
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
Lengthy, seam-stretcher for Sam Darnold. Not twitchy, but long strides make him deceptively good after the catch.
108. Kyle Lauletta, QB, Richmond
Quick-strike QB with quality accuracy on short/intermediate throws. Aggressive. Needs work downfield and against pressure.
109. Troy Apke, S, Penn State
Super athlete with size. Not a great football player yet. Slow to react to run plays and route concepts.
110. Nick Nelson, CB, Wisconsin
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
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
Gio Bernard clone. Small, super-shifty. YAC machine as a receiver.
113. DaeSean Hamilton, WR, Penn State
Similar style to Emmanuel Sanders. Crafty route-runner who can really separate.
114. Da'Shawn Hand, DE, Alabama
Two-gapper. Strong. Very limited as a pass rusher.
115. Joel Iyiegbuniwe, LB, Western Kentucky
More speed at the LB spot. Hybrid safety. Needs to get stronger and better at defeating blocks.
116. Dorance Armstrong Jr., DE, Kansas
Nice size and length. Flashes of bend, but not consistent with his hands. Fair amount of power.
117. Jordan Whitehead, SS, Pittsburgh
Short and small. Speed. Surprising pop. Solid range. Tons of needed investment in secondary, which is what TB needed.
118. Anthony Averett, CB, Alabama
Lanky. Limited strength. Supreme speed. Lacks hip fluidity.
119. Kyzir White, FS, West Virginia
Bradley gets more speed for this defense. White better at LB than S. Downhill run thumper.
120. Will Dissly, TE, Washington
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
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
Has speed issues but reacts quickly, sheds blocks, and thumps against the run. Nice depth add.
123. Durham Smythe, TE, Notre Dame
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
Hyper active DB. Will make plays on the outside. Twitchy. Just lacks size.
125. Avonte Maddox, CB, Pittsburgh
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
Smith has amazing jump-cut ability, vision, and is tremendous in the screen game.
127. Rick Leonard, OT, Florida State
Leonard has the measureables. Doesn't have quick feet or good balance. Must get stronger too.
128. Kentavius Street, DT, NC State
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
Richardson plays with immense strength and has deceptively good feet. Thrives in pass pro.
130. Josh Sweat, DE, Florida State
Clowney-like linear freak athlete. Powerful jolt with long arms. Embarrassment of riches up front on Eagles defense.
131. Kalen Ballage, RB, Arizona State
Hyper athletic. Reliable pass-catcher. Explosive. Lacking in vision department.
132. Jaleel Scott, WR, New Mexico State
Tall, lanky. Somewhat stiff. Ability to make acrobatic catches and high-point when coverage is tight.
133. J'Mon Moore, WR, Missouri
Height/speed vertical threat. Strong too. Tracks well. One-trick pony but will thrive downfield.
134. Chase Edmonds, RB, Fordham
Slightly early. Runs very hard for being a small RB. Some twitchiness.
135. John Franklin, DE, Stephen F. Austin
Heavy-handed pass-rushing DT. Lacks burst. Quality depth on loaded Rams DL.
136. Marquis Haynes, OLB, Mississippi
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
Has blocking experience but not good in that area. Limited receiver too. Good size.