Draft Order NFL: Projected Records 2019 NFL Draft Order: Round 4: 103. Arizona Cardinals: 3-13, 104. San Francisco 49ers: 4-12, 105. New York Jets: 4-12, 106. Oakland Raiders: 4-12, 107. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 5-11, 108. New York Giants: 5-11, 109. Jacksonville Jaguars: 5-11, 110. Cincinnati Bengals: 6-10, 111. Detroit Lions: 6-10, 112. Buffalo Bills: 6-10, 113. Baltimore Ravens (from Denver Broncos): 6-10, 114. Green Bay Packers: 6-9-1, 115. Carolina Panthers: 7-9, 116. Miami Dolphins: 7-9, 117. Atlanta Falcons: 7-9, 118. Green Bay Packers (from Washington Redskins): 7-9, 119. Cleveland Browns: 7-8-1, 120. Minnesota Vikings: 8-7-1, 121. Tennessee Titans: 9-7, 122. Pittsburgh Steelers: 9-6-1, 123. Baltimore Ravens: 10-6, 124. Seattle Seahawks: 10-6, 125. Denver Broncos (from Houston Texans): 11-5, 126. Chicago Bears: 12-4, 127. Philadelphia Eagles: 9-7, 128. Dallas Cowboys: 10-6, 129. Indianapolis Colts: 10-6, 130. Los Angeles Chargers: 12-4, 131. Buffalo Bills (from Kansas City Chiefs): 12-4, 132. New York Giants (from New Orleans Saints): 13-3, 133. Los Angeles Rams: 13-3, 134. New England Patriots: 11-5, 135. Indianapolis Colts (Compensation Pick): 10-6, 136. Dallas Cowboys (Compensation Pick): 11-5, 137. Atlanta Falcons (Compensation Pick): 7-9, 138. Philadelphia Eagles (Compensation Pick): 9-7

2019 NFL Mock Draft: Final Mock 7 Rounds

Round 4

Chris Ransom follow @DraftUtopia Last Updated: April 25, 2019.

  1. Arizona Cardinals: Alex Bars, LG, Notre Dame

    Arizona gets a left guard to kick off the fourth round. Giving Arizona an offensive line with D.J. Humphries at left tackle, Marcus Gilbert as his bookend, Justin Pugh as the top interior offensive lineman, Mason Cole at center, and a competition between Cody Ford or Alex Bars for the left guard spot does wonders not only for stability, but as well from a depth standpoint.

    Alex Bars has experience at both guard spots, plus he also lined up as a practie center. Basically Bars is an interior offensive lineman that can be inserted into the starting lineup for insurance if Arizona wants to groom Cody Ford to be Marcus Gilbert's replacement or Bars could even start at left guard right away.

  2. San Francisco 49ers: Myles Gaskin, RB, Washington

    San Francisco has to find a back to compliment Tevin Coleman. Grooming someone who does not have top-end speed, but brings everything else on tape like Washington Huskies running back Myles Gaskin would be an ideal move for the 49ers to make as they get their long-term back on day 3 of the 2019 NFL Draft while grooming him for the future by playing Tevin Coleman now. If Tevin Coleman starts all 16 games in 2019 that's an extra year of rest for Myles Gaskin or the 49ers can operate a two back system.

    Despite being only 5-9 205 lbs, Gaskin is durable enough to carry the rock as he did 24-reps on the bench press at the 2019 NFL Combine, and improved on that with 28-reps at Washington's Pro Day despite a 4.58 40-time. Gaskin reminds me of Nick Chubb with more durability, but less tread on his feet.

  3. New York Jets: Chase Winovich, 3-4 ROLB, Michigan

    New York gets an outside linebacker that could also be used as a 3-4 outside linebacker off the edge on either side. The 6-3 255 lb Chase Winovich has similar hair to Clay Matthews. Chase Winovich had 31 total tackles, 38 assisted tackles, 69 total tackles, 17 tackles for a loss, 7 quarterback hurries, and 5 sacks in 2018. New York could also sign Clay Matthews to a cheap deal so New York has two pass rushers who blitz Tom Brady like Thor off the edge.

    Chase Winovich did well on tape versus Penn State. Here is his film session from his game against Penn State.

  4. Oakland Raiders: Alize Mack, TE, Notre Dame

    Oakland grabs a tight end that they can groom for the future on day 3 of the 2019 NFL Draft. Mack looked like a future starting tight end at one point before his 4.70 40-yard dash at the 2019 NFL Combine.

  5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jordan Scarlett, RB, Florida

    Tampa Bay drafts a running back to push Ronald Jones. Jordan Scarlett's production declined in 2018, but he's got better game speed then Ronald Jones. Not only can he compliment Jones, but I believe the upside to surpass him down the road is there if Ronald Jones does not rebound in 2019. Scarlett ran a 4.47 40-time at he 2019 NFL Combine.

  6. New York Giants: Ross Pierschbacher, C, Alabama

    New York gets a center to bolster their offensive line. The 6-3 306 lb Ross Pierschbacher completes this offensive line. New York now has Nate Solder at left tackle, Will Hernandez at left guard, Ross Pierschbacher at center, Kevin Zeitler at right guard, and Kaleb McGary who I mocked in the last round at center.

  7. Jacksonville Jaguars: Tommy Sweeney, TE, Boston College

    Jacksonville gets a starting tight end. Tommy Sweeney is a great tight end and he caught everything in the Gaunlett Drill at the 2019 NFL Combine despite his god awful 4.83 40-time or his lackluster 17-reps on the bench press. If Sweeney didn't catch everything, I'd probably be thinking late round prospect, but since I initially had a top 3 TE grade on Sweeney and because I know he's reliable as a pass catcher from his game film and gauntlet drill, I'd take him in the fourth round if I was a team like the Jacksonville Jaguars.

  8. Cincinnati Bengals: Andre James, LT, UCLA

    Andre James played right tackle next to Kolton Miller in 2017. He moved to left tackle in 2018 and did well versus Cincinnati. I like him as a third round talent despite what most experts said heading into the 2019 NFL Combine. James struggled at the 2019 NFL Combine, but he'd be a nice swing tackle for depth behind Cordy Glenn.

    Andre James played right tackle next to Kolton Miller in 2017. He moved to left tackle in 2018 and did well versus Cincinnati. I like him as a third round talent despite what most experts say.

  9. Detroit Lions: Dontavius Russell, DT, Auburn

    Detroit gets a defensive tackle here. The 6-3 319 lb Dontavius Russell had a good week during the 2019 Senior Bowl. He didn't have the best regular season, but he outperformed Greg Gaines in Mobile, and looks like a future starter.

  10. Buffalo Bills: Caleb Wilson, TE, UCLA

    The Buffalo Bills get their tight end for competition here. Caleb Wilson is an absolute steal in the fourth round for a team like the Buffalo Bills.

  11. Baltimore Ravens: Otaro Alaka, 3-4 MLB, Texas A&M

    Baltimroe needs another 3-4 middle linebacker. Otara Alaka showed better athleticism on tape then Khalil Hodge. The media is hyping him up to be a day 2 pick based on his athleticsm alone. He's better then Kamalai Correa, however he's someone who feels like a boom or bust prospect despite his upside.

  12. Green Bay Packers: Amani Hooker, SS, Iowa

    Green Bay gets a starting safety to replace Morgan Burnett. Amani Hooker has potential to be a nice replacement to HaHa Clinton-Dix on day 3 of the 2019 NFL Draft. He's raw, but the ceiling to be a poor mans Malik Hooker is there.

  13. Carolina Panthers: Andy Isabella, WR, Massachusetts

    Carolina gets a wide receiver to compliment D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel. Andy Isabella is another tiny slot receiver with ideal speed that fits into Carolina's crew of wide receivers if they believe Moore can take that next step in 2019. Isabella had a good 2019 Senior Bowl week and ran a 4.31 40-time despite his size so he's a steal for Carolina at this point.

  14. Miami Dolphins: Michael Deiter, LG, Wisconsin

    Michael Deiter has lined up at left tackle, left guard, and center. Minnesota drafts their new left guard here. The 6-5 304 lb Michael Deiter moved to left guard and became a team captain on Wisconsin in 2018.

    Miami adds Deiter for depth in the fourth round. Deiter gives Miami a replacement to Josh Sitton at left guard.

    Wisconsin has a lot of good offensive linemen. Here is tape of those offensive linemen in the 2018 New Era Pinstripe Bowl against the Miami Hurricanes who have a good defensive line.

  15. Atlanta Falcons: Justin Layne, CB, Michigan State

    Atlanta gets a cornerback to compliment Desmond Trufant and Isaiah Oliver. Justin Layne is a nice replacement for Robert Alford at this point in the fourth round.

    Here is game film of Layne versus Ohio State. Justin Layne has the ability to be a future starter even if he falls to day 3 of the 2019 NFL Draft.

  16. Green Bay Packers: Foster Moreau, TE, LSU

    Green Bay uses this pick to get a tight end for depth behind Jimmy Graham. Foster Moreau is a nice value pick here.

    Miami had some good safeties. Here is Moreau versus the Miami FL safeties.

  17. Cleveland Browns: Blake Cashman, LOLB, Minnesota

    Cleveland needs a replacement for Jamie Collins. Blake Cashman could be a solid value pick at this point in the fourth round.

  18. Minnesota Vikings: B.J. Autry, LG, Jacksonville State

    B.J. Autry did well on tape versus North Carolina AT & T. I think he could be a starting left guard in the NFL. Autry has amazing tape and is one of the underlooked prospects in this class depsite his massive size.

  19. Tennessee Titans: Kevin Pendleton, LG, Missouri

    Tennessee gets pass blocking left guard. Kevin Pendleton was better against Alabama in pass protection then right tackle Paul Adams. Tennessee uses this selection to secure a starting guard.

  20. Pittsburgh Steelers: Will Harris, SS, Boston College

    Pittsburgh grabs insurance at safety. I am extremely high on both Boston College safeties. With Will Harris being the faster of the two safeties, he's the safety that Pittsburgh obtains for depth in the fourth round.

  21. Baltimore Ravens: Dexter Williams, RB, Notre Dame

    Baltimore gets their starting running back for the future to groom behind Mark Ingram. Dexter Williams is a nice addition for the Baltimore Ravens in the fourth round. He can learn under Mark Ingram and then work his way into a starting role in due time.

  22. Seattle Seahawks: Luka Denis, FS, Boston College

    Seattle gets a safety in the fourth round hoping to find a starter. This class does not have a safety that can replace Earl Thomas.

  23. Denver Broncos: Renell Wren, NT, Arizona State

    Denver gets their nose tackle. Renell Wren is quite the bargain in the fourth round. This is a very deep defensive tackle group and Denver getting Wren in the fourth round pretty much validates this.

  24. Chicago Bears: Mitch Hyatt, LT, Clemson

    Chicago uses this pick to get depth at offensive tackle behind Charles Leno Jr. and Bobbie Massie. While both offensive tackles did well in 2018 and both offensive tackles have been extended, depth is needed, and personally, I love the idea of Hyatt for depth as a backup to Leno Jr. in the fourth round.

  25. Philadelphia Eagles: Aaron Montiero, LT, Boston College

    Philadelphia gets their successor for Jason Peters at this point. Montiero dominated in 2017, but struggled against edges like Clelin Ferrell, Austin Bryant, Brian Burns, and Joe Jackson in 2018. He's a superb run blocker, but his pass blocking as well as his footwork needs to improve so grooming him to replace Jason Peters is something the Eagles could consider.

  26. Dallas Cowboys: Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, FS, Florida

    Dallas grabs another defensive back. Chauncey Gardner-Johnson can play cornerback or safety and provides nice depth for Dallas.

  27. Indianapolis Colts: Sutton Smith, LOLB, Northern Illinois

    Indianapolis gets a starting SAM linebacker at 4-3 left outside linebacker to complete a rock solid linebacker core that would feature Darius Leonard at right outside linebacker, Germaine Pratt at middle linebacker, and Sutton Smith at left outside linebacker.

  28. Los Angeles Chargers: Tyre Brady, WR, Marshall

    With Tyrell Williams gone, a slot receiver next to Keenan Allen and Mike Williams is needed. Tyre Brady is big and lethal enough to be a solid fill-in guy for Aaron Dobson.

  29. Buffalo Bills: Damien Harris, RB, Alabama

    Buffalo has LeSean McCoy and Frank Gore in their backfield. This backfield needs some youth. This backfield is so experienced that I'm going to refrain from pointing out Buffalo's obvious need to add youth to the backfield here.

  30. New York Giants: D'Andre Walker, 3-4 LOLB, Georgia

    New York re-unites Lorenzo Carter with D'Andre Walker now that JPP is gone. I've got an awesome draft day joke for this, but you'll have to wait for day 3 in Jacksonville. Muhaha!

  31. Los Angeles Rams: Rodney Anderson, RB, Oklahoma

    Rodney Anderson can replace C.J. Anderson. The Rams can even give Rodney the same jersey number as C.J. Anderson just to confuse the hell out of the other 31 NFL teams. Anderson would be a first round player if he didn't get injured in 2018. The irony is Anderson could be a nice change of pace back for a team like the Rams.

  32. New England Patriots: Josh Oliver, TE, San Jose State

    The Patriots picked the right year to double up at tight end. They did this in 2010 when they got Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez. I love the idea of one of the Iowa tight ends in the first round and someone like Josh Oliver on day 3. The scary thing is if New England hits on both tight ends like in 2010, Tom Brady can perform Witchcraft on the rest of the NFL until he has white hair like Professor Dumbledor.

  33. Indianapolis Colts: Dax Raymond, TE, Utah State

    Indianapolis got this compensation pick at 135 thanks to Donte Moncrief signing with the Jacksonville Jaguars before signing with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2019. Indianapolis has some options with this compensation pick.

    Indianapolis gets another tight end for depth. Dax Raymond looks very nice in powder blue. Jack Doyle and Eric Ebron weren't even fully healthy last season, but both tight ends have durability issues. If Indianapolis has a fully healthy, Doyle, Ebron, and Raymond for the 2020 AFC Championship against the Patriots, they may actually knock off my fucking Patriots as much as it pains me to admit it. Doyle and Ebron are still in their twenties, but if both are healthy and Raymond does well. Indianapolis has three tight ends versus New England's two.

  34. Dallas Cowboys: Lamont Gaillard, C, Georgia

    Dallas got this compensation pick at 136 thanks to Anthony Hitchens signing with the Kansas City Chiefs. Dallas still has lots of depth at linebacker.

    Dallas grabs insurance at center in case Travis Frederick does not recover from last seasons season ending injury. Lamont Gaillard is talented enough to start right away, but by going to Dallas and learning under Frederick he can improve his ceiling even more by working on his foot speed and adding strength. You can never go wrong with Georgia centers considering the success David Andrews has had with the Patriots.

  35. Atlanta Falcons: Qadree Ollison, RB, Pittsburgh

    Atlanta got this compensation pick at 137 thanks to Dontari Poe signing with the Carolina Panthers. I had a feeling Atlanta would have a hard time replacing him.

    Atlanta Falcons get Tevin Coleman's replacement here. Qadree Ollison can play running back or fullback so adding him to replace Coleman could either turn out to be a solid move by Thomas Dimitroff or it could end up biting Dimitroff in the Dimitroff.

  36. Philadelphia Eagles: Michael Jordan, C, Ohio State

    Philadelphia got this compensation pick at 138 thanks to Trey Burton signing with the Chicago Bears. Chicago is stacked at tight end, but this is still an awesome job by Philadelphia adding another compensation pick.

    Michael Jordan can play all five positions on the offensive line. Also the NBA's GOAT is not trying out for the Eagles. Sorry Philly fans, I'm not sorry about the savage burn. That does it for the fourth round. Onto rounds 5-7.

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