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Round 1, 2 and 3 results can be found here

 

 

 

Round 4

 

103-4-1.      Arizona (3-13) .527 - @That Guy - Trey Pipkins, OT, Sioux Falls

104-4-2.      San Francisco (4-12) .504 - @csmopar - Mike Edwards, S, Kentucky

105-4-3.      New York Jets (4-12) .506 - @CR91- Bryce Love, RB, Stanford

106-4-4.      Oakland (4-12) .547 - @Jared Cisneros - Kahale Warring, TE, San Jose State

107-4-5.      Tampa Bay (5-11) .523 - @John Hammonds - Jaquan Johnson, S, Miami

108-4-6.      Cleveland - from New York Giants (5-11) .527 - @stitches - Jamel Dean, CB, Auburn

109-4-7.      Eagles from Jacksonville (5-11) .549 - @pacolts56- Mike Bell, FS, Fresno State

110-4-8.      Cincinnati (6-10) .535 - @MPStack - Justin Hollins, LB, Oregon

111-4-9.      Detroit (6-10) .504 - @PureLuck- Anthony Nelson, DL, Iowa

112-4-10.  Buffalo (6-10) .523 - @twfish- Jamal Peters, CB, Mississippi State

113-4-11.  Baltimore - from Denver (6-10) .523 - @pacolts56- Keelan Doss, WR, UC Davis

114-4-12.  Green Bay (6-9-1) .488 - @chad72 - Emmanuel Hall, WR, Missouri

115-4-13.  Carolina (7-9) .508 - @Matthew Gilbert - Maxx Crosby, DE, EMU

116-4-14.  Miami (7-9) .469 - @John Hammonds - Isaiah Prince, OG, Ohio State

117-4-15.  Atlanta (7-9) .482 - @RNGDShobby - Gerald Willis, DT, Miami

118-4-16.  Green Bay - from Washington (7-9) .486 - @chad72 - Te'Von Coney, ILB, Notre Dame

119-4-17.  Cleveland (7-8-1) .516 - @stitches - Bobby Okereke, LB Stanford 

120-4-18.  Detroit Lions from Minnesota (8-7-1) .504 - @PureLuck - Blake Cashman, LB, Minnesota

121-4-19.  Tennessee (9-7) .520 - @Clem-Dog - David Sills, WR, West Virginia

122-4-20.  Pittsburgh (9-6-1) .504 - @danlhart87 - Foster Moreau, TE, LSU

123-4-21.  New England from Baltimore* (10-6) .496 - @chad72 - Daylon Mack, NT, Texas A & M

124-4-22.  Seattle* (10-6) .484 - @Four2itus - Jalen Jelks, EDGE, Oregon

125-4-23.  Indianapolis from Denver - from Houston* (11-5) .471 - @danlhart87 - Nate Davis, OG, North Carolina Charlotte

126-4-24.  Chicago* (12-4) .430 - @csmopar - Montrage Hartage, CB, Northwestern

127-4-25.  Philadelphia* (9-7) .518 - @pacolts56 - Joe Giles Harris, LB, Duke

128-4-26.  Dallas* (10-6) .488 - @csmopar - Michael Jackson, CB, Miami

129-4-27.  Indianapolis* (10-6) .465 - @danlhart87 - Terry Godwin, WR, Georgia

130-4-28.  Los Angeles Chargers* (12-4) .477 - @Buck Showalter - Josiah Coatney, DT, Ole Miss

131-4-29.  Buffalo - from Kansas City* (12-4) .480 - @twfish - Mitch Hyatt, OT, Clemson

132-4-30.  New York Giants - from New Orleans* (13-3) .482 - @Matthew Gilbert - Kaden Smith, TE, Stanford

133-4-31.  Los Angeles Rams* (13-3) .480 - @Four2itus

134-4-32.  New England* (11-5) .482 - @chad72

135-4-33.  Indianapolis (compensatory) - @danlhart87

136-4-34.  Dallas (compensatory) - @csmopar

137-4-35.  Atlanta (compensatory) - @RNGDShobby

138-4-36.  Philadelphia (compensatory) - @pacolts56

 


 

Denver -> Baltimore: Joe Flacco

Houston -> Denver: Demaryius Thomas

Kansas City -> Buffalo: Reggie Ragland

New Orleans -> NY Giants: Eli Apple

New York Giants -> Cleveland: Olivier Vernon

Washington -> Green Bay: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix


 

TRADES SO FAR:

 

·  The Packers give up pick No.12 and pick No.75 (3rd rounder) to move up to No.8 with the Detroit Lions. 

·   Vikings receive #25 and #57. Eagles move up to #18.

·    Indianapolis #26 for San Fran's #36 and #67

·    Indianapolis #36 for Denver's #41 and #125

·    NYG #37 for Carolina Panthers' #47 and #100

·    Lions #43 and #88 for Vikings' #50, #81 and #120

•   Dallas get pick 45; Falcons get pick 58 and pick 90.

•   Eagles get picks 69 and 109; Jaguars get pick 53

•   Ravens get picks 97 and 101; Patriots get picks 85 and 123

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, Matthew Gilbert said:

With the 132nd pick in the Gavin Mock Draft 2.0, the NY Giants select: Kaden Smith TE Stanford

 

@csmopar and the LA Rams are now on the clock 10:51 AM EST

 

Changing to @Four2itus and The Rams since he is back.

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LIST OF AVAILABLE PROSPECTS (3rd ground value and less):

(as of 4/17/19, 11:00 AM EST)

 
 

5.9-5.5 = Has a chance to make and contribute
5.9 = 3rd Round Value (66)

83. ISAAC NAUTA–TE–GEORGIA
86. JARETT STIDHAM–QB–AUBURN
90. LUKAS DENIS–S–BOSTON COLLEGE
92. DAWSON KNOX–TE–OLE MISS
94. SHAREEF MILLER–DE–PENN ST.

 

————————END OF THIRD ROUND NUMBER PICKS——————————–

 

97. PENNY HART–SLWR–GEORGIA ST.
99. ISIAH BUGGS–DE–ALABAMA
108. DAVID LONG–CB–MICHIGAN
111. DRU TRANQUILL–OLB–NOTRE DAME
112. TYREL DODSON–OLB–TEXAS A&M
115. DERWIN GRAY–OT–MARYLAND
117. SIONE TAKIAKI–OLB–BYU
118. AUSTIN BRYANT–DE–CLEMSON
120. CHRISTIAN MILLER–OLB–ALABAMA
121. MARVELL TELL III–S–USC
122. GARY JOHNSON–ILB–TEXAS
124. DREW SAMPLE–TE–WASHINGTON

 

—————–END FOURTH ROUND NUMBER PICKS—————-

 

125. TOMMY SWEENEY–TE–BOSTON COLLEGE
126. ANTHONY JOHNSON–WR–BUFFALO
127. BEAU BENZSCHAWEL–OG–WISCONSIN
128. SAIVION SMITH–CB–ALABAMA
129. CARL GRANDERSON–DE WYOMING
130. BEN POWERS–OG–OKLAHOMA
131. RODNEY ANDERSON–RB–OKLAHOMA
132. JALEN HURD–WR–BAYLOR
133. HAMP CHEEVERS–CB–BOSTON COLLEGE
134. DRU SAMIA–OG–OKLAHOMA
137. KRIS BOYD–CB–TEXAS
138. WILL HARRIS–S–BOSTON COLLEGE
139. TERRY BECKNER JR.–DT–MISSOURI
140. CALEB WILSON–TE–UCLA
143. MIKE WEBER–RB–OHIO ST.
144. DEMARCUS CHRISTMAS–DT–FLORIDA ST.
146. BENNY SNELL–RB–KENTUCKY

============END OF THIRD ROUND GRADE VALUE=============

 

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Other prospects still on the board: 

 

Round 4 - 7 Offense prospects by position and grade (Chris Landry):

 

Tight End-

5.5 = 4th Round Value

 

13. DAX RAYMOND–UTAH STATE
14. ALIZE MACK–NOTRE DAME
15. ZACH GENTRY–MICHIGAN

 

5.4 – 5.0 = Potential back up Contributor/Roster Player  (10)
5.4 = 5th to 6th Round Value
17. DONALD PARHAM–STETSON
18. TREVON WESCO–WEST VIRGINIA

 

5.0 = 7th Round to Priority Free Agent Value

19. CJ CONRAD–KENTUCKY
20. KENDALL BLANTON–MISSOURI
21. KEENEN BROWN–TEXAS STATE
22. ANDREW BECK–TEXAS
23. VINCENT HOBBS–TEXAS A&M COMMERCE
24. DANIEL HELM–DUKE
25. KANO DILLON–OREGON

 

Wide Receiver-

5.5 = 4th Round Value (14)

 

19. LIL JORDAN HUMPHREY–TEXAS
20. JABOBI MEYERS–NORTH CAROLINA STATE
23. ANTOINE WESLEY–TEXAS TECH
24. DARIUS SLAYTON–AUBURN
25. MECOLE HARDMAN–GEORGIA
27. KEESEAN JOHNSON–FRESNO STATE
28. ANTHONY RATLIFF-WILLIAMS—NORTH CAROLINA
29. ANTOINE WESLEY–TEXAS TECH
30. JAZZ FERGUSON–NORTHWESTERN ST-LA
31. DILLON MITCHELL–OREGON
32. STANLEY MORGAN JR–NEBRASKA

 

5.4 – 5.0 = Potential back up Contributor/Roster Player  (39)
5.4 = 5th to 6th Round Value   (13)

33. TYRE BRADY–MARSHALL
34. JAMAL CUSTIS–SYRACUSE
35. TRAVIS FULGHAM–OLD DOMINION
36. HUNTER RENFROW–CLEMSON
37. CODY THOMPSON–TOLEDO
38. GARY JENNINGS JR–WEST VIRGINIA
39. GREG DORTCH–WAKE FOREST
40. PRESTON WILLIAMS–COLORADO STATE
41. DIONTAE JOHNSON–TOLEDO
42. OLAMIDE ZACCHEAUS–VIRGINIA
43. FELTON DAVIS III–MICHIGAN STATE
44. NYQWAN MURRAY–FLORIDA STATE
45. PRESTON WILLIAMS–COLORADO STATE

 

5.0 = 7th Round to Priority Free Agent Value  (26)

46. ALEX WESLEY–NORTHERN COLORADO
47. JOHNNIE DIXON–OHIO STATE
48. JOHN URSUA–HAWAII
49. RYAN DAVIS–AUBURN
50. TYRON JOHNSON–OKLAHOMA STATE
51. DEANDRE THOMPKINS–PENN STATE
52. TONY POLLARD–MEMPHIS
53. JAYLEN SMITH–LOUISVILLE
54. EMMANUEL BUTLER–NORTHERN ARIZONA
55. JORDAN BROWN–TULSA
56. JON DUHART–OLD DOMINION
57. SHAWN POINDEXTER–ARIZONA
58. TERRY WRIGHT–PURDUE
59. XAVIER UBOSI–ALABAMA BIRMINGHAM
60. DAMION WILLIS–TROY
61. OLABISI JOHNSON–COLORADO STATE
62. TERREN ENCALADE–TULANE
63. RON’QUAVION TARVER–UTAH STATE
64. BRODY OLIVER–COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES
65. TEDDY VEAL–LOUISIANA TECH
66. TREVON BROWN–EAST CAROLINA
67. VENTELL BRYANT–TEMPLE
68. JUWANN WINFREE–COLORADO
69. DREDRICK SNELSON–CENTRAL FLORIDA
70. JESPER HORSTED–PRINCETON
71. JOVON DURANTE–FLORIDA ATLANTIC

 

Running Backs (not FB's)

5.5 = 4th Round Value

 

11. TRAYVEON WILLIAMS–TEXAS A&M
12. MYLES GASKIN–WASHINGTON
13. JUSTICE HILL–OKLAHOMA STATE
14. ELIJAH HOLYFIELD–GEORGIA

 

5.4 – 5.0 = Potential back up Contributor/Roster Player  (16)
5.4 = 5th to 6th Round Value

15. DEXTER WILLIAMS–NOTRE DAME
16. TONY POLLARD–MEMPHIS
17. DEVINE OZIGBO–NEBRASKA
18. TY JOHNSON–MARYLAND
19. JORDAN SCARLETT–FLORIDA
20. KARAN HIGDON–MICHIGAN
21. JALIN MOORE–APPALACHIAN STATE
22. TRAVIS HOMER–MIAMI

 

5.0 = 7th Round to Priority Free Agent Value

23. LJ SCOTT–MICHIGAN STATE
24. RYQUELL ARMSTEAD–TEMPLE
25. JAMES WILLIAMS–WASHINGTON STATE
26. NICK BROSETTE–LSU
27. WES HILLS–SLIPPERY ROCK
28. BRUCE ANDERSON–NORTH DAKOTA ST.
29. QADREE OLLISON–PITT
30. DARRIN HALL–PITT

 

Offense Center-

5.5 = 4th Round Value  (2)

 

5. LAMONT GAILLARD–GEORGIA

 

5.4 – 5.0 = Potential back up Contributor/Roster Player  (7)
5.4 = 5th to 6th Round Value  (3)

7. ALEC EBERLE–FLORIDA STATE
8. JESSE BURKETT–STANFORD
9. NICK LINDER–INDIANA

 

5.0 = 7th Round to Priority Free Agent Value  (4)

10. JUSTIN FALCINELLI–CLEMSON
11. SAM MUSTIPHER–NOTRE DAME
12. JON BAKER–BOSTON COLLEGE
13. SEAN RAWILING–OLE MISS

 

Offense Guard-

5.5 = 4th Round Value  (4)


9. ROSS PIERSCHBACHER–ALABAMA-C
10. NATE HERBIG–STANFORD
11. JAVON PATTERSON–OLE MISS

 

5.4 – 5.0 = Potential back up Contributor/Roster Player  (18)
5.4 = 5th to 6th Round Value (6)

12. B.J. AUTRY–JACKSONVILLE STATE
13. HJALTE FROHOLDT–ARKANSAS
14. PHILLIP HAYNES–WAKE FOREST
15. LANARD BONNER–ARKANSAS STATE
16. KEATON SUTHERLAND–TEXAS A&M
17. VENZELL BOULWARE–MIAMI FL

 

5.0 = 7th Round to Priority Free Agent Value (12)

18. BUNCHY STALLINGS–KENTUCKY
19. TYLER JONES–NORTH CAROLINA STATE
20. ZACK BAILEY–SOUTH CAROLINA
21. DEION CALHOUN–MISSISSIPPI STATE
22. GARRETT BRUMFIELD–LSU
23. TERRONNE PRESCOD–NORTH CAROLINA STATE
24. ALEX BARS–NOTRE DAME
25. DAMIAN PRINCE–MARYLAND
26. LESTER COTTON–ALABAMA
27. BRANDON KNIGHT–INDIANA
28. IOSUA OPETA–WEBER STATE
29. FRED JOHNSON–FLORIDA

 

Offense Tackle-

5.5 = 4th Round Value

 

15. DENNIS DALEY–SOUTH CAROLINA
17. MARTEZ IVEY–FLORIDA

 

5.4 – 5.0 = Potential back up Contributor/Roster Player (19)
5.4 = 5th to 6th Round Value

18. PAUL ADAMS–MISSOURI
19. CHUKWUMA EDOGA–USC
20. OLI UDOH–ELON
21. ANDRE JAMES–UCLA
22. RYAN BATES–PENN STATE
23. CHIDI OKEKE–TENNESSEE STATE
24. YOSUAH NIJMAN–VIRGINIA TECH
25. JACKSON BARTON–UTAH

 

5.0 = 7th Round to Priority Free Agent Value
27. WILLIAM SWEET–NORTH CAROLINA
28. TYREE ST. LOUIS–MIAMI FL
29. BRANDON KNIGHT–INDIANA
30. CALVIN ANDERSON–TEXAS
31. RYAN POPE–SAN DIEGO STATE
32. CASEY TUCKER–ARIZONA STATE
33. JUSTIN SKULE–VANDERBILT
34. TYLER ROEMER–SAN DIEGO STATE
35. BRIAN WALLACE–ARKANSAS
36. ETHAN GREENIDGE–VILLANOVA

 

 

 

Round 4 - 7 Defense prospects by position and grade (Chris Landry):

 

Defense Tackle-

 

5.5 = 4th Round Value

15. KINGSLEY KEKE–TEXAS A&M
19. JOHN COMINSKY–CHARLESTON
20. DONTAVIOUS RUSSELL–AUBURN

 

5.4 – 5.0 = Potential back up Contributor/Roster Player  (16)
5.4 = 5th to 6th Round Value

21. GREG GAINES–WASHINGTON
22. DANIEL WISE–KANSAS
23. MICHAEL DOGBE–TEMPLE
24. ARMON WATTS–ARKANSAS
25. BYRON COWART–MARYLAND
26. JONATHAN LEDBETTER–GEORGIA

 

5.0 = 7th Round to Priority Free Agent Value

27. KEVIN GIVENS–PENN STATE
28. CHRIS SLAYTON–SYRACUSE
29. EDWIN ALEXANDER–LSU
30. ALBERT HUGGINS–CLEMSON
31. CHRIS NELSON–TEXAS
32. ANTHONY RUSH–ALABAMA BIRMINGHAM
33. AMANI BLEDSOE–OKLAHOMA
34. KEVIN WILKINS–RUTGERS
35. RICKY WALKER–VIRGINIA TECH
36. NEVILLE GALLIMORE–OKLAHOMA

 

Defense End / Edge

5.5 = 4th Round Value

19. BEN BANOGU–TCU
21. JORDAN BRAILFORD–OKLAHOMA STATE
23. WYATT RAY–BOSTON COLLEGE

 

5.4 – 5.0 = Potential back up Contributor/Roster Player  (16)
5.4 = 5th to 6th Round Value

24. PORTER GUSTIN–USC
25. MALIK CARNEY–NORTH CAROLINA
26. KYLE PHILLIPS–TENNESSEE
27. GERRI GREEN–MISSISSIPPI STATE
28. CECE JEFFERSON–FLORIDA
29. JAMELL GARCIA WILLIAMS–ALABAMA BIRMINGHAM

 

5.0 = 7th Round to Priority Free Agent Value

30. LANDIS DURHAM–TEXAS A&M
31. ANDRE SAINT ARMOUR–GEORGIA TECH
32. RANDY RAMSEY–ARKANSAS
33. DARRYL JOHNSON–NORTH CAROLINA A&T
34. JAMAL DAVIS–AKRON
35. MATHIEU BETTS–LAVAL-CANADA
36. JERARD CARTER–HOUSTON
37. DERICK ROBERSON–SAM HOUSTON STATE
38. JESSE ANIBONAM–MARYLAND
39. MARKUS JONES–ANGELO STATE

 

Safety-

5.5 = 4th Round Value
14. EVAN WORTHINGTON–COLORADO
15. SHELDRICK REDWINE–MIAMI
16. MARQUISE BLAIR–UTAH
17. UGOCHUKWU AMADI–OREGON
18. DONOVAN WILSON–TEXAS A&M
19. ZEDRICK WOODS–OLE MISS
20. JOJO MCINTOSH–WASHINGTON

 

5.4 – 5.0 = Potential back up Contributor/Roster Player  (21)
5.4 = 5th to 6th Round Value

21. ANDREW WINGARD–WYOMING
22. DELVON RANDALL–TEMPLE
23. MALIK GANT–MARSHALL
24. DARIUS WEST–KENTUCKY
25. SAQUON HAMPTON–RUTGERS
26. JOHN BATTLE–LSU
27. KHARI WILLIS–MICHIGAN STATE
28. D’COTA DIXON–WISCONSIN
29. TYREE KINNEL–MICHIGAN
30. MARK MCLAURIN–MISSISSIPPI STATE
31. JONATHAN CRAWFORD–INDIANA

 

5.0 = 7th Round to Priority Free Agent Value

32. CHRIS JOHNSON–NORTH ALABAMA
33. TIM HARRIS–VIRGINIA
34. BRANDON SNYDER–SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
35. KIY HESTER–RUTGERS
36. JACOB THIENEMAN–PURDUE
37. NICOLAS SCOTT–PENN STATE
38. DRAVON ASKEW HENRY–WEST VIRGINIA
39. MARCUS EPPS–WYOMING
40. ADARIUS PICKETT–UCLA
41. ROB ROLLE–VILLANOVA

 

Cornerback-

5.5 = 4th Round Value
19. ISIAH JOHNSON–HOUSTON
20. IMAN MARSHALL–USC
23. COREY BALLENTINE–WASHBURN

 

5.4 – 5.0 = Potential back up Contributor/Roster Player  (21)
5.4 = 5th to 6th Round Value

24. MARK FIELDS–CLEMSON
25. JORDAN BROWN–SOUTH DAKOTA STATE
26. JIMMY MORELAND–JAMES MADISON
27. BLACE BROWN–TROY
28. DERRICK BAITY JR–KENTUCKY
29. JORDAN MILLER–WASHINGTON
30. DERRICK THOMAS–BAYLOR
31. KEISEAN NIXON–SOUTH CAROLINA

 

5.0 = 7th Round to Priority Free Agent Value

32. XAVIER CRAWFORD–CENTRAL MICHIGAN
33. DAVANTE DAVIS–TEXAS
34. KEN WEBSTER–OLE MISS
35. KA’DAR HOLLMAN–TOLEDO
36. CHRIS WESTRY–KENTUCKY
37. ANTHOULA KELLY–FRESNO STATE
38. NATHAN MEADORS–UCLA
39. ISAIAH LANGLEY–USC
40. DYLAN MABIN–FORDHAM
41. BLESSUAN AUSTIN–RUTGERS
42. ALIJAH HOLDER–STANFORD
43. RASHAD FENTON–SOUTH CAROLINA
44. YAQUIS SHELLY–KANSAS STATE

 

Linebacker-

5.5 = 4th Round Value

15. JAHLANI TAVAI–HAWAII
17. T.J. EDWARDS–WISCONSIN
19. TERRIL HANKS–NEW MEXICO STATE–OLB
20. BEN BURR-KIRVEN–WASHINGTON–ILB

 

5.4 – 5.0 = Potential back up Contributor/Roster Player  (18)
5.4 = 5th to 6th Round Value

21. DESHAUN DAVIS–AUBURN–ILB
22. SUTTON SMITH–NORTHERN ILLINOIS–OLB
23. CHASE HANSEN–UTAH–OLB
24. DRE GREENLAW–ARKANSAS–OLB
25. DAVID LONG JR–WEST VIRGINIA–ILB
27. RYAN CONNELLY–WISCONSIN–ILB
28. COLE HOLCOMB–NORTH CAOLINA
29. CAMERON SMITH–USC

 

5.0 = 7th Round to Priority Free Agent Value

30. KHALIL HODGE–BUFFALO
31. CODY BARTON–UTAH
32. OTARO ALAKA–TEXAS A&M
33. KENDALL JOSEPH–CLEMSON
34. BRYSON ALLEN-WILLIAMS–SOUTH CAROLINA
35. DRE GREENLAW–ARKANSAS
36. ANDREW VAN GINKEL–WISCONSIN
37. TY SUMMERS–TCU
38. EMEKE EGBULE–HOUSTON

 

 

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5 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

Changing to @Four2itus and The Rams since he is back.

Actually, per his post last night, he wont be back until 2pm EST today. So I'll make the pick for him

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Since my pick Banogu was taken I'm gonna leave the last Colts pick to all of y'all. Please take a forum wide vote and decide as a group and make the decision. I'll most likely be at work by the time it's my pick and I completely trust y'all. 

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7 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

Since my pick Banogu was taken I'm gonna leave the last Colts pick to all of y'all. Please take a forum wide vote and decide as a group and make the decision. I'll most likely be at work by the time it's my pick and I completely trust y'all. 

Sorry, didn't realize he was on your list. My bad

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30 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

Since my pick Banogu was taken I'm gonna leave the last Colts pick to all of y'all. Please take a forum wide vote and decide as a group and make the decision. I'll most likely be at work by the time it's my pick and I completely trust y'all. 

I like porter gustin or lil Jordan Hunphreys (great redzone target)

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27 minutes ago, twfish said:

I like porter gustin or lil Jordan Hunphreys (great redzone target)

I don't know about either of those picks.  Gustin is a 3-4 OLB and the Colts have already taken two WRs and a TE.

 

I'd give them Terril Hanks OLB New Mexico.  Seems like a Ballard guy, and I didn't think he'd last this long.

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With the 134th pick, The New England Patriots select:

 

Christian Miller, OLB/DE, Alabama

 

The Patriots have had quite the haul, IMO:

 

Jachai Polite, OLB/DE

Renell Wren, DT

Deebo Samuel, WR

Josh Oliver, TE

Andy Isabella, WR

Daylon Mack, NT

Christian Miller, OLB/DE

 

@danlhart87 and The Indianapolis Colts are on the clock

 

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Just now, chad72 said:

With the 134th pick, The New England Patriots select:

 

Christian Miller, OLB/DE, Alabama

 

The Patriots have had quite the haul, IMO:

 

Jachai Polite, OLB/DE

Renell Wren, DT

Deebo Samuel, WR

Josh Oliver, TE

Andy Isabella, WR

Daylon Mack, NT

Christian Miller, OLB/DE

 

@danlhart87 and The Indianapolis Colts are on the clock

 

@danlhart87 said to make it a consensus pick, any suggestions?

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2 minutes ago, csmopar said:

@danlhart87 said to make it a consensus pick, any suggestions?

 

I'd lean towards Iman Marshall of USC since he can play CB and safety, and the Colts have brought him in for a visit as well.

 

He handles TEs and RBs well underneath, this is his profile on nfl.com :

 

https://www.nfl.com/prospects/iman-marshall?id=32194c45-5781-4565-4c54-05a05adf2682

 

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42 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

I'd lean towards Iman Marshall of USC since he can play CB and safety, and the Colts have brought him in for a visit as well.

 

He handles TEs and RBs well underneath, this is his profile on nfl.com :

 

https://www.nfl.com/prospects/iman-marshall?id=32194c45-5781-4565-4c54-05a05adf2682

 

Sounds good.

45 minutes ago, chad72 said:

With the 134th pick, The New England Patriots select:

 

Christian Miller, OLB/DE, Alabama

 

The Patriots have had quite the haul, IMO:

 

Jachai Polite, OLB/DE

Renell Wren, DT

Deebo Samuel, WR

Josh Oliver, TE

Andy Isabella, WR

Daylon Mack, NT

Christian Miller, OLB/DE

 

@danlhart87 and The Indianapolis Colts are on the clock

 

That is a haul

 Typical Patriots.

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1 hour ago, chad72 said:

With the 134th pick, The New England Patriots select:

 

Christian Miller, OLB/DE, Alabama

 

The Patriots have had quite the haul, IMO:

 

Jachai Polite, OLB/DE

Renell Wren, DT

Deebo Samuel, WR

Josh Oliver, TE

Andy Isabella, WR

Daylon Mack, NT

Christian Miller, OLB/DE

 

@danlhart87 and The Indianapolis Colts are on the clock

 

Deebo and Isabella...nice!

 

Now Brady can play until he’s 55!! :lecture:

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5 minutes ago, pacolts56 said:

Deebo and Isabella...nice!

 

Now Brady can play until he’s 55!! :lecture:

 

Last Gavin mock draft, GMs were a little more in tune and aware of who was BPA and who they needed to draft, but this time, they made it too easy for this Patriots GM. :) 

 

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The Eagles wrap up Round 4 by selecting WR lil Jordan Humphrey.

 

Philly’s recap....

 

Andre Dillard OT

Miles Sanders RB

Mike Bell FS

Joe Giles-Harris ILB

lil Jordan Humphrey WR

 

Thanks to @csmopar @NFLfan and  @chad72 for runnin’ the show!

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Round 1, 2 and 3 results can be found here

 

 

 

Round 4 FINAL

 

103-4-1.      Arizona (3-13) .527 - @That Guy - Trey Pipkins, OT, Sioux Falls

104-4-2.      San Francisco (4-12) .504 - @csmopar - Mike Edwards, S, Kentucky

105-4-3.      New York Jets (4-12) .506 - @CR91- Bryce Love, RB, Stanford

106-4-4.      Oakland (4-12) .547 - @Jared Cisneros - Kahale Warring, TE, San Jose State

107-4-5.      Tampa Bay (5-11) .523 - @John Hammonds - Jaquan Johnson, S, Miami

108-4-6.      Cleveland - from New York Giants (5-11) .527 - @stitches - Jamel Dean, CB, Auburn

109-4-7.      Eagles from Jacksonville (5-11) .549 - @pacolts56- Mike Bell, FS, Fresno State

110-4-8.      Cincinnati (6-10) .535 - @MPStack - Justin Hollins, LB, Oregon

111-4-9.      Detroit (6-10) .504 - @PureLuck- Anthony Nelson, DL, Iowa

112-4-10.  Buffalo (6-10) .523 - @twfish- Jamal Peters, CB, Mississippi State

113-4-11.  Baltimore - from Denver (6-10) .523 - @pacolts56- Keelan Doss, WR, UC Davis

114-4-12.  Green Bay (6-9-1) .488 - @chad72 - Emmanuel Hall, WR, Missouri

115-4-13.  Carolina (7-9) .508 - @Matthew Gilbert - Maxx Crosby, DE, EMU

116-4-14.  Miami (7-9) .469 - @John Hammonds - Isaiah Prince, OG, Ohio State

117-4-15.  Atlanta (7-9) .482 - @RNGDShobby - Gerald Willis, DT, Miami

118-4-16.  Green Bay - from Washington (7-9) .486 - @chad72 - Te'Von Coney, ILB, Notre Dame

119-4-17.  Cleveland (7-8-1) .516 - @stitches - Bobby Okereke, LB Stanford 

120-4-18.  Detroit Lions from Minnesota (8-7-1) .504 - @PureLuck - Blake Cashman, LB, Minnesota

121-4-19.  Tennessee (9-7) .520 - @Clem-Dog - David Sills, WR, West Virginia

122-4-20.  Pittsburgh (9-6-1) .504 - @danlhart87 - Foster Moreau, TE, LSU

123-4-21.  New England from Baltimore* (10-6) .496 - @chad72 - Daylon Mack, NT, Texas A & M

124-4-22.  Seattle* (10-6) .484 - @Four2itus - Jalen Jelks, EDGE, Oregon

125-4-23.  Indianapolis from Denver - from Houston* (11-5) .471 - @danlhart87 - Nate Davis, OG, North Carolina Charlotte

126-4-24.  Chicago* (12-4) .430 - @csmopar - Montrage Hartage, CB, Northwestern

127-4-25.  Philadelphia* (9-7) .518 - @pacolts56 - Joe Giles Harris, LB, Duke

128-4-26.  Dallas* (10-6) .488 - @csmopar - Michael Jackson, CB, Miami

129-4-27.  Indianapolis* (10-6) .465 - @danlhart87 - Terry Godwin, WR, Georgia

130-4-28.  Los Angeles Chargers* (12-4) .477 - @Buck Showalter - Josiah Coatney, DT, Ole Miss

131-4-29.  Buffalo - from Kansas City* (12-4) .480 - @twfish - Mitch Hyatt, OT, Clemson

132-4-30.  New York Giants - from New Orleans* (13-3) .482 - @Matthew Gilbert - Kaden Smith, TE, Stanford

133-4-31.  Los Angeles Rams* (13-3) .480 - @Four2itus - Ben Banogu, DE, TCU

134-4-32.  New England* (11-5) .482 - @chad72 - Christian Miller, OLB/DE, Alabama

135-4-33.  Indianapolis (compensatory) - @danlhart87 - Iman Marshall, CB/S, USC

136-4-34.  Dallas (compensatory) - @csmopar - Justice Hill, RB, Oklahoma State

137-4-35.  Atlanta (compensatory) - @RNGDShobby - Ben Burr-Kirven, LB, Washington

138-4-36.  Philadelphia (compensatory) - @pacolts56 - Lil Jordan Humphrey, WR, Texas

 


 

Denver -> Baltimore: Joe Flacco

Houston -> Denver: Demaryius Thomas

Kansas City -> Buffalo: Reggie Ragland

New Orleans -> NY Giants: Eli Apple

New York Giants -> Cleveland: Olivier Vernon

Washington -> Green Bay: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix


 

TRADES SO FAR:

 

·  The Packers give up pick No.12 and pick No.75 (3rd rounder) to move up to No.8 with the Detroit Lions. 

·   Vikings receive #25 and #57. Eagles move up to #18.

·    Indianapolis #26 for San Fran's #36 and #67

·    Indianapolis #36 for Denver's #41 and #125

·    NYG #37 for Carolina Panthers' #47 and #100

·    Lions #43 and #88 for Vikings' #50, #81 and #120

•   Dallas get pick 45; Falcons get pick 58 and pick 90.

•   Eagles get picks 69 and 109; Jaguars get pick 53

•   Ravens get picks 97 and 101; Patriots get picks 85 and 123

 

 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, pacolts56 said:

The Eagles wrap up Round 4 by selecting WR lil Jordan Humphrey.

 

Philly’s recap....

 

Andre Dillard OT

Miles Sanders RB

Mike Bell FS

Joe Giles-Harris ILB

lil Jordan Humphrey WR

 

Thanks to @csmopar @NFLfan and  @chad72 for runnin’ the show!

You're welcome!  Now its time for my forum vacation for 9 days

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Just now, csmopar said:

You're welcome!  Now its time for my forum vacation for 9 days

Same here.... working on my Dr. T entry then I’m done until Draft Day Eve! :thmup:

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1 minute ago, csmopar said:

You're welcome!  Now its time for my forum vacation for 9 days

Come back in 8! The draft starts on the 25th! :D

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Arizona Cardinals getting:

 

1(1) Kyler Murray - QB Oklahoma

2(33) DK Metcalf - WR Ole Miss

3(65) Trysten Hill - DT UCF

4(103) Trey Pipkins - LT Sioux Falls

 

Then probably continuing with:

5(139) Derwin Gray - RT Maryland

6(174) Dontavious Russel - NT Auburn

6(179) Cameron Smith - ILB USC

7(248) Malik Carney - OLB North Carolina

7(249) Saquon Hampton - FS Rutgers

7(254) John Ursua - WR Hawaii

 

To get a depth chart of:

 

QB: Kyler Murray / Josh Rosen (probably traded away)

RB: David Johnson / Chase Edmonds / TJ Logan

WR1: Larry Fitzgerald

WR2: DK Metcalf

WRS1: Christian Kirk

WRS2: John Ursua

TE: Ricky Seals-Jones / Charles Clay

LT: DJ Humphries / Trey Pipkins

LG: Max Garcia / Jeremy Vujnovich

C: Max Cole / AQ Shipley

RG: Justin Pugh / JR Sweezy

RT: Marcus Gilbert / Derwin Gray

 

DE: Robert Nkemdiche / Corey Peters / Rodney Gunter

NT: Dontavious Russel / Vincent Valentine

DE: Darius Philon / Trysten Hill

OLB: Chandler Jones / Brooks Reed

ILB: Haason Reddick / Jordan Hicks

ILB: Cameron Smith / Tanner Vallejo

OLB: Terrell Suggs / Malik Carney

CB1: Patrick Peterson / Tramaine Brock

CB2: David Amerson / Josh Shaw

CBS: Robert Alford

FS: DJ Swearinger / Saquon Hampton

SS: Budda Baker / Jonathan Owens

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Charles Omenihu 

Darnell Savage 

Jace Sternberger 

Lonnie Johnson Jr 

DaMarkus Lodge 

Nate Davis

Terry Godwin 

Iman Marshall 

 

Colts draft

Thoughts?

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On 4/17/2019 at 10:05 PM, danlhart87 said:

Charles Omenihu 

Darnell Savage 

Jace Sternberger 

Lonnie Johnson Jr 

DaMarkus Lodge 

Nate Davis

Terry Godwin 

Iman Marshall 

 

Colts draft

Thoughts?

 

Overall, I like it. May not be the flashiest names but every one of them, with the good coaching we have, should make us a better team.

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Sorry guys got called for a wildfire in middle of no where alaska, and didn't have any service for a couple days

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