2015 NFL Draft Results: Round 4

   Pick (Rnd)

1 (4)


Angelo Blackson, DT, Auburn

Tremendously versatile, Blackburn has some work to pressure QBs this season, but could be an adequate NT down the line.

2 (4)

New England

Trey Flowers, DE, Arkansas

Another great pick by the Patriots. He plays at 110% all the time and can use his first step to help New England's front seven right away.

3 (4)


Daryl Williams, T, Oklahoma

Tends to overpower pass rushers with his size and power, but needs to get better at blocking quick ends.

4 (4)

New York Jets

Bryce Petty, QB, Baylor

An immediate challenge to Geno Smith and Ryan Fitzpatrick at signal caller, Petty will likely see the field in 2015 with the Jets' tumultous-at-best QB situation.

5 (4)


James Sample, S, Louisville

Needs to work on man coverage, but great at open field tackling.

6 (4)


Jamison Crowder, WR, Duke

Small and quick, Crowder can be a great addition in the slot as well as a likely special teams contributor.

7 (4)


Jeremy Langford, RB, Michigan St

Very quick and shifty back, good antithesis to Matt Forte in the backfield.

8 (4)


Justin Hardy, WR, East Carolina

Hardy's superior separation makes him a great talent who will grow to a top wideout in years to come.

9 (4)


Jalston Fowler, RB, Alabama

Fullbacks! Captain of the Crimson Tide, can help protect Mariota and shore up the run game.

10 (4)


Clayton Gathers, S, UCF

Won't show up a lot in the stats column, but he can be a big run stopper for a bad Colts' secondary.

11 (4)


T.J. Clemmings, T, Pittsburgh

Fell past the 1st round due to inexperience and injury concerns. A converted DE, he's a bit raw at tackle, but has promise in a few years.

12 (4)

New England

Tre Jackson, G, Florida St

Not fast enough, but has great blocking skills that should help a weak Pats offensive line.

13 (4)


Arie Kouandjio, G, Alabama

His brother got drafted by Buffalo in the 2nd round last year and failed to start a game. Has technique work left to do but the size is there.

14 (4)


Gabe Wright, DT, Auburn

Not quite big enough, but can tear through offensive lines with his hands. Should develop well.

15 (4)


Jamil Douglas, G, Arizona St

Versatile guy who can play anywhere on the line. Should be great for zone-running schemes.

16 (4)


Ibraheim Campbell, S, Northwestern

Team captain and great leader who can effectively cover the deep end of the field.

17 (4)


Rodney Gunter, DT, Delaware St

Has heavy hands and good point-of-attack skills. Has the speed to be productive in the pass-rush, but needs to improve his technique in this area.

18 (4)

San Francisco

Blake Bell, TE, Oklahoma

Great power and perfect guy for a goal line package. Very intelligent player.

19 (4)

Kansas City

Ramik Wilson, OLB, Georgia

Good in pass coverage and great open field tackler.

20 (4)

St. Louis

Andrew Donnai, T, Iowa

Give him a year to get bigger and accustomed to the NFL. Rams need to keep building in the trenches, and he's a long-term value pick.

21 (4)


Josh Shaw, S, USC

Suspended 10 games for a made-up story about injuring himself saving a young girl. He's an adequate talent, but the character concerns are likely why he's a 4th round pick. Didn't play much in 2014 as a result, but should be a solid nickel back in the pros.

22 (4)


Doran Grant, CB, Ohio St

Great spead to stick with receivers, should help a depleted Steelers secondary.

23 (4)


Za'Darius Smith, DE, Kentucky

Widely helped by playing across from Bud Dupree, needs to work on swim moves and first step. Still very raw.

24 (4)


Vince Mayle, WR, Washington St

At 6'2'', 224 pounds, he has the size to win in contested situation. Stuggles to break out on underneath routes and is projected to be a number-4 or 5 wide receiver.

25 (4)

Tampa Bay

Kwon Alexander, OLB, LSU

Has excellent speed and can cover sideline-to-sideline. This obscures his less-than-ideal power, size and average instincts.

26 (4)


Buck Allen, RB, USC

Has good vision, patience, burst-of-speed, and hands. Excels at downhill-running. Can develop to be a three-down back.

27 (4)

San Francisco

Mike Davis, RB, South Carolina

5'9'', 217 pounds, with a low center of gravity. Has good vision and power as an inside-runner. Also has good hands to contribute in the short-passing game.

28 (4)


Damien Wilson, ILB, Minnesota

A very instinctive run-defender against both man and zone looks. Does a good job slipping off blocks in the open-field, but struggles to get off block when teams run at him. He also needs to improve tackling with consistency.

29 (4)


Jon Feliciano, OG, Miami (FL)

A projected guard, he shows good tenacity, foot-work, and great awareness. Needs to improve his run-blocking.

30 (4)

Green Bay

Jake Ryan, OLB, Michigan

Two-time captain of the Wolverines. Does a good job of limiting yards after contact, being instinctive, having good awareness, and pash-rushing (although his numbers don't suggest it). He needs to improve on changing directions in open space.

31 (4)


Terry Poole, OT, San Diego St.

Blocks to the end of every play. Has experience at left and right tackle, but has short arms and struggles with edge-rushers with speed. This may mean he will move inside to guard at the NFL-level.

32 (4)

New England

Shaq Mason, C, Georgia Tech

An established run-blocker. Needs to improve in pass protection as he does not have ideal height and length.

33 (4)

San Francisco

Deandre Smelter, WR, Georgia Tech

Is coming off a torn ACL in 2014. Will need some time to adapt to the triple-option system, but shows considerable upside due to his size, athleticism, and ability to create after the catch.

34 (4)


Max Garcia, C, Florida

Florida's team captain in 2014. Has considerable athletic limitations, but makes up for it with effective strength and technique.

35 (4)


Mark Glowinkowski, OG, West Virginia

Needs to improve his run-blocking and movement in pass protection/open space, but has all the intangibles.

36 (4)


Marcus Hardison, DT, Arizona St

Versatile and athletic enough to line up in a 3-4 or 4-3 set, but inconsistent with effort and technique.

37 (4)


Tray Walker, CB, Texas Southern

Has great length with good range. Excels at press coverage, but needs to improve his technique. He has a high ceiling with time to develop.

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