2015 NFL Draft Tracker

Round 4:               1. Tennessee Titans: Angelo Blackson, Defensive Tackle, Auburn               2. New England Patriots (F/Tampa Bay): Trey Flowers, Defensive End, Arkansas               3. Carolina Panthers (F/Oakland): Daryl Williams, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma               4. New York Jets (F/Jacksonville): Bryce Petty, Quarterback, Baylor               5. Jacksonville Jaguars (F/New York Jets): James Sample, Safety, Louisville               6. Washington Redskins: Jamison Crowder, Wide Receiver, Duke               7. Chicago Bears: Jeremy Langford, Running Back, Michigan State               8. Atlanta Falcons: Justin Hardy, Wide Receiver, East Carolina               9. Tennessee Titans (F/New York Giants): Jalston Fowler, Fullback, Alabama               10. Indianapolis Colts (F/Tampa Bay Buccaneers via St. Louis): Clayton Geathers, Free Safety, Central Florida               11. Minnesota Vikings: T.J Clemmings, Offensive Tackle, Pitt               12. New England Patriots (F/Cleveland): Tre Jackson, Right Guard, Florida State               13. Washington Redskins (F/Seattle Seahawks via New Orleans): Arie Kouandjio, Right Guard, Alabama               14. Detroit Lions (F/Philadelphia via San Francisco via Buffalo): Gabe Wright, Defensive Tackle, Auburn               15. Miami Dolphins: Jamil Douglas, Offensive Guard, Arizona State               16: Cleveland Browns (F/Buffalo): Ibraheim Campbell, Safety, Northwestern               17. Arizona Cardinals: (F/Cleveland Browns via Houston): Rodney Gunter, Defensive End, Deleware               18. San Francisco 49ers (F/San Diego): Blake Bell, Tight End, Oklahoma               19. Kansas City Chiefs: Ramik Wilson, Inside Linebacker, Georgia               20. St. Louis Rams (F/Philadelphia): Andrew Donnal, Right Guard, Iowa               21. Cincinnati Bengals: Josh Shaw, Cornerback, USC               22. Pittsburgh Steelers: Doran Grant, Cornerback, Ohio State               23. Baltimore Ravens (F/Detroit): Ze'Darius Smith, Rush Linebacker/Defensive End, Kentucky               24. Cleveland Browns (F/Arizona): Vince Mayle, Wide Receiver, Washington State               25. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (F/Oakland via Carolina): Kwon Alexander, Outside Linebacker, LSU               26. Baltimore Ravens: Javarious Allen, Running Back, USC               27. San Francisco 49ers (F/Denver): Mike Davis, Running Back, South Carolina               28. Dallas Cowboys: Damien Wilson, Inside Linebacker, Minnesota               29: Oakland Raiders (F/Tampa Bay via Indianapolis): Jon Feliciano, Offensive Guard, Miami (fla)               30. Green Bay Packers: Jake Ryan, Inside Linebacker, Michigan               31. Seattle Seahawks: Terry Poole, Offensive Tackle, San Diego St.               32 New England Patriots: Shaq Mason, Guard/Center, Georgia Tech               33. San Francisco 49ers:DeAndre Smelter, Wide Receiver, Georgia Tech               34. Denver Broncos: Max Garcia, Center, Florida               Seattle Seahawks: Mark Glowinski, Guard, W. Virginia               35. Cincinnati Bengals: MarusHardison, Defensive Tackle, Arizona State               36.Baltimore Ravens: Tre Walker, Cornerback, Texas Southern 









2015 NFL Draft Tracker



By Joseph Potter

Date: April 30, 2015





    1. (100) Tennessee Titans: Angelo Blackson, Defensive Tackle, Auburn

      This was a good pick at a position of need and decent value for Blackson, a little early but since Blackson could potentially start a good pick.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Marcus Mariota, Quarterback
                              Round 2: Dorial Green Beckham, Wide Receiver
                              Round 3: Jeremiah Poutasi, Offensive Tackle



    2. (101) New England Patriots (F/Tampa Bay): Trey Flowers, Defensive End, Arkansas

      It's odd for Bellicheck to reach like this, even at a position of need. This pick is a bit of a head scratcher since Flowers may have been there later.

      Grade: C

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Malcom Brown, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Jordan Richards, Strong Safety
                              Round 3: Geneo Grissom, Defensive End



    3. (102) Carolina Panthers (F/Oakland): Daryl Williams, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma:

      This is a solid pick at a position of need for the Panthers. Williams is a huge man and a good blocker.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Shaq Thompson, Safety/Linebacker
                              Round 2: Devin Funchess, Wide Receiver,



    4. (103) New York Jets (F/Jacksonville): Bryce Petty, Quarterback, Baylor

      This is a good pick for the Jets in terms of value as it's the right spot for Petty. Unfortunately there were better prospects available. In the end Petty will compete for the backup job behind Geno Smith and train as his successor. Not a great pick but not a bad one either.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Leonard Williams, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Devin Smith, Wide Receiver
                              Round 3: Lorenzo Mauldin, Rush Linebacker



    5. (104) Jacksonville Jaguars (F/New York Jets): James Sample, Safety, Louisville

      I like this pick. Sample was very good and was a great compliment to Gerod Holliman in Louisville. Sample is a good tackler, has better than average ball skills, and good size. He could start as a rookie.

      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Dante Fowler Jr. Defensive End
                              Round 2: T.J Yeldon, Running Back
                              Round 3: A.J Cann, Guard



    6. (105) Washington Redskins: Jamison Crowder, Wide Receiver, Duke

      Washington makes a solid pick in Crowder who at one point was regarded as a third round prospect by many. Crowder is a small guy -5'8, 185- and runs slow but finds ways to get open and could be a strong slot receiver in a year or two.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Brandon Scherff, Offensive Tackle/Guard
                              Round 2: Preston Smith, Defensive End
                              Round 3: Matt Jones, Running Back, Florida



    7. (106) Chicago Bears: Jeremy Langford, Running Back, Michigan State

      So far in this draft the Bears have gone heavy offensively taking Kevin White at receiver in round 1, then center Hronis Grasu in Round 3 before coming back in round 4 and taking Jeremy Langford to help out Matt Forte. Langford was ranked 76th in my player rankings so this is great value here.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Kevin White, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: Eddie Goldman, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 3: Hronis Grasu, Center



    8. (107) Atlanta Falcons: Justin Hardy, Wide Receiver, East Carolina

      An excellent pick in Round 4 as Hardy was looked at as a second round pick only months ago. Hardy has good hands and should play in the slot early in the season.

      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Vic Beasley, Defensive End
                              Round 2: Jalen Collins, Cornerback
                              Round 3: Tevin Coleman, Running Back



    9. (108) Tennessee Titans (F/New York Giants): Jalston Fowler, Fullback, Alabama

      A Fullback in Round 4? This is way too high for a fullback from any school.

      Grade: D

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Marcus Mariota, Quarterback
                              Round 2: Dorial Green-Beckham, Missouri
                              Round 3: Jeremiah Poutasi, Tackle



    10. (109) Indianapolis Colts (F/Tampa Bay Buccaneers via St. Louis): Clayton Geathers, Free Safety, Central Florida

      The Colts get more help for an ailing defensive backfield in the big Safety Geathers. Strong selection in Round 4.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Phillip Dorsett, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: D'Joun Smith, Cornerback
                              Round 3: Henry Anderson, Defensive End



    11. (110) Minnesota Vikings: T.J Clemmings, Offensive Tackle, Pitt

      Like many offensive tackles this year T.J Clemmings has difficulty with body control in space, but the athletic ability to get to the second level and the potential to dominate the three foot line.

      Grade: A

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Trae Waynes, Cornerback
                              Round 2: Eric Kendricks, Middle Linebacker
                              Round 3: Danielle Hunter, Defensive End



    12. (111) New England Patriots (F/Cleveland): Tre Jackson, Right Guard, Florida State

      Tre Jackson was a bitter disappointment last season as he didn't step up his game the way that was needed. At the same time he has good upside and gives good value here for New England.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Malcom Brown, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Jordan Richards, Safety
                              Round 3: Geneo Grissom, Defensive End
                              Round 4: Trey Flowers, Defensive End



    13. (112) Washington Redskins (F/Seattle): Arie Kouandjio, Right Guard, Alabama

      Arie Kouandjio underperformed last season but was much better in 2013. Coming from a Nick Saban system and good athletic ability he could contribute soon for Washington.

      Grade: B

                              Round 1: Brandon Scherff, Offensive Tackle/Guard
                              Round 2: Preston Smith, Defensive End
                              Round 3: Matt Jones, Running Back, Florida



    14. (113) Detroit Lions (F/Philadelphia via San Francisco): Gabe Wright, Defensive Tackle, Auburn

      This fills a need for detroit andGabe Wright was severely underrated during this process. Wright should integrate quickly into the Detroit defensive rotation.

      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Laken Tomlinson, Lfet Guard
                              Round 2: Ameer Abdullah, Running Back
                              Round 3: Alex Carter, Stanford



    15. (114) Miami Dolphins: Jamil Douglas, Offensive Guard, Arizona State

      This is a great pick for Miami to once again try to beef up their offense after choosing DeVante Parker in Round 1. Don't be surprised if Douglas starts in Miami.

      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: DeVante Parker, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: Jordan Phillips, Defensive Tackle


    16. (115) Cleveland Browns (F/Buffalo): Ibraheim Campbell, Safety, Northwestern

      The Browns want a competitive roster and last year the competition at Safety was terrible. Fortunately the Browns had one of the best starting safety combinations in the NFL. Campbell will provide good depth and roster competition.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Danny Shelton, Defensive/Nose Tackle
                              Round 1: Cameron Erving, Guard/Center
                              Round 2: Nate Orchard, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 3: Duke Johnson, Running Back:
                              Round 3: Xavier Cooper, Defensive Tackle



    17. (116) Arizona Cardinals: (F/Cleveland via Houston): Rodney Gunter, Defensive End, Deleware

      Rodney Gunter is one of the small school players that turns heads. Arizona needs to rebuild on the defensive line and Gunter is a solid piece to build with.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: D.J Humphries, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Markus Golden, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 3: David Johnson, Running Back



    18. (117) San Francisco 49ers (F/San Diego): Blake Bell, Tight End, Oklahoma

      Blake Bell is a solid pass catcher with big hands, a big body, and competitive nature. A former quarterback who is a raw talent at Tight End.

      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Arik Armstead, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Jaquiski Tartt, Safety
                              Round 3: Eli Harold, Outside Linebacker



    19. (118) Kansas City Chiefs: Ramik Wilson, Inside Linebacker, Georgia

      This is a great pick as Wilson is an excellent 34 Inside Linebacker, and will not have any transition into the NFL.

      Grade: A-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Marcus Peters, Cornerback
                              Round 2: Mitch Morse, Guard
                              Round 3: Chris Conley, Wide Receiver
                              Round 3: Steven Nelson, Cornerback



    20. (119) St Louis Rams: Andrew Donnal, Right Guard, Iowa

      The Rams keep beefing up the running game in hopes that Todd Gurley is able to perform at 100% this year. Donnal is a good run blocker who will help in that effect.

      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Todd Gurley, Running Back
                              Round 2: Robert Havenstein, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 3: Jamon Brown, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 3: Sean Manion, Quarterback



    21. (120) Cincinnati Bengals: Josh Shaw, Cornerback, USC

      Josh Shaw is a corner with good size, aggressive with the ball in the air, and played top notch competition at USC. Two big issues are that Shaw has small hands -9'- and he has tight hips when turning and running with receivers.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Cedric Ogbuehi, Left Tackle
                              Round 2: Jake Fisher, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 3: Tyler Kroft, Tight End
                              Round 3: Paul Dawson, Middle Linebacker



    22. (121) Pittsburgh Steelers: Doran Grant, Cornerback, Ohio State

      A solid pick for Pittsburgh who needs to retool their secondary after age and retirement hit the team. Doran Grant is athletic, intelligent, and looks like he wants to beat you to death on the field. Perfect Steeler in those respects.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Alvin Dupree, Rush Linebacker, Kentucky
                              Round 2: Senquez Golson, Cornerback
                              Round 3: Sa,,ie Coatesa, Wide Receiver



    23. (122) Baltimore Ravens (F/ Detroit): Za'Darius Smith, Defensive End, Kentucky

      I understand the reasoning for a defensive lineman here but Smith isn't exactly the player envisioned as a rush linebacker or defensive end in the Ravens' scheme.

      Grade: C

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Brashad Perriman, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: Maxx Williams, Tight End
                              Round 3: Carl Davis, Defensive Tackle



    24. (123) Cleveland Browns (F/Arizona): Vince Mayle, Wide Receiver, Washington State

      Vince Mayle is a hard player to scout, runs slow but has great measurables, excellent with the ball in his hands, great red zone target -6'2, 224-. One person compared him to a slower Duane Bowe with better hands but less spectacular, another with Anquan Bolden. He will return punts and compete for the #5 spot in his rookie season and only has two years as a wide receiver after being a basketball player.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Danny Shelton, Nose Tackle
                              Round 1: Cameron Erving, Center
                              Round 2: Nate Orchard, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 3: Duke Johnson, Running Back:
                              Round 3: Xavier Cooper, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 4: Ibraheim campbell, Safety



    25. (124) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (F/Carolina): Kwon Alexander, Outside Linebacker, LSU

      Kwon Alexander is a solid player who has nice athleticism and instincts. Alexander has a lot of upside, much like a couple of his teammates, and could help rebuild the Tampa Bay defense.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Jameis Winston, Quarterback
                              Round 2: Donovan Smith, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Ali Marpet, Guard



    26. (125) Baltimore Ravens: Javorius Allen, Running Back, USC

      This is an excellent selection for Baltimore who needed depth and competition at backup running back. Allen is big and athletic, being able to bring a new dimension to the Baltimore offense.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Brashad Perriman, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: Maxx Williams, Tight End
                              Round 3: Carl Davis, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 4: Za'Darius, Smith, Defensive End



    27. (126) San Francisco 49ers (F/Denver): Mike Davis, Running Back, South Carolina

      With Frank Gore gone the 49ers need to find a new offensive identity, a second talented back helps establish that.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Arik Armstead, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Jaquiski Tartt, Safety
                              Round 3: Eli Harold, Outside Linebacker
                              Round 4: Blake Bell, Tight End



    28. (127) Dallas Cowboys: Damien Wilson, Inside Linebacker, Minnesota

      Dallas has a bit of recent history with injuries at linebacker so another solid backup is always a positive.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Byron Jones, Cornerback
                              Round 2: Randy Gregory, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 3: Chaz Green, Offensive Tackle, Florida



    29. (128) Oakland Raiders (F/Indianapolis): John Feliciano, Guard, Miami (Fla)

      This is a pretty good pick for Oakland as they continue to build around their young quarterback. So far they have worked to keep him upright and give him a true number one receiver.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Amari Cooper, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: Mario Edwards Jr, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 3: Clive Walford, Tight End



    30. (129) Green Bay Packers: Jake Ryan, Outside Linebacker, Michigan

      Jake Ryan is a very good football talent that never lived up to potential at Michigan. In Green Bay he may transition to Inside Linebacker, and has some pretty good coaches and players to help him transition.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Damarious Randall, Safety
                              Round 2: Quinten Rollins, Cornerback/Safety
                              Round 3: Ty montgomary, Stanford



    31. (130) Seattle Seahawks Terry Poole, Guard, San Diego State

      The Seahawks always seem to be restocking their offensive line. Terry Poole is a good athlete with a lot of potential who could eventually start.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 2: Frank Clark, Defensive End
                              Round 3: Tyler Lockett, Wide Receiver



    32. (131) New England Patriots: Shaq Mason, Center, Georgia Tech

      The Patriots came away with a gem in Round 4 with Shaq Mason, the best offensive lineman available after Round 3. Mason could potentially upgrade either Guard or Center.

      Grade: A-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Malcom Brown, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Jordan Richards, Strong Safety
                              Round 3: Geneo Grissom, Defensive End
                              Round 4: Trey Flowers, Defensive End
                              Round 4: Tre Jackson, Guard



    33. (132) San Francisco 49ers: DeAndre Smelter, Wide Receiver, Georgia Tech

      DeAndre Smelter is a quality selection at this point. Smelter is a good athlete with a big body who can replace some of the talent lost this offseason.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Arik Armstead, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Jaquiski Tartt, Safety
                              Round 3: Eli Harold, Outside Linebacker
                              Round 4: Blake Bell, Tight End
                              Round 4: Mike Davis, Running Back



    34. (133) Denver Broncos: Max Garcia, Center, Florida

      This is a must pick for Denver who traded away starting center Manny Ramirez for the rights to draft Shane Ray.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Shane Ray, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 2: Ty Sambrailo, Offensive Tackle/Guard
                              Round 3: Jeff Heuerman, Tight End



    35. (134) Seattle Seahawks Mark Glowinski, Guard, West Virginia

      Is Seattle preparing to lose both starting offensive Guards?

      Grade: C

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 2: Frank Clark, Defensive End
                              Round 3: Tyler Lockett, Wide Receiver
                              Round 4: Terry Poole, Offensive Tackle/Guard



    36. (135) Cincinnati Bengals: Marcus Hardison, Defensive End, Arizona State

      Cincinnati has issues at Defensive End and the outside pass rush so it only makes sense they'd address it in the draft.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Cedric Ogbuehi, Left Tackle
                              Round 2: Jake Fisher, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 3: Tyler Kroft, Tight End
                              Round 3: Paul Dawson, Middle Linebacker
                              Round 4: Josh Shaw, Cornerback



    37. (136) Baltimore Ravens: Tray Walker, Cornerback, Texas Southern

      The Ravens once again work to replace departed defensive backs and do a decent job of adding depth here.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Brashad Perriman, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: Maxx Williams, Tight End
                              Round 3: Carl Davis, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 4: Za'Darius Smith, Defensive End
                              Round 4: Javorius Allen, Running Back








    Round 4:               1. Tennessee Titans: Angelo Blackson, Defensive Tackle, Auburn               2. New England Patriots (F/Tampa Bay): Trey Flowers, Defensive End, Arkansas               3. Carolina Panthers (F/Oakland): Daryl Williams, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma               4. New York Jets (F/Jacksonville): Bryce Petty, Quarterback, Baylor               5. Jacksonville Jaguars (F/New York Jets): James Sample, Safety, Louisville               6. Washington Redskins: Jamison Crowder, Wide Receiver, Duke               7. Chicago Bears: Jeremy Langford, Running Back, Michigan State               8. Atlanta Falcons: Justin Hardy, Wide Receiver, East Carolina               9. Tennessee Titans (F/New York Giants): Jalston Fowler, Fullback, Alabama               10. Indianapolis Colts (F/Tampa Bay Buccaneers via St. Louis): Clayton Geathers, Free Safety, Central Florida               11. Minnesota Vikings: T.J Clemmings, Offensive Tackle, Pitt               12. New England Patriots (F/Cleveland): Tre Jackson, Right Guard, Florida State               13. Washington Redskins (F/Seattle Seahawks via New Orleans): Arie Kouandjio, Right Guard, Alabama               14. Detroit Lions (F/Philadelphia via San Francisco via Buffalo): Gabe Wright, Defensive Tackle, Auburn               15. Miami Dolphins: Jamil Douglas, Offensive Guard, Arizona State               16: Cleveland Browns (F/Buffalo): Ibraheim Campbell, Safety, Northwestern               17. Arizona Cardinals: (F/Cleveland Browns via Houston): Rodney Gunter, Defensive End, Deleware               18. San Francisco 49ers (F/San Diego): Blake Bell, Tight End, Oklahoma               19. Kansas City Chiefs: Ramik Wilson, Inside Linebacker, Georgia               20. St. Louis Rams (F/Philadelphia): Andrew Donnal, Right Guard, Iowa               21. Cincinnati Bengals: Josh Shaw, Cornerback, USC               22. Pittsburgh Steelers: Doran Grant, Cornerback, Ohio State               23. Baltimore Ravens (F/Detroit): Ze'Darius Smith, Rush Linebacker/Defensive End, Kentucky               24. Cleveland Browns (F/Arizona): Vince Mayle, Wide Receiver, Washington State               25. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (F/Oakland via Carolina): Kwon Alexander, Outside Linebacker, LSU               26. Baltimore Ravens: Javarious Allen, Running Back, USC               27. San Francisco 49ers (F/Denver): Mike Davis, Running Back, South Carolina               28. Dallas Cowboys: Damien Wilson, Inside Linebacker, Minnesota               29: Oakland Raiders (F/Tampa Bay via Indianapolis): Jon Feliciano, Offensive Guard, Miami (fla)               30. Green Bay Packers: Jake Ryan, Inside Linebacker, Michigan               31. Seattle Seahawks: Terry Poole, Offensive Tackle, San Diego St.               32 New England Patriots: Shaq Mason, Guard/Center, Georgia Tech               33. San Francisco 49ers:DeAndre Smelter, Wide Receiver, Georgia Tech               34. Denver Broncos: Max Garcia, Center, Florida               Seattle Seahawks: Mark Glowinski, Guard, W. Virginia               35. Cincinnati Bengals: MarusHardison, Defensive Tackle, Arizona State               36.Baltimore Ravens: Tre Walker, Cornerback, Texas Southern 













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