2015 NFL Draft Tracker Round 4

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Angelo Blackson
Auburn / 6'5 / 307 lbs
  • DT
  • [4] #1

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Trey Flowers
Arkansas / 6'2 / 266 lbs
  • DE
  • [4] #2

Analysis

Flowers had a productive Razorback career, playing in 49 games and starting 39 times. He finished with 190 tackles, 18 sacks, and 47.5 tackles for a loss. He also caused five fumbles and deflected 13 passes. This is a high energy, high motor guy that plays with a ton of aggression. Flowers is solid within the box and getting after the quarterback. He has better lateral quickness than straightline speed.

Dave-Te' Thomas Player Evaluation


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Daryl Williams
Oklahoma / 6'5 / 327 lbs
  • OT
  • [4] #3

Analysis

Over the last two seasons Williams has not allowed any sacks from his right tackle position. He graded out at 87% and had 91 knockdown blocks and 17 touchdown resulting blocks. In short yardage situaitons he moved inside to right guard and was very effective. For a player north of 325-pounds, Williams moves pretty well. He's long and strong and looks like an ideal right tackle in the NFL.

Dave-Te' Thomas Player Evaluation


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Bryce Petty
Baylor / 6'2 / 220 lbs
  • QB
  • [4] #4

Analysis

I love watching Petty because he throws such a beautiful ball. It comes out of his hand quickly and he can really spin it. In 25 games he threw for 8,195 yards, 62 touchdown passes and only 10 interceptions. Petty possesses a quick release and can throw with touch and velocity. He also shows the ability to throw with anticipation and has terrific command in the huddle. Petty is accurate on all the routes. He knows his game is a work in progress and he looks forward to what lies ahead, as he has a true passion for the game. It will be a transition coming from the spread and Petty has battled health issues (back and concussion).

Dave-Te' Thomas Player Evaluation


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James Sample
Louisville / 6'2 / 209 lbs
  • S
  • [4] #5

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Jamison Crowder
Duke / 5'8 / 185 lbs
  • WR
  • [4] #6

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Jeremy Langford
Michigan State / 6'0 / 208 lbs
  • RB
  • [4] #7

Analysis

If you are looking for a running back that's terrific in the passing game this is your guy. Langford is a former defensive back and wide receiver that finally made the fulltime conversion to running back. He's 208-pounds and ran 4.42 [forty] at Combine. Langford earned 27 starts, rushing for 2,967 yards and 40 touchdowns. He also caught 39 passes. Langford has good quickness and shows a nice burst of explosion when he needs speed. He can also be elusive in space. I think this for Spartan has a chance to be an every down back in the NFL.

Dave-Te' Thomas Player Evaluation


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Justin Hardy
East Carolina / 5'10 / 192 lbs
  • WR
  • [4] #8

Analysis

Hardy is another small school guy that I really like in this draft because his game fits the new NFL. He was a no name recruit that signed with the Pirates. He leaves ECU after posting some very impressive numbers - a record 387 receptions for 4,451 yards and 35 touchdowns. Stating the obvious, Hardy is a big play guy. He's quicker than fast and very dangerous in the open field. He has nice, soft hands and looks like an ideal slot wide receiver that could make a nice impact to whoever drafts him.

Dave-Te' Thomas Player Evaluation


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Jalston Fowler
Alabama / 5'11 / 254 lbs
  • FB
  • [4] #9

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Clayton Geathers
UCF / 6'2 / 218 lbs
  • S
  • [4] #10

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T.J. Clemmings
Pittsburgh / 6'5 / 309 lbs
  • OT
  • [4] #11

Analysis

Clemmings is another draft prospect that coverted from the other side of the ball. This right tackle was a five-star defensive end recruit that signed with Pitt. He converted to the other side of the ball and is now projected as one of the top OL prospects in the draft. In fact, Clemmings has only started two seasons at right tackle at Pitt. Still, he transitioned very well. In two season he has 1,771 plays under his belt where he graded out at 85% with 157 knockdown blocks and 30 touchdown resulting blocks. Clemmings has size and length. He displays flexibility and agility. Clemmings just needs more experience and development. He has a very promising future.

Dave-Te' Thomas Player Evaluation


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Tre' Jackson
Florida State / 6'4 / 330 lbs
  • OG
  • [4] #12

Analysis

Jackson was a very good offensive lineman for the Seminoles. At right guard in 2014 he graded out at 88.7%. That’s the best percentage since Walter Jones 20 years ago. Jackson is a road grader at 6-foot-4, 330-pounds. He gets off the ball quickly and plays with outstanding leverage. Jackson has giant paws (10 7/8-inch hands) and uses his hands well. This player has shown big improvement over the last two seasons at FSU.

Dave-Te' Thomas Player Evaluation


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Arie Kouandjio
Alabama / 6'5 / 310 lbs
  • OG
  • [4] #13

Analysis

Kouandijo had a really good 2014 campaign, grading out at 89%, with 32 knockdown blocks and 16 resulting touchdown blocks. Also, he didn't allow a sack. He was a two year starter as offensive guard and will now follow in his younger brother's (Arie) footsteps into the NFL. Kouandijo is strong, especially in the lower body and very good in pass pro. In fact, he's only allowed two sacks in 27 games as a starter.

Dave-Te' Thomas Player Evaluation


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Gabe Wright
Auburn / 6'3 / 284 lbs
  • DT
  • [4] #14

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Jamil Douglas
Arizona State / 6'4 / 304 lbs
  • OG
  • [4] #15

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Ibraheim Campbell
Northwestern / 5'11 / 208 lbs
  • S
  • [4] #16

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Rodney Gunter
Delaware State / 6'4 / 304 lbs
  • DT
  • [4] #17

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Blake Bell
Oklahoma / 6'6 / 252 lbs
  • TE
  • [4] #18

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Ramik Wilson
Georgia / 6'2 / 237 lbs
  • MLB
  • [4] #19

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Andrew Donnal
Iowa / 6'7 / 305 lbs
  • OT
  • [4] #20

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Josh Shaw
USC / 6'1 / 201 lbs
  • CB
  • [4] #21

Analysis

Shaw played a few different roles over his college career, playing both safety and cornerback. He finished with 130 tackles, six picks and 14 pass deflections. He originally signed with Florida before transferring back home to California and USC. This is a big and physical cornerback that the scouts are looking for. Of course Shaw missed 10 games in 2014 after lieing about an off the field incident.

Dave-Te' Thomas Player Evaluation


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Doran Grant
Ohio State / 5'10 / 200 lbs
  • CB
  • [4] #22

Analysis

Grant played at of football games for the Buckeyes, 54 in all, starting 30 times. He registered 146 tackles, nine interceptions and deflected 20 passes over his career in Columbus. He's a thick, physical cornerback who possesses good speed [4.44 forty], anticipation and break on the ball. Grant shows he can flip his hips and runs with wide receivers.

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Za'Darius Smith
Kentucky / 6'4 / 274 lbs
  • DE
  • [4] #23

Analysis

Smith started 24 of 25 games at Kentucky after transferring from East Mississippi Community College. He finished with 120 tackles, 11.5 sacks, 20 tackles for a loss and forced four fumbles in Lexington. This is a player very adept at both stuffing the run and pressuring the quarterback. His stock has been on the rise since the East/West Shrine and Senior Bowl in January.

Dave-Te' Thomas Player Evaluation


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Vince Mayle
Washington State / 6'2 / 224 lbs
  • WR
  • [4] #24

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Kwon Alexander
LSU / 6'1 / 227 lbs
  • OLB
  • [4] #25

Analysis

Alexander was a major four-star recruit in 2012 that would have ranked even higher had it not been for a knee injury his senior season. He signed with LSU over Alabama. In Baton Rouge, he started 23 games over three seasons, finishing with 167 tackles and 15 tackles for a loss. This is an outside linebacker with some suddeness and explosiveness to his game. Alexander closes quickly and can deliver blows to ball carriers.

Dave-Te' Thomas Player Evaluation


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Javorius Allen
USC / 6'0 / 221 lbs
  • RB
  • [4] #26

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Mike Davis
South Carolina / 5'9 / 217 lbs
  • RB
  • [4] #27

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Damien Wilson
Minnesota / 6'0 / 252 lbs
  • MLB
  • [4] #28

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Jonathan Feliciano
Miami (Fl) / 6'4 / 320 lbs
  • OG
  • [4] #29

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Jake Ryan
Michigan / 6'3 / 236 lbs
  • MLB
  • [4] #30

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Terry Poole
San Diego State / 6'5 / 307 lbs
  • OT
  • [4] #31

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Shaquille Mason
Georgia Tech / 6'1 / 305 lbs
  • C
  • [4] #32

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DeAndre Smelter
Georgia Tech / 6'2 / 223 lbs
  • WR
  • [4] #33

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Max Garcia
Florida / 6'4 / 290 lbs
  • C
  • [4] #34

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Mark Glowinski
West Virginia / 6'4 / 310 lbs
  • OG
  • [4] #35

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