Round 4

09 Apr

98. Carolina Panthers: Niles Paul, WR – Nebraska
99. Seattle Seahawks (f/DEN/NE): Willie Smith, OT – East Carolina
100. Buffalo Bills: Pernell McPhee, DE – Mississippi State
101. Cincinnati Bengals: John Moffitt, OT – Wisconsin
102. Cleveland Browns: Casey Matthews, LB – Oregon
103. Arizona Cardinals: Jerrell Powe, NT – Ole Miss
104. Philadelphia Eagles (f/WAS): Tyler Sash, SS – Iowa
105. Houston Texans: Quinton Carter, S – Oklahoma
106. Minnesota Vikings: DeMarcus Love, OT – Arkansas
107. Detroit Lions: Rashad Carmichael, CB – VT
108. San Francisco 49ers: Steven Friday, OLB – VT
109. Tennessee Titans: Chimdi Chekwa, CB – Ohio State
110. Dallas Cowboys: Jordan Todman, RB – UConn
111. Miami Dolphins: DeMarco Murray, RB – Oklahoma
112. St. Louis Rams: Jaiquawn Jarrett, SS – Temple
113. Oakland Raiders: Brian Rolle, LB – Ohio State
114. Jacksonville Jaguars: Austin Pettis, WR – Boise State
115. San Francisco 49ers (f/SD): Sione Fua, NT – Stanford
116. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Delone Carter, RB – Syracuse
117. New York Giants: Colin McCarthy, ILB – Miami
118. Kansas City Chiefs: Ian Williams, NT – Notre Dame
119. Indianapolis Colts: Taiwan Jones, RB – Eastern Washington
120. Philadelphia Eagles: Brandon Fusco, C – Slippery Rock
121. Jacksonville Jaguars (f/NO): Marcus Gilchrist, S/CB – Clemson
122. Buffalo Bills (f/SEA): Lee Ziemba, OT – Auburn
123. Baltimore Ravens: Roy Helu Jr. – RB – Nebraska
124. Atlanta Falcons: David Mims, OT – Virginia Union
125. New England Patriots: Ahmad Black, S – Florida
126. New York Jets: Vincent Brown, WR – SD St.
127. Chicago Bears: Lawrence Wilson, OLB – UCONN
128. Pittsburgh Steelers: Lawrence Guy, DT – ASU
129. Green Bay Packers: James Brewer, OT – Indiana
130. Tennessee Titans (comp): Nate Irving, ILB – NC St.
131. Green Bay Packers (comp): Ricardo Lockette, WR – Fort Valley St.


Posted by on April 9, 2011 in #2


6 responses to “Round 4

  1. Eric Dickens

    April 10, 2011 at 1:23 am

    109th pick, Tennessee Titans – Chimdi Chekwa, CB, Ohio State

    With 3 out of our first 4 picks, you can see we are trying to add toughness, physicality, and leadership to the defensive side of the ball. Chekwa should bring all those attributes, as well as aggressiveness and the ability to close on the ball quickly.

    Chimdi will be a great addition to our secondary.

    Titans GM

  2. Brendan Leister

    April 10, 2011 at 1:34 am

    102nd pick, Cleveland Browns, MLB Casey Matthews

    Casey Matthews is a great addition to our football team. His instincts are second to none and he is great in coverage. We expect him to come in and compete for the starting job at middle linebacker with Chris Gocong.

    Casey’s bloodlines are undeniable. His father, Clay Jr, played in Cleveland in the 80s and his brother, Clay III, is one of the best players in the league.

    We are extremely excited to add Casey Matthews to the Cleveland Browns.

    Thank you,

    Browns GM

  3. Justin Occhionero

    April 10, 2011 at 3:06 am


    We were hoping that Rashad Carmichael would fall to us here, but unfortunately the Lions beat us to him. Therefore, the Raiders decided to strengthen our defense once again by adding Brian Rolle from Ohio State University to our squad. Although undersized, Rolle plays with great intensity and has good coverage skills. Will be expected to contribute initially as a role player however we are very excited to see him continue to grow. He will make an excellent addition to our organization.

    Justin Occhionero
    GM, Oakland Raiders

  4. Josh D

    April 10, 2011 at 5:33 am

    With the 106th overall pick in Round 4, the Vikings select OG/OT DeMarcus Love

    Not going to lie, I was hoping for John Moffitt to fall to us (“BENGALS!!!!”, he yelled, shaking his fist at the sky), but we are very happy to get DeMarcus instead. Mr. Love played in Arkansas’s pro style system that made changes at the line and used similar verbage to the NFL, so these things wont take time to teach him. Also because of the system they employ at Arkansas, Love has experience at every O-Line position except center and played the Power Tackle (blindside tackle in their system) for that last two years after playing guard as a freshman and sophomore.
    He should be able to compete with Ryan Cook and Chris DeGeare as the first lineman in after the starting five and be pushing for a starting job by his second season if not towards the end of his first. I think he settles in at guard, but if he shows he can man the tackle position, that would be an even bigger gain.

    Was a little worried that it was a reach and had there been trades I might have tried to move down, but when the Titans attempted to draft him 3 picks later those worries vanished.

  5. Houston Texans 105th Pick

    April 10, 2011 at 10:23 pm

    Continuing the trend of trying to improve the defense – Eugene Wilson was one of the biggest holes in the league’s worst pass defense last season, so a FS is a necessity. Carter is a 2 year starter and 1st Team All American in 2010. He’s a big body that can deliver powerful hits and has good awareness and will flow to the ball. A solid citizen as well (balances out Kenrick Ellis) – and has a real chance to be the anchor of the secondary for years to come.

  6. @AlUmNi50

    April 12, 2011 at 4:23 am

    Selection 100, Buffalo Bills – Pernell McPhee, DE Mississippi State

    We are excited to get the opportunity here to add another quality player to our defensive line. An elite outside rusher out of junior college who led the nation in sacks both years he played at Itawamba Community College. After signing with Mississippi State Mcphee but up numbers good enough to earn All-SEC numbers as a Junior. As a Senior sack totals decreased but we attribute much to increased attention the big man garnered his final season in Starkville. We believe we had added an above average NFL pass rusher who is capable of approaching double digits totals after a few years in our system. An added bonus is Pernell is perhaps the best run defender of the DE’s in 2011. Good initial burst, strong, versatile with a non-stop motor.


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