The Fanalysts have been grinding draft tape, monitoring team needs, and mock drafting since December. This 7-part mock-draft is one continuous mock draft and the our final one of the season for us. We will be releasing one article per day in the week leading up to the 2019 NFL Draft.

This is a summary of the 4th Round of our mock draft for the 2019 NFL Draft. Below are links all other rounds of our final mock for the 2019 NFL Draft:

2019 NFL Draft 7th Round Mock
2019 NFL Draft 6th Round Mock
2019 NFL Draft 5th Round Mock

For more on the fantasy football values of the 2019 Draft Class, check out our 2019 Rookie Database

Pick Team Player
103 Arizona Cardinals Connor McGovern, iOL, Penn State
104 San Francisco 49ers Beau Benschawel, iOL, Wisconsin
105 New York Jets Tre Lamar, LB, Clemson
106 Oakland Raiders Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State
107 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Joe Jackson, EDGE, Miami
108 New York Giants Stanley Morgan Jr., WR, Nebraska

The most interesting pick in the early 4th round goes to the Oakland Raiders selection of Miles Sanders who immediately becomes fantasy relevant stepping into what looks like a workhorse role right away.

Stanley Morgan Jr. could see some early opportunity in New York as well with their receiving core in flux after the loss of the best receiver in the NFL.

Pick Team Player
109 Jacksonville Jaguars Jordan Scarlett, RB, Florida
110 Cincinnati Bengals Tyree Jackson, QB, Buffalo
111 Detroit Lions Savion Smith, CB, Alabama
112 Buffalo Bills Justice Hill, RB, Oklahoma State
113 Baltimore Ravens Damarkus Lodge, WR, Ole Miss
114 Green Bay Packers Nate Davis, iOL, Charlotte
115 Carolina Panthers Andy Isabella, WR, UMass

The story on this next group is offense.  With 5 players in this group who could be rosterable on your fantasy team, 2 should receive more attention than the others. Andy Isabella gets a phenomenal landing spot in Carolina and would have a good chance to find his way onto the field with Cam and this new flexible offense.

Justice Hill does not do as well landing in Buffalo. While it doesn’t torpedo his stock, with McCoy and Gore there, he won’t get many snaps and Josh Allen isn’t one to dump it down when he can either go deep or use his own legs to make plays.

Pick Team Player
116 Miami Dolphins Brett Rypien, QB, Boise State
117 Atlanta Falcons Elijah Holyfield, RB, Georgia
118 Green Bay Packers Justin Hollins, EDGE, Oregon
119 Cleveland Browns Kingsley Keke, iDL, Texas A&M
120 Minnesota Vikings Devin Singletary, RB, Florida Atlantic
121 Tennessee Titans Marquise Blair, S, Utah

Devin Singletary gets buried in this mock behind Dalvin Cook. If Cook goes down again, Singletary could handle a three down workload though. In other interesting news, Rypien could see playing time in year one on the Dolphins as they tank for a QB next year. It is also good that Elijah Holyfield isn’t going far to Atlanta because if he had to run there, it might take a while.

Pick Team Player
122 Pittsburgh Steelers Jalen Jelks, EDGE, Oregon
123 Baltimore Ravens Malik Gant, S, Marshall
124 Seattle Seahawks Antoine Wesley, WR, Texas Tech
125 Denver Broncos Isaiah Buggs, iDL, Alabama
126 Chicago Bears Darrell Henderson, RB, Memphis
127 Philadelphia Eagles James Williams, RB, Washington State

Darrell Henderson is the second best fantasy prospect on my board in this fourth round behind only Miles Sanders. He steps right into the bruiser role vacated by Jordan Howard and can hopefully improve on the efficiency (or lack thereof) from Howard as well as take care of those goalline looks.

Antoine Wesley is worth noting here as the Seahawks did manage to resign Russell Wilson and have very little in the way of depth at wideout.

Pick Team Player
128 Dallas Cowboys Kaden Smith, TE, Stanford
129 Indianapolis Colts Khalen Saunders, iDL, Western Illinois
130 Los Angeles Chargers Daylon Mack, iDL, Texas A&M
131 Buffalo Bills Mike Bell, S, Fresno State
132 New York Giants Mike Weber, RB, Ohio State
133 Los Angeles Rams Damien Harris, RB, Alabama
134 New England Patriots Jalen Hurd, WR, Baylor
135 Indianapolis Colts Drue Tranquill, LB, Notre Dame
136 Dallas Cowboys Dillon Mitchell, WR, Oregon
137 Atlanta Falcons Gerald Willis, iDL, Miami
138 Philadelphia Eagles Jordan Ta’amu, QB, Ole Miss

To round out the fourth round, we have a larger group with quite a few names who could see fantasy relevance. Damien Harris and Mike Weber both get buried behind what are probably the best two running backs in the league, but the Cowboys pick up two playmakers who could contribute. I particularly like Kaden Smith in Dallas because he gets to learn from the freshly un-retired Jason Witten which would be phenomenal for his game.

The real gem of this round is Jalen Hurd though. A running back who flipped to wide receiver when he transferred to Baylor from Tennessee, he is a chess piece that Belichick can move all over the place.

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