The Final 2019 NFL Draft Mock: Round 1

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 First 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:

Day 3:

2019 NFL Draft 7th Round Mock
2019 NFL Draft 6th Round Mock
2019 NFL Draft 5th Round Mock
2019 NFL Draft 4th Round Mock

Day 2:

2019 NFL Draft 3rd Round Mock

2019 NFL Draft 2nd Round Mock


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

PickTeamPlayer
1Arizona CardinalsKyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma
2San Francisco 49ersNick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio State
3New York JetsQuinenn Williams, iDL, Alabama
4Oakland RaidersJosh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky
5Tampa Bay BuccaneersJonah Williams, OT, Alabama
6New York GiantsEd Oliver, iDL, Houston

Jonah Williams and Ed Oliver are both top 10 talents, but neither fit the exact mold of their positions. Williams goes off the board 5th overall to a Tampa Bay Buccaneers team looking to rely on their offense in 2019. Ed Oliver’s athletic upside surpasses his “tweener” build, and is a perfect fit for Dave Gettleman’s “inside-out” roster construction philosophy.

PickTeamPlayer
7Jacksonville JaguarsJawaan Taylor, OT, Florida
8Detroit LionsBrian Burns, EDGE, Florida State
9Buffalo BillsTJ Hockenson, TE, Iowa
10Denver BroncosDrew Lock, QB, Missouri
11Cincinnati BengalsDevin White, LB, LSU
12Green Bay PackersDevin Bush, ILB, Michigan

TJ Hockenson is the first tight end off the board and the first tight end taken in the top 10 of the NFL Draft since Eric Ebron in 2014. There’s a lot of teams in the late teens/early 20s that will be disappointed with Devin White and Devin Bush going back to back in the top 12.

PickTeamPlayer
13Miami DolphinsCody Ford, iOL, Oklahoma
14Atlanta FalconsMontez Sweat, EDGE, Miss St.
15WashingtonDK Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss
16Carolina PanthersClelin Ferrel, DE, Clemson
17New York GiantsRashan Gary, EDGE, Michigan
18Minnesota VikingsGarrett Bradbury, iOL, NC State

DK Metcalf is the first wide receiver off the board in a deep and talented wideout class. Washington opted for a playmaking weapon to pair with Case Keenum, instead of a potential franchise quarterback in Dwayne Haskins. Haskins, like Daniel Jones, has free fallen in this mock draft-which does not have trades.

19JoshTennessee TitansByron Murphy, CB, Washington
20ChrisPittsburgh SteelersGreedy Williams, CB LSU
21MikeSeattle SeahawksChris Lindstrom, iOL, Boston College
22ChrisBaltimore RavensN’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State
23JoshHouston TexansAndre Dillard, OT, Washington State
24MattOakland RaidersNoah Fant, TE, Iowa

Byron Murphy going off the board to Tennessee starts a very quick cornerback run in an NFL Draft that is shallow at a high demand position. Murphy slots right into a support role in an already solid secondary for the Titans. Greedy Williams is the high upside player that fits Pittsburgh’s type-expect he actually has a first-round grade.

PickTeamPlayer
25Philadelphia EaglesChauncey Gardner-Johnson, S, Florida
26Indianapolis ColtsChristian Wilkins, iDL, Clemson
27Oakland RaidersAmani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State
28Los Angeles ChargersJeffery Simmons, iDL, Mississippi State
29Kansas CityChase Winovich, EDGE, Michigan
30Green Bay PackersNasir Adderley, S, Delaware
31Los Angeles RamsDalton Risner, OT, Kansas State
32New England PatriotsAJ Brown, WR, Ole Miss

The New England Patriots finish out the first round by taking AJ Brown, the highly productive wide receiver out of Ole Miss. Brown offers the Patriots and immediate playmaker, either in the slot or on the outside. The versatile wideout can be a high impact player in his first year and is the 3rd wide receiver off the board in the first round.

Josh Jacobs: One of the Many Options for RB1

Josh Jacobs (5’10”, 220) Running Back, Alabama
18.5 Aggregate Score (3.5 Star Prospect)

Josh Jacobs has risen to the top of a running back class that lacked a stud type of guy. Jacobs has had an interesting road but has risen to the top of the Alabama RB depth chart which means he certainly has NFL level talent. A smooth runner and a hands catcher, there is a lot to like in Jacobs physical and film profile. His stats remain a red flag, but there are many points that can explain the issues that many have there. Jacobs will remain polarizing until he is drafted in the first or second round of the NFL draft which seems to be the consensus on his value.  A first round draft pedigree would make it hard to argue against Jacobs as the first running back off the board in your rookie drafts.

College Production

As I alluded to, Jacobs college production left something to be desired. With only 887 total yards in his junior season and only 640 of those on the ground, he didn’t show much to say he can be a workhorse. He never put up big numbers across an entire season. He didn’t even put up many hundred yard games. Was it due to scheme, competition, game script? It was most likely a combination of reasons, but it remains a valid concern especially since we didn’t see many big plays from him throughout his college career.

Speed & Agility: Aggregate Score: 4 (Personal Score: 4)

Jacobs is plenty fast despite a 4.6 40 at his pro day. He looks significantly faster than that on tape and I am not concerned about his long speed as that is not what his game is predicated on. Jacobs running style is very smooth and his ability to make defenders miss in space is a plus trait as well.

Receiving Ability: Aggregate Score: 4 (Personal Score: 4)

Jacobs caught well over 1 ball a game in college which is plenty to show his receiving chops in an Alabama offense that is historically run heavy. Even with Tua last year, Jacobs had to compete with Jerry Jeudy and a bevy of other talented pass catchers for those targets. He was also more efficient after the catch than he was on the ground.

Vision: Aggregate Score: 3.5 (Personal Score: 3)

I do not feel this is a major strength for Jacobs. Afforded a lot of big holes by one of the best offensive lines in the country and working in conjunction with the newly revitalized passing game that kept defenses as honest as they’ve had to be against Bama in 25 years or more, he still did not find a way to create high efficiency yardage with his touches.

Blocking: Aggregate Score: 3 (Personal Score: 3)

Not a strength of any lead backs game, but he can hold his own in pass protection. Will he succeed against NFL pass rushers? No. But he can chip and block in play action just fine.

Strength: Aggregate Score: 4 (Personal Score: 4)

Jacobs isn’t the strongest back in this class, but he runs low and strong. He is more likely to hit you than to put forth a lot of effort to make you miss. He would rather go through than around. He does keep his balance well and can bounce off tacklers in the open and around the line of scrimmage.

Conclusion: Early to Mid 1st Round Pick

Jacobs is a talented player, there is no doubt about that. Whether he can be a three down workhorse at the NFL level is the question for me. Is Jacobs a high risk pick?  No, especially not in a draft class with less running back talent than normal. My ideal landing spot for Jacobs though, would be somewhere with a veteran running back that can help take some of that load early in the season and really make way for him to shine down the stretch. He could be absolutely explosive in an Alvin Kamara-Mark Ingram type situation. Pre-draft he sits around the 1.07 or 1.08 for me. Landing spot could bring him into the top 3 or 4, but it is more likely I will be targeting him in the middle of the first.

The Final 2019 NFL Draft Mock: Round 2

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 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 2nd Round of our mock draft for the 2019 NFL Draft. Over the course of the next 6 days we will release one round, working backwards, until all 254 of our selections are revealed prior to the 2019 NFL Draft.

For more on the fantasy football values of the 2019 Draft Class, check out the 48 Report: our 2019 Rookie Database

Day 3:

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

Day 2:

2019 NFL Draft 4th Round Mock

2019 NFL Draft 3rd Round Mock

Pick Team Player
33 Arizona Cardinals Jerry Tillary, iDL, Notre Dame
34 Indianapolis Colts Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State
35 Oakland

Raiders

Deebo Samuel, WR,

South Carolina

36 San Francisco 49ers Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia
37 New York Giants Tytus Howard, OT, Alabama State
38 Jacksonville Jaguars Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State
39 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama
40 Buffalo Bills Charles Omenihu, DL, Texas

There is going to be a ton of talent in the 2nd round this year! There are going to be guys that fall into the 2nd round that will be starters or solid contributors right away in the NFL.  In terms of fantasy football, there should be some juicy landing spots for prospects to land in.

Indianapolis looks to be the best landing spot for a rookie wide receiver.  Regardless who lands here, they could step in and be Andrew Luck’s WR 2.  Hakeem Butler has a high ceiling with his large frame (6’5”, 227 lbs.) and sub 4.5 speed.  Butler still needs to develop his hands and overall route running, but if he can go to a place that will coach him up, the sky is the limit!

Deebo Samuel has been gaining a ton of hype in the pre-draft process.  He showed out at the Senior Bowl and has some pretty impressive film.  Samuel display good speed, solid route running and is a big threat after the catch.  If he can land somewhere where he can be the primary slot receiver, I think he can start producing for fantasy right away.

It’s no secret that we aren’t the biggest Dwayne Haskins fans here at the Fantasy Fanalysts.  However, this would be the perfect type of situation for Haskins to go to.  There is no doubt that Haskins has a nice arm, but he needs to improve his ability to read a defense and gain some experience since he only started one season at Ohio State.  If a team is willing to be patient with Haskins and really develop him, I could see a bright future for the former Buckeye.

Pick Team Player
41 Denver Broncos Juan Thornhill, S, Virginia
42 Cincinnati Bengals Dawson Knox, TE, Ole Miss
43 Detroit Lions Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama
44 Green Bay Packers Kelvin Harmon, WR, NC State
45 Atlanta Falcons Zach Allen, EDGE, Boston College
46 Washington Redskins Jace Sternberger, TE. Texas A&M
47 Carolina Panthers Erik McCoy, iOL, Texas A&M

Although he is being considered the 3rd best tight end in this class, we should be just as excited about Irv Smith Jr. as we are with Hockenson and Fant.  Smith was a great target in the middle of the field at Alabama due to his nice combination of speed, strength and ability to come down with contested catches.  If Smith can add some mass to his frame and continue to develop as a route runner, he can easily end up as a constituent TE 1.

Even though his combine performance was a bit disappointing, I am still incredibly excited for Kelvin Harmon.  Even though he doesn’t have that top end speed, Harmon is able to create separation with his aggressiveness, use of his hands and solid route running.  Harmon is great football player that knows how to win with his skill set.

Pick Team Player
48 Miami Dolphins Marquise Brown,

WR, Oklahoma

49 Cleveland Browns Justin Layne, CB, Michigan State
50 Minnesota Vikings Michael Deiter, OT, Wisconsin
51 Tennessee Titans Dre’Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State
52 Pittsburgh Steelers Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State
53 Philadelphia Eagles Yodney Cajuste, OT, West Virginia
54 Houston Texans Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss
55 Houston Texans Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama

Marquise “Hollywood” Brown is such an intriguing prospect.  When watching his film, it is hard not to make the comparison to Tyreek Hill.  I also see a bit of John Ross in his film.  That is honestly the range of outcomes for Brown.  If he goes to a team that will use him creatively, he honestly has Tyreek Hill upside.  If he goes to a team that doesn’t know how to be creative with him, he could end up just like John Ross, who has done very little in his first two seasons.  Landing spot and draft capital is going to be everything for Hollywood Brown.

Pick Team Player
56 New England Patriots Taylor Rapp, S, Washington
57 Philadelphia Eagles Julian Love, CB, Stanford
58 Dallas Cowboys Dexter Lawrence, iDL, Clemson
59 Indianapolis Colts Jachai Polite, EDGE, Florida
60 Los Angeles Chargers Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson
61 Kansas City Chiefs David Montgomery, RB,

Iowa State

62 New Orleans Saints Jonathon Abram, S, Mississippi State
63 Kansas City Chiefs Christian Miller, EDGE, Texas A&M
64 New England Patriots JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford

I love David Montgomery! He is currently my RB 1 in this class, based on his film and okay combine performance.  Montgomery is a running back that does nearly everything really good, but nothing great.  He has true 3 down potential in the NFL and can fit into role he is drafted to.  If given the opportunity, he could be a solid RB 2 as early as this season.

TJ Hockenson: Mr. I Can Do It All at Tight End

Welcome to the 48 Report, a full working database including 48 of our favorite 2019 Draft Prospects. The key, however, is that we focus specifically on their ability to translate as fantasy football players. All players in the database have been/will be scored by 3 writers, and this is their article; explaining their aggregate score, as well as the score of their writer.

All categories are scored on a 1-5 scale; with 5 being the highest score a prospect can receive. The highest aggregate average scores a player can receive is 25. Articles will be posted January-April, all the way up to the draft. Ratings will be adjusted after the combine, based on measurables and after the draft, because as we all know: landing spot matters.

TJ Hockenson (6’5”, 243) Tight End, Iowa

19.3 Aggregate Score (4 Star Prospect)

TJ Hockenson has been a huge riser as this class has developed. Overshadowed in Devy circles by his teammate Noah Fant, he has not been household name, until now. Hockenson plays the tight end position like it should be played. He does the dirty work in the trenches at a high level and he showcases route running and pass catching ability at all levels of the field. He is also an underrated athlete, again overshadowed by Fant who just happens to be a freak. He will surprise some at the combine likely putting up solid to strong numbers across the board. He is a top 2 tight end in this class in both the NFL and fantasy. So which is it it, 1 or 2?

College Production

Tight end production in college is not a pretty thing to look at, but the fact that he and Fant  both produced at the level they did in the same offense is remarkable. Hockenson put up 49 receptions for 760 yards and 6 scores in his sophomore year before declaring for the draft. He caught 10 more balls for 140 more yards than Fant. Both of them outproduced George Kittle who graduated as Hockenson came on campus. Hock also averaged over 15 yards per catch. This is a big time stat especially for a guy who has been labeled by some (incorrectly) as average athletically. All this to say, that while the numbers don’t jump of the page, this is still an impressive stat line. Iowa has a knack for churning out tight end talent and these two are no different.

Speed & Acceleration: Aggregate Score: 3.6 (Personal Score: 4)

I will continue to harp on the fact that Hockenson is an underrated athlete. He creates space and can outrun linebackers no problem. Combine this with his route running and he will have no issue getting open at the next level. One area he can continue to work on is exploding out of the block.

Route Running: Aggregate Score: 3.6 (Personal Score: 4)

Hockenson is a strong route runner. Quick feet and an ability to sell head fakes and quick twitches allow him to set up defenders and separate at a high level. He did often line up against linebackers and safeties though which will be a much taller task at the NFL level where these players can recover much easier.

Blocking: Aggregate Score: 4.6 (Personal Score: 5)

Hock has made a name for himself as one of the best blockers in this class. This really makes him the total package as a tight end prospect and it will be big in getting and keeping him on the field early in his career. He blocks with an aggressiveness and power that is great to see for a guy who is only listed on 243 lbs.

Handwork and Positioning: Aggregate Score: 3.6 (Personal Score: 4)

Hockenson continues the theme of well rounded with good scores here as well. A strong hands catcher with a knack for using his considerable size to his advantage, he will succeed in contested situations against linebackers and safeties early and often.

Athleticism: Aggregate Score: 3.6 (Personal Score: 4)

Basically the only reason reason I didn’t personally give him a 5 in athleticism is that Noah Fant is absurd. Hockenson made some noise at the combine with big time explosive numbers in the jumps and great numbers in the agility drills. The 4.7 forty isn’t great but that is plenty of speed for a tight end who has big time pluses across the rest of the board.

Conclusion: Mid 1st Round Target

I have no fear drafting TJ in the 1st round of your rookie drafts. In superflex, he should probably go in the late 1st. He may take some time to reach his full potential, but the lack of tight end talent in the NFL makes him a worthwhile 1st rounder for any team in need of a tight end. An interesting side note is that tight ends like OJ Howard and David Njoku have held their value well even after some lackluster seasons. While I still have him ranked behind Fant, he could easily have an argument to be the first tight end off the board when landing spots are assigned.

The Final 2019 NFL Mock Draft: 3rd Round

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 3rd 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 2019 NFL Draft 4th Round Mock

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

PickTeamPlayer
65Arizona CardinalsEmmanuel Hall, WR, Missouri
66Pittsburgh SteelersAmani Hooker, S, Iowa
67San Francisco 49ersRiley Ridley, WR, Georgia
68New York JetsRoss Pierschbacher, iOL, Alabama
69Jacksonville JaguarsTrayveon Williams, RB, Texas A&M
70Tampa Bay BuccaneersDavid Long, CB, Michigan

It’s hard for me to pick just one pick from this group that stands out because they all do. Emmanuel Hall should be a welcome addition to the offensive arsenal of Arizona. The Steelers get a nice upgrade at safety with Amani Hooker. The 49ers have questions at wide receiver and Riley Ridley should answer those questions. The Jets want to protect Sam Darnold and Ross Pierschbacher does just that. If you are worried about Leonard Fournette in Jacksonville then Trayveon Williams is a perfect compliment/insurance policy. The Bucs get a corner in David Long who I believe is a tremendous value in the 3rd round.

This was a very solid start to the 3rd round and shows just how much value can be had beyond rounds 1 and 2. This is the year for your team to have as many picks as possible because good to great players will be falling throughout the draft due to tremendous depth.

PickTeamPlayer
71Denver BroncosDax Raymond, TE, Utah State
72Cincinnati BengalsKaleb McGary, OT, Washington
73New England PatriotsKahale Warring, TE, SDSU
74Buffalo BillsJosh Jacobs, RB, Alabama
75Green Bay PackersBlake Cashman, LB, Minnesota
76Washington RedskinsElgton Jenkins, iOL, Ole Miss

A couple of tight ends off the board to teams with a need at the position. I like Dax Raymond a lot and feel as if he could be a great value for Denver. Kahale Warring certainly has the tools to be a solid starter in New England but he’ll have some Gronk sized shoes to fill.

Josh Jacobs is a very interesting pick to me. First of all, he’s not going in the 3rd round. This is how our guys feel about Josh Jacobs but he’s likely going higher than this. The landing spot, Buffalo, has a couple of elder statesmen in Frank Gore and LeSean McCoy along with the recently signed TJ Yeldon. With the ages of Gore and McCoy along with the brief terms of Yeldon’s contract (2 years), I see Jacobs as a very nice developmental pick for Buffalo.

PickTeamPlayer
77Carolina PanthersDaniel Jones, QB, Duke
78Miami DolphinsJaylon Ferguson, DE, Louisiana Tech
79Atlanta FalconsRock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple
80Cleveland BrownsBobby Okereke, LB, Stanford
81Minnesota VikingsRenell Wren, iDL, Arizona State
82Tennessee TitansWill Grier, QB, West Virginia

The two quarterbacks taken from picks 77-82 stand out to me. Daniel Jones to Carolina is notable because it stands as a reminder of where we’re at with QB Cam Newton. As the person who drafted Jones to Carolina, I’m worried about Cam big time. I don’t think Carolina has done a good enough job investing in the O-Line and they will need an insurance policy in case Cam goes down.

I have never been a fan of Marcus Mariota or Ryan Tannehill. I think it’s time for the Titans to think about moving on and Will Grier is a perfect replacement. He should see playing time this season considering how injury prone both Mariota and Tannehill are. Small shoutout to the Falcons taking Rock Ya-Sin. The corner out of Temple could slot in right away at one of the outer corner spots and start day 1.

PickTeamPlayer
83Pittsburgh SteelersUgochukwu Amandi, S, Oregon
84Seattle SeahawksD’Andre Walker, EDGE, Georgia
85Baltimore RavensLJ Collier, EDGE, TCU
86Houston TexansJoejuan Williams, CB, Vanderbilt
87Chicago BearsDavid Edwards, OT, Wisonsin
88Detroit LionsTerry McLaurin, WR, Ohio State

I’ll start with the Steelers taking yet another safety. I have been adamant about the Steelers needing secondary depth so I am totally ok with that pick. If Seattle does indeed trade Frank Clark then they will need help along the defensive line and D’Andre Walker is that help.

The Bears have no picks until pick 87 and they go…Tackle. The Bears don’t have many holes but if they make their fans wait that long just to take a tackle then there will be some eye rolling. David Edwards is a very solid pick however and should compete for playing time immediately or at the very least be a nice depth option. LOVE Terry McLaurin to Detroit. There’s the replacement for Golden Tate.

PickTeamPlayer
89Indianapolis ColtsOshane Ximines, EDGE, Old Diminion
90Dallas CowboysDarnell Savage, S, Maryland
91Los Angeles ChargersBobby Evans, OT, Oklahoma
92Kansas City ChiefsJoe Giles-Harris, LB, Duke

I’m a fan of all 4 picks here towards the back end of round 3. Oshane Ximines should add nicely to the depth of the Colts defensive line. I believe Cowboys fans will do a literal back flip if they are able to land Safety Darnell Savage. That would be a lethal addition to that secondary here in round 3. The Chargers are in need of O-Line help and they address it with Bobby Evans out of Oklahoma. The Chiefs need as much defensive help as they can get so no gripes from me about taking a linebacker.

PickTeamPlayer
93New York JetsJamel Dean, CB, Auburn
94Los Angeles RamsDru Samia, iOL, Oklahoma
95New York GiantsLonnie Johnson, CB, Kentucky
96Washington RedskinsWyatt Ray, EDGE, Boston College

I’ll start with the Jets addressing corner and they have to hope Dean out of Auburn develops into a starter because their corner depth is atrocious. Dru Samia added to the Rams’ offensive line is almost not even fair. My favorite pick in all of round 3 could quite possibly be Lonnie Johnson to the Giants at 95. That is tremendous value and he should compete for playing time right away.

That wraps up round 3 of our Final 2019 NFL Mock Draft. Be on the lookout for Round 2 dropping tomorrow and be sure to comment down below on what you think about Round 3!

The Final 2019 NFL Draft Mock: Round 4

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.