NFL Draft 2011: Recapping Every Fourth Round Pick

The 2011 NFL draft continues into day three. Check out a recap of every fourth round pick.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Full Fourth Round Pick List

The third day of the 2011 NFL Draft began with the fourth round as the Carolina Panthers got the action started by picking Brandon Hogan. It was a day for hidden gems, adding depth and pointless trades as teams looked to fill-in holes and find the next Tom Brady. Where Thursday and Friday were all about the spotlight and future stars, Saturday was for the hardcore.

Here is the full set of fourth round picks from Saturday.

1 Carolina Brandon Hogan (CB) W Virginia
2 Seattle K.J. Wright (OLB) Miss St
3 Buffalo Da'Norris Searcy (S) UNC
4 Cincinnati Clint Boling (OG) Georgia
5 Cleveland Jordan Cameron (TE) USC
6 Arizona Sam Acho (DE) Texas
7 Tampa Bay  Luke Stocker (TE) Tennessee
8 Washington  Roy Helu (RB) Nebraska
9 Minnesota Christian Ballard (DT) Iowa
10 Seattle  Kris Durham (WR) Georgia
11 Denver  Quinton Carter (S) Oklahoma
12 Tennessee Colin McCarthy (ILB) Miami
13 Dallas David Arkin (OG) SW Mo St
14 Miami Edmond Gates (WR) Ab Christian
15 St. Louis Gregory Salas (WR) Hawaii
16 Oakland Chimdi Chekwa (CB) Ohio St
17 Jacksonville Cecil Shorts (WR) Mt Union
18 San Francisco Kendall Hunter (RB) Oklahoma St
19 Philadelphia  Casey Matthews (ILB) Oregon
20 NY Giants James Brewer (OT) Indiana
21 Kansas City Jalil Brown (CB) Colorado
22 Indianapolis Delone Carter (RB) Syracuse
23 Philadelphia Alex Henery (K) Nebraska
24 Jacksonville Christopher Prosinski (S) Wyoming
25 Buffalo Chris Hairston (OT) Clemson
26 Baltimore Tandon Doss (WR) Indiana
27 Cleveland  Owen Marecic (FB) Stanford
28 Oakland  Taiwan Jones (RB) E Wash
29 NY Jets Bilal Powell (RB) Louisville
30 Houston  Rashad Carmichael (CB) Va Tech
31 Pittsburgh Cortez Allen (CB) The Citadel
32 Denver  Julius Thomas (TE) Portland St
33 Tennessee Jamie Harper (RB) Clemson
34 Green Bay Davon House (CB) New Mexico St

The 2011 NFL Draft is in the books. Check out the rest of this StoryStream for seventh round picks and analysis. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth rounds.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Green Bay Packers Close Out Fourth Round

The 2011 NFL draft continues with the fourth round. Here's a look at picks 128-131, closing out the fourth round:

128. Pittsburgh Steelers select CB Cortez Allen. Coming out of Citadel, Allen was a two-time second-team All-SoCon selection. He had 22 tackles and two picks in 2010 and will join a Steelers secondary in need of a little help.

129. Denver Broncos select TE Julius Thomas. This pick came on a trade as the Broncos traded their 141st and 186th picks to the Packers for their 129th and 204th pick. Thomas is a 6'5", 246-pound tight end out of Portland State. 

130. Tennessee Titans select RB Jamie Harper. Out of Clemson, he ran the 40-yard dash in 4.59 seconds and produced over 1,300 yards on the ground last year. 

131. Green Bay Packers select CB Davon House. Out of New Mexico State, House was a two-time All-WAC selection and finished his career with 202 tackles and 11 interceptions (three of which went for touchdowns).

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft will all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, and third rounds.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Ravens Take Tandon Doss, Browns Select Owen Marecic

As the 2011 NFL draft moves into the fourth round, let's examine picks 123-127:

123. Baltimore Ravens select WR Tandon Doss of Indiana. Doss was regarded as one of the best values remaining as we entered the third day of the draft, and could team with Torrey Smith to give the Ravens a strong young wide receiving corps.

124. Cleveland Browns select FB Owen Marecic of Stanford. The Browns are cornering the market on tough white running backs: Marecic is a nasty blocker who could open holes for Peyton Hillis for years to come.

125. Oakland Raiders select RB Taiwan Jones of Eastern Washington. Jones is fast. So it's really a huge surprise that the speed-loving Raiders snagged him.

126. New York Jets select RB Bilal Powell of Louisville. Powell turned into Louisville's go-to offensive weapon late in his career, but enters a loaded Jets backfield.

127. Houston Texans select CB Rashad Carmichael of Virginia Tech. Houston's secondary needs fixing, and badly, and Carmichael, a productive player for the Hokies on a deep defense, could help.

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft will all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, and third rounds.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Eagles Take First Kicker Off The Board

The 2011 NFL draft continues in the fourth round. Here's a look at picks 118-122:

118. Kansas City Chiefs select CB Jalil Brown. Out of Coloradoo, Brown was an All-Big 12 honorable mention. He's the lesser-known Colorado cornerback after CB Jimmy Smith. Brown joins a talented cornerback crew that includes CB Brandon Carr and CB Brandon Flowers. He has solid size at 6'1" and 204 pounds. 

119. Indianapolis Colts select RB Delone Carter. Out of Syracuse, Carter rushed 231 times for 1,233 yards last year. He's 5'9", 222 pounds so he has a little punch on his running style.

120. Philadelphia Eagles select K Alex Henery. This is our first kicker of the draft and the fourth round is awfully high for this position. He's an AP All-American out of Nebraska and landed on the All-Big 12 second team. He has 397 career points which is tops in Nebraska history.

121. Jacksonville Jaguars select S Chris Prosinski. Out of Wyoming, he was a second team All-MWC player and has has 199 tackles in his career as well as five picks and four forced fumbles. 

122. Buffalo Bills select  OL Chris Hairston. The Bills look to upgrade that offensive line. With the C.J. Spiller pick last year, I'd say that's a good idea. 

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft will all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, and third rounds.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Kendall Hunter Off Board To 49ers, Casey Matthews To Eagles

As the 2011 NFL draft moves into the fourth round, let's examine picks 113-117:

113. Oakland Raiders select CB Chimdi Chekwa of Ohio State. Chekwa can be an adequate NFL corner, and has the speed to run with NFL wideouts, but there are concerns about his ability to wrap up ballcarriers.

114. Jacksonville Jaguars select WR Cecil Shorts of Mount Union. Shorts is a small-school star who was super-productive for Mount Union as both a receiver and a returner. Expect to hear Pierre Garcon's name brought up often as a comparable, despite some physical differences.

115. San Francisco 49ers select RB Kendall Hunter of Oklahoma State. Hunter can be a big play threat in the running game, and was very productive throughout his career in Stillwater.

116. Philadelphia Eagles select LB Casey Matthews of Oregon. Brother of Packers demon Clay could be a playmaker as a rush end, but lacks top-end size.

117. New York Giants select OT James Brewer of Indiana. Brewer is big and athletic (he's a former basketball player) but may need some work on technique at the NFL level.

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft will all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, and third rounds.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: St. Louis Rams Find Receiver On Day Three

The 2011 NFL draft continues into the fourth round. Here's a look at picks 108-112:

108. Denver Broncos select S Quinton Carter. Solid pick for Denver, who continues to bolster their secondary. He's a two-time All-Big 12 selection and adds some more youth to a secondary unit that could use some fresh talent. He's 6'1" and weighs 208 pounds.

109. Tennessee Titans select OLB Colin McCarthy. Out of Miami, McCarthy had 120 tackles last year (3rd in ACC). On his career, he's been very productive with 305 tackles, 35 of them for a loss, five sacks and three picks. He's 6'1" and 238 pounds.

110. Dallas Cowboys select G David Arkin. He was a four-time All-Missouri Valley selection out of Missouri State and started all 44 games in his career. That means the Cowboys have tons of tape on him and know what they're getting. 

111. Miami Dolphins select WR Edmond Gates. He's a small-school receiver out of Abilene Christian. He had 66 receptions for over 1,100 yards last year and he gets a lot of those yards through his 4.37 40-yard dash speed. He's a speedster for the Dolphins.

112. St. Louis Rams select WR Greg Salas. Out of Hawaii, Salas is a two-time first-team All-WAC selection. He had a school record 4,345 yards in his career and saved his best for last with 214 receiving yards in his final college game.  The Rams needed a receiver and they finally select one.

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft will all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, and third rounds.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Bucs Trade Up With Eagles, Select Luke Stocker

As the 2011 NFL draft moves into the fourth round, let's examine picks 103-107:

103. Arizona Cardinals select DE Sam Acho of Texas. Acho was a well-rounded defensive end in college and poses no character risks whatsoever. May not be a dynamic pass-rusher for Arizona, but he's definitely relentless. 

104. Tampa Bay Buccaneers select TE Luke Stocker of Tennessee. The Bucs continue to get good players in this draft, snagging Stocker's very good pass-catching skills with a fourth-round pick. The Buccaneers traded up with the Eagles to make this selection, getting the 104th pick and sending Philadelphia the 116th pick and a fourth-round selection in 2012.

105. Washington Redskins select RB Roy Helu of Nebraska. Helu's as quintessential a downhill runner as there was in college football in 2010, and if he can improve his quickness, he could be a factor in Mike Shanahan's zone-blocking scheme. The Redskins traded the 127th, 144th, and 152nd picks in the 2011 NFL Draft to the Texans to acquire the 105th pick and the 178th pick.

106. Minnesota Vikings select DE Christian Ballard of Iowa. The Vikings add a solid defender who made plays for a deep Iowa defensive line. Could go well with a defensive line that has its share of playmakers already.

107. Seattle Seahawks select WR Kris Durham of Georgia. A puzzling pick from the Seahawks: Durham benefited greatly from being across the field from A.J. Green in college, and may not have NFL-caliber skills.

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft will all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, and third rounds.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Bengals Bolster Offensive Line With Clint Boling

The 2011 NFL draft moves into the fourth round. Here's a look at picks 98-102:

98. Carolina Panthers select DB Brandon Hogan. He's a solid player out of West Virginia but he has some baggage with some previous off-the-field issues. A risk, but it could be worth it.

99. Seattle Seahawks select LB K.J. Wright. He can play in the 3-4 and 4-3 and has some versatility. Solid overall player.

100. Buffalo Bills select S Da'Norris Searcy. He's been described as a "natural ball hawk" and a guy that's around big plays. The Bills continue adding pieces to their secondary after CB Aaron Williams in round two.

101. Cincinnati Bengals select G Clint Boling. I love this pick for the Bengals as he was arguably the best available player heading into day three. He's from Georgia so he's played against the best competition in the country.

102. Cleveland Browns select TE Jordan Cameron. The Browns get some offensive help for QB Colt McCoy.

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft will all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, and third rounds.

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NFL Draft 2011, Round 4: Best Available Players Remaining

The 2011 NFL draft continues into the fourth round and there are plenty of good available players that remain. The fourth round is prime area to upgrade the interior offensive line and find some potential starters as well as developmental players. 

SB Nation's Mocking The Draft has a list of the best remaining players. Here's a snap shot of the top 10 remaining: G Clint Boling, DE Sam Acho, LB Quan Sturdivant, WR Edmund Gates, OT Marcus Cannon, DE Christian Ballard, G DeMarcus Love, TE Virgil Green, RB Johnny White and OT Chris Hairston.

The name that stands out to me is Ballard. He was talked about as a guy that could sneak into the first round. He comes from a well-coached program and could help a team out quickly. Acho also stands out to me as well considering he was a productive player against some of the best competition in the country. 

One other name to keep an eye on is Iowa QB Ricky Stanzi. There's been a little buzz about him and he's still on the board. If the Patriots hadn't picked QB Ryan Mallett in round three, I would predict they'd be the team to get Stanzi. I think he's got a shot to be a quality player to keep an eye on where he lands.

There are lots of good players remaining and someone will undoubtedly find a steal in the fourth round. 

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NFL Draft 2011, Round 4: Time, TV Schedule, Draft Order

The 2011 NFL draft rolls on into the third day with the fourth through seventh rounds. We had the first round on Thursday night and then the second and third rounds made up day two.

So now we move onto the fourth round where the action will be coming fast and furious. There are five minutes between each pick and this is the time when most fans start seeing their team select players they haven't heard of. That is of course unless you're a serious draftnik.

The action on Saturday will be televised on NFL Network and ESPN. You can also watch the draft online (which I recommend) at NFL.com.

We have a lot of things to keep you busy while we wait for the 12:00 p.m. (ET) start time on the day's picks. First here's a summary of every pick in each round: first round draft pickssecond round draft picks and third round draft picks

SB Nation's has a complete list of the best available players remaining.

Here's the updated NFL draft order for round four: 

98) Carolina 
99) Seattle (from New England via Denver) 
100) Buffalo
101) Cincinnati
102) Cleveland
103) Arizona
104) Philadelphia (from Washington) 
105) Houston
106) Minnesota 
107) Seattle (from Detroit) 
108) Denver (from San Francisco) 
109) Tennessee 
110) Dallas
111) Miami
112) St. Louis 
113) Oakland
114) Jacksonville
115) San Francisco (from San Diego) 
116) Tampa bay
117) New York Giants 
118) Kansas City
119) Indianapolis
120) Philadelphia
121) Jacksonville (from New Orleans) 
122) Buffalo (from Seattle) 
123) Baltimore
124) Cleveland (from Atlanta) 
125) Oakland (from New England) 
126) New York Jets 
127) Washington (from Chicago) 
128) Pittsburgh 
129) Green Bay 
130) Tennessee (compensatory) 
131) Green Bay (compensatory)    

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