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.