2013 NFL Draft results: Matt Barkley kicks off QB-heavy 4th round

Steve Dykes

Four quarterbacks were drafted in the fourth round of the 2013 NFL Draft, including Matt Barkley moving to Philadelphia.

The fourth round of the 2013 NFL Draft kicked off with perhaps the biggest name still left on the board. The Philadelphia Eagles traded up with the Jacksonville Jaguars to select USC quarterback Matt Barkley with the No. 98 overall pick. Barkley kicked off a run on quarterbacks. In the fourth, a total of four quarterbacks were drafted: Barkley (Eagles), Ryan Nassib (Giants), Tyler Wilson (Raiders) and Landry Jones (Steelers).

The fourth round also saw an onslaught of small school prospect get drafted. Valdosta State, William & Mary, James Madison, Cornell and Harvard were among the programs represented.

Here's the complete list of fourth-round selections:

Pick Team Player Position School
98. Philadelphia Eagles Matt Barkley Quarterback USC
99. Kansas City Chiefs Nico Johnson Linebacker Alabama
100. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Akeem Spence Defensive Tackle Illinois
101. Jacksonville Jaguars Ace Sanders Wide Receiver South Carolina
102. New England Patriots Josh Boyce Wide Receiver TCU
103. Arizona Cardinals Alex Okafor Defensive End Texas
104. Miami Dolphins Jelani Jenkins Linebacker Florida
105. Buffalo Williams Duke Williams Safety Nevada
106. Miami Dolphins Dion Sims Tight End Michigan State
107. Tennessee Titans Brian Schwenke Center California
108. Carolina Panthers Edmund Kugbila Guard Valdosta State
109. Green Bay Packers David Bakhtiari Offensive Tackle Colorado
110. New York Giants Ryan Nassib Quarterback Syracuse
111. Pittsburgh Steelers Shamarko Thomas Safety Syracuse
112. Oakland Wilson Tyler Wilson Quarterback Arkansas
113. St. Louis Rams Barrett Jones Center Alabama
114. Dallas Cowboys B.W. Webb Cornerback William & Mary
115. Pittsburgh Steelers Landry Jones Quarterback Oklahoma
116. Arizona Cardinals Larry Watford Guard James Madison
117. Chicago Bears Khaseem Greene Linebacker Rutgers
118. Cincinnati Bengals Sean Porter Linebacker Texas A&M
119. Washington Redskins Phillip Thomas Safety Fresno State
120. Minnesota Vikings Gerald Hodges Linebacker Penn State
121. Indianapolis Colts Khaled Holmes Center USC
122. Green Bay Packers J.C. Tretter Guard Cornell
123. Seattle Seahawks Chris Harper Wide Receiver Kansas State
124. Houston Texans Trevardo Williams Defensive End Connecticut
125. Green Bay Packers Johnathan Franklin Running Back UCLA
126. Tampa Bay Buccaneers William Gholston Defensive End Michigan State
127. Atlanta Falcons Malliciah Goodman Defensive End Clemson
128. San Francisco 49ers Quinton Patton Wide Receiver Louisiana Tech
129. Baltimore Ravens John Simon Defensive End Ohio State
130. Baltimore Ravens Kyle Juszczyk Fullback Harvard
131. San Francisco 49ers Marcus Lattimore Running Back South Carolina
132. Detroit Lions Devin Taylor Defensive End South Carolina
133. Atlanta Falcons Levine Toilolo Tight End Stanford

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