NFL Draft 2014 Round 4 results: A.J. McCarron, Zach Mettenberger, Aaron Murray still waiting

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Two quarterbacks went in the fourth round, but a trio of SEC stars are still waiting to hear their names called.

SB Nation 2014 NFL Draft

There were some notable names taken in the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft, but so far Day 3 is about what names haven't been called. After 140 selections, the SEC quarterback trio of A.J. McCarron, Zach Mettenberger and Aaron Murray remain on the board.

Despite winning two national championships at Alabama, McCarron has failed to impress pro scouts and has been labeled a product of his college team. Both Mettenberger and Murray tore ACLs in 2013. In addition to the knee injury, Mettenberger has been plagued by rumors of a back injury and a diluted drug sample at the NFL Combine. Two quarterbacks were selected in Round 4 -- Virginia Tech's Logan Thomas and Pittsburgh's Tom Savage -- but the three SEC stars are still waiting.

The round began with a run on corners and safeties. Four of the first 10 picks were defensive backs, and a total of 13 went in the round as a whole. Notable among that group are cornerbacks Jaylen Watkins (Florida) and Ross Cockrell (Duke). Liberty corner Walt Aikens became the first non-combine player off the board at No. 125 to the Dolphins.

After no running backs were chosen in the opening round, 14 have been taken in the three rounds since. Devonta Freeman, the first 1,000-yard rusher at Florida State since Warrick Dunn, was the first off the board on Saturday, going No. 103 to the Atlanta Falcons. Ka'Deem Carey is heading to Chicago to back up Matt Forte and De'Anthony Thomas will be running behind Jamaal Charles in Kansas City.

Here are the complete results from Round 4.

Pick Team Player Position School
101 Philadelphia Eagles Jaylen Watkins CB Florida
102 Washington Redskins Bashaud Breeland CB Clemson
103 Atlanta Falcons Devonta Feeman RB Florida State
104 New York Jets Jalen Saunders WR Oklahoma
105 New England Patriots Bryan Stork C Florida State
106 San Francisco 49ers Bruce Ellington WR South Carolina
107 Oakland Raiders Justin Ellis DT Louisiana Tech
108 Seattle Seahawks Cassius Marsh DE UCLA
109 Buffalo Bills Ross Cockrell CB Duke
110 St. Louis Rams Maurice Alexander S Utah State
111 Cincinnati Bengals Russell Bodine C UNC
112 Tennessee Titans Daquan Jones DT Penn State
113 New York Giants Andre Williams RB Boston College
114 Jacksonville Jaguars Aaron Colvin CB Oklahoma
115 New York Jets Shaquelle Evans WR UCLA
116 Oakland Raiders Keith McGill CB Utah
117 Chicago Bears Ka'Deem Carey RB Arizona
118 Pittsburgh Steelers Martavis Bryant WR Clemson
119 Dallas Cowboys Anthony Hitchens OLB Iowa
120 Arizona Cardinals Logan Thomas QB Virginia Tech
121 Green Bay Carl Bradford OLB Arizona State
122 Tennessee Titans Marqueston Huff CB Wyoming
123 Seattle Seahawks Kevin Norwood WR Alabama
124 Kansas City Chiefs De'Anthony Thomas RB Oregon
125 Miami Dolphins Walt Aikens CB Liberty
126 New Orleans Saints Khairi Fortt OLB California
127 Cleveland Browns Pierre Desir CB Lindenwood
128 Carolina Panthers Tre Boston S UNC
129 San Francisco 49ers Dontae Johnson CB NC State
130 New England James White RB Wisconsin
131 Chicago Bears Brock Vereen S Minnesota
132 Seattle Seahawks Kevin Pierre-Louis OLB Boston College
133 Detroit Lions (compensatory) Nevin Lawson CB Utah State
134 Baltimore Ravens (compensatory) Brent Urban DE Virginia
135 Houston Texans (compensatory) Tom Savage QB Pittsburgh
136 Detroit Lions (compensatory) Larry Webster DE Bloomsburg
137 New York Jets (compensatory) Dakota Dozier OT Furman
138 Baltimore Ravens (compensatory) Lorenzo Taliaferro RB Coastal Carolina
139 Atlanta Falcons (compensatory) Prince Shembo OLB Notre Dame
140 New England Patriots (compensatory) Cameron Fleming OT Stanford

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