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SNS 2024 NFL Draft - Fourth Round Picks & Observations

101. Carolina

Ja'Tavion Sanders / TE / Texas

102. Denver (from Seattle through Washington)

Troy Franklin / WR / Oregon

103. New England

Layden Robinson / IOL / Texas A&M

104. Arizona

Dadrion Taylor-Demerson / S / Texas Tech

105. LA Chargers

Justin Eboigbe / IDL / Alabama

106. Tennessee

Cedric Gray / LB / North Carolina

107. NY Giants

Theo Johnson / TE / Penn State

108. Minnesota

Khyree Jackson / CB / Oregon

109. Atlanta

Brandon Dorlus / DL / Oregon

110. New England (from LA Chargers through Chicago)

Javon Baker / WR / UCF

111. Green Bay (from NY Jets)

Evan Williams / S / Oregon

112. Las Vegas

Decamerion Richardson / CB / Mississippi State

113. Baltimore (from Denver through NY Jets)

Devontez Walker / WR / North Carolina

114. Jacksonville

Javon Foster / OT / Missouri

115. Jacksonville (from Cincinnati)

Erick All / TE / Iowa

116. Jacksonville (from New Orleans)

Jordan Jefferson / IDL / LSU

117. Indianapolis

Tanor Bortolini / IOL / Wisconsin

118. Seattle

Tyrice Knight / LB / UTEP

119. Pittsburgh

Mason McCormick / IOL / South Dakota State

120. Miami (from Philadelphia through LA Rams & Pittsburgh)

Jaylen Wright / RB / Tennessee

121. Seattle (from Denver through Miami)

AJ Barner / TE / Michigan

122. Chicago (from Philadelphia)

Tory Taylor / P / Iowa

123. Houston (from Cleveland)

Cade Stover / TE / Ohio State

124. San Francisco (from Dallas)

Malik Mustapha / S / Wake Forest

125. Tampa Bay

Bucky Irving / RB / Oregon

126. Detroit (from NY Jets through Green Bay)

Giovanni Muni / OL / British Columbia (CAN)

127. Houston

Will Shipley / RB / Clemson

128. Buffalo

Ray Davis / RB / Kentucky

129. San Francisco (from NY Jets through Minnesota)

Isaac Guerendo / RB / Louisville

130. Baltimore

TJ Tampa / CB / Iowa State

131. Kansas City

Jared Wiley / TE / TCU

132. Detroit (from San Francisco; COMP)

Sione Vaki / RB-S / Utah

133. Kansas City (from Buffalo; COMP)

Jaden Hicks / S / Washingto State

134. NY Jets (from Baltimore; COMP)

Braelon Allen / RB / Wisconsin

135. San Francisco

Jacob Cowing / WR / Arizona

SNS 2024 NFL Draft - Fourth Round Observations & Notes

After six of the first 12 selections were QBs (an NFL record), no QBs were selected until the fifth round (#150)  - also an NFL record for longest span of picks between QBs selected (138 picks). No QBs were picked in round four, which is unusual considering that given a night to sleep on it, trades are common at the top of the fourth round.

Tennessee grabbed the best LB in this draft at #105, Cedric Gray, a fast, instinctive, and quick tackling machine. Gray works well inside and outside and holds up well against the run with the coverage chops to handle TEs and RBs in coverage. He breaks down well in the open field and is durable and reliable. Outstanding selection.

RBs became a hot commodity in the fourth round. Starting with pick #125 and ending with pick #134, 5.5 RBs were selected (5.5? More on that in a second). Irving is quicker than fast and fits a need in Tampa. Shipley has three years of solid production in the ACC and gives Houston a challenger to Dameon Price as RB #1. Davis provides a high quality #3 RB in Buffalo. Guerendo gives the Niners a great change of pace back behind Christian McCaffrey. Allen is a horse with power and drive and gives the Jets another good RB. Finally, the Lions drafted human utility knife, Sione Vaki of Utah. Vaki played primarily as a safety in college but looked dynamic as a change of pace RB for the Utes. He should excel as a special teams player and give the Lions a versatile piece to play with. Vaki has a Dan Campbell like personality and fits the team culture well.

Speaking of the Lions, Detroit took a flyer on a player that most had never heard of - Giovanni Muni from British Columbia, Canada. But the Lions had Muni in for an official visit and worked him out, so due diligence was conducted. The fact the Lions traded up to acquire him indicates that interest around the league was high. And for good reason. A multi-year starter at OLT, he has extremely long arms, light feet, and natural athleticism. He will need significant development as his level of football played is quite low. But he has talent and upside to be developed.

The NFL Draft may be over but at SNS, we are just getting started! Over the next couple of weeks, SNS will do a deep and thorough review and analysis of the entire NFL Draft, including an assessment of all 32 NFL teams' drafts and UDFA acquisitions, and keep track of the hundreds of prospects who could make NFL rosters as free agents.

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