4.1 Philadelphia Eagles (From Houston)—Jaylen Watkins (CB Florida)
Analysis: Watkins was the best corner for Florida last season and should be the third or fourth corner for the Eagles, who needed far more depth when opponents spread the field out.
4.2 Washington—Bashaud Breeland (CB Clemson)
Analysis: I thought Breeland was a possible second-round pick, so I like the value here. He's a size-speed guy who's only had a short time as a starter at the collegiate level. His best football could be ahead of him.
4.3 Atlanta Falcons—Devonta Freeman (RB Florida State)
Analysis: Freeman's upside is likely limited because of his short stature, but he's a talented runner who can be a home-run hitter at the running back position—something the Falcons didn't have last season. Very, very physical. (Check out Matt Miller's Grade via Team Stream Now.)
4.4 New York Jets (From TB)—Jalen Saunders (WR Oklahoma)
Analysis: Extremely small—both height and bulk—but a potentially explosive athlete in the mold of a Dexter McCluster. The Jets will look to get the ball in his hands and let him do some magic afterward.
4.5 New England Patriots (From JAX)—Bryan Stork (C Florida State)
Analysis: I had a draftable grade on Stork, but not much higher than that. He's all-around average, and he'll need to maintain his high motor in order to "steal" some matchups at the next level. Not a clear plus in either run- or pass-blocking.
4.6 San Francisco 49ers (From CLE)—Bruce Ellington (WR South Carolina)
Analysis: Another great value pick for the 49ers, who get a player many had pegged in the second or third round. He's got great movement (was a point guard on the basketball team), but he'll need polish before he contributes in a big way. (Check out Matt Miller's grade via Team Stream Now.)
4.7 Oakland Raiders—Justin Ellis (DT Louisiana Tech)
Analysis: The Raiders are having a fantastic draft, and this is another fantastic pick. Ellis is a big boy at over 330 pounds, but he's got great footwork and can get up the field quickly.
4.8 Seattle Seahawks (From MIN)—Cassius Marsh (DE UCLA)
Analysis: I don't see the upside here. The Seahawks are infinitely better at identifying middle-round talent than I am, but Marsh is a guy who can play multiple positions at an average level, but nothing extremely well. Benefited from having Anthony Barr across from him this past season.
4.9 Buffalo Bills—Ross Cockrell (CB Duke)
Analysis: A really physical zone-corner, Cockrell will need to add some substantial weight before he makes an impact on the league.
4.10 St. Louis Rams—Mo Alexander (S Utah State)
Analysis: A huge safety who can punish people both in coverage and in run support.
4.11 Cincinnati Bengals (From SEA/DET)—Russell Bodine (C North Carolina)
Analysis: The Bengals moved up to get a guy who can play guard or center for them. Really good against power pass-rushers but will struggle with speed. (Check out Matt Miller's grade via Team Stream Now.)
4.12 Tennessee Titans—DaQuan Jones (DT Penn State)
Analysis: Great value here for the Titans, getting a guy who can play one- or three-technique for them. Motor and weight-control are going to be issues, but he's just so, so strong.
4.13 New York Giants—Andre Williams (RB Boston College)
Analysis: Battering ram-type back who really seems to only have one gear. He's got a chance to be productive in the NFL, but I don't think he'll match his college game.
4.14 Jacksonville Jaguars (From BAL)—Aaron Colvin (CB Oklahoma)
Analysis: Colvin was one of the best corners in the class before an injury at the Senior Bowl. Fantastic value here for the Jaguars. He's slight, but if he can get and stay healthy, he can be a starting CB at a high level.
4.15 New York Jets—Shaq Evans (WR UCLA)
Analysis: Here's a nice pick with size for the Jets. Evans isn't a burner, but I love his physicality, and he catches the ball away from his body. Doesn't really have a top gear, though.
4.16 Oakland Raiders (From MIA)—Keith McGill (CB Utah State)
Analysis: Legitimately glad that McGill didn't go much higher in the draft, because he'd had some buzz around the all-star game circuit because he's a bigger corner. He's not physical, though, and is more of a gambler than a press-corner.
4.17 Chicago Bears—Ka'Deem Carey (RB Arizona)
Analysis: Productive runner, yes, but more of a build-up guy than explosive. Not a lot of wiggle, but can pass-protect and catch.
4.18 Pittsburgh Steelers—Martavis Bryant (WR Clemson)
Analysis: Love this pick, as Bryant is a size-speed prospect with a ton of upside. He could easily mature into the X receiver for the Steelers and end up as a very productive weapon for the Steelers offense. (Check out Matt Miller's grade via Team Stream Now.)
4.19 Dallas Cowboys—Anthony Hitchens (OLB Iowa)
Analysis: I didn't have a draftable grade on Hitchens, who is a productive player but doesn't have plus skills in any one area. The Cowboys will hope he continues to make strides and have the game-changing plays he had in the Big Ten, but I don't think he'll be more than a special teamer.
4.20 Arizona Cardinals—Logan Thomas (QB Virginia Tech)
Analysis: Right now, Thomas is hardly a QB, and some even want to convert him to tight end. However, all the tools are there for Thomas to be the next Cam Newton, and he's got a great mentor in Bruce Arians and can sit behind Carson Palmer for two (or more) years. (Check out Matt Miller's grade via Team Stream Now.)
4.21 Green Bay Packers—Carl Bradford (OLB Arizona State)
Analysis: Short but bulky and very strong. Great tackler and can shed blockers, but he isn't much of a pass-rusher and won't be plus in coverage at the next level.
4.22 Tennessee Titans (From PHI)—Marqueston Huff (DB Wyoming)
Analysis: A smaller safety (could play CB) who is very raw, the Titans are going to love his range because he will get to every play—whether or not he then makes the play is a question mark, as he doesn't have great tackling or ball skills.
4.23 Seattle Seahawks (From CIN)—Kevin Norwood (WR Alabama)
Analysis: Tall and strong possession receiver who is both reliable and can create cushion with his route-running.
4.24 Kansas City Chiefs—De'Anthony Thomas (RB Oregon)
Analysis: A jitterbug of a back who the Chiefs will use to fill the Dexter McCluster role they have had in the past. Not a well-rounded guy, but he's fast and can catch.
4.25 Miami Dolphins (From SD)—Walt Aikens (CB Liberty)
Analysis: Small school defensive back who is really raw and lacks top-flight athleticism, but he's very physical and loves to press at the line. He's a project, but he has the tools to be productive on Sundays.
4.26 New Orleans Saints—Khairi Fortt (OLB California)
Analysis: A better athlete than a linebacker, Fortt can be an immediate special teams boost, but don't rule him out as a potential starter in a year or two. He's got potential both as a pass-rusher and as a traditional chase-and-tackle/cover linebacker.
4.27 Cleveland Browns (From IND)—Pierre Desir (CB Lindenwood)
Analysis: I felt there was a small chance that Desir (who I had a clear second-round grade on) could've sneaked into the first, so he's a great value here. A very-hard worker, mature and is a playmaker in coverage. (Read about Desir's journey to the NFL.)
4.28 Carolina Panthers—Tre Boston (S North Carolina)
Analysis: An undersized in-the-box safety, Boston can be a plus special teamer in the NFL, but he's a 'tweener in the sense that he could potentially play corner, strong or free safety, but probably won't be a starter anywhere.
4.29 San Francisco 49ers—Dontae Johnson (CB North Carolina State)
Analysis: Johnson isn't a plus-starter anytime soon, but he plays a lot like like those "Legion of Boom" defensive backs up in Seattle. He throws himself around, and that's the kind of player Jim Harbaugh wants in his secondary.
4.30 New England Patriots—James White (RB Wisconsin)
Analysis: Good (not great) value here, as White is a good speed back/slasher who was also a surprising pass-blocker in Senior Bowl practices. (Check out Matt Miller's grade via TeamStream Now)
4.31 Chicago Bears (From DEN—Brock Vereen (FS Minnesota)
Analysis: Fantastic instincts in coverage and a natural-born leader. Vereen is small and not much of a hitter in run-support, but he's a good special teams player and might end up as a plus in coverage in the NFL as well.
4.32 Seattle Seahawks—Kevin Pierre-Louis (OLB Boston College)
Analysis: Smaller player (for an LB) with little strength, but a whole lot of speed, athleticism and hops. He's got potential as a pass-coverage/weakside linebacker.
4.33 Detroit Lions—Nevin Lawson (CB Utah State)
Analysis: One of the most physical corners I've ever graded—even to a fault.
4.34 Baltimore Ravens—Brent Urban (DT Virginia)
Analysis: Super tall, lean interior pass-rusher who fits in the 3-4 as a defensive end.
4.35 Houston Texans—Tom Savage (QB Pittsburgh)
Analysis: Savage had some big fans in the pre-draft process, but he's a better thrower than a passer or quarterback right now and is a long-term developmental guy at best. (Check out Matt Miller's grade via TeamStream Now)
4.36 Detroit Lions—Larry Webster (DE Bloomsburg University)
Analysis: More of an athlete than a football player right now, some even like the idea of moving Webster to tight end (though, after drafting Eric Ebron, the Lions likely won't). His father played under the same coaching tree that runs the Lions defense.
4.37 New York Jets—Dakota Dozier (OL Furman)
Analysis: A mauler at the point of attack who will probably move to guard. I believe the sky is the limit here, and he could be an impact player pretty early if the Jets are willing to deal with the mistakes.
4.38 Baltimore Ravens—Lorenzo Taliaferro (RB Coastal Carolina)
Analysis: Better running backs were on the board, but a lot of people like Taliaferro's all-around athleticism. Build-up runner.
4.39 Atlanta Falcons—Prince Shembo (LB Notre Dame)
Analysis: An outside linebacker in the Falcons 3-4 look, Shembo lacks the flexibility and lateral athleticism to be more than the sum of his parts.
4.40 New England Patriots—Cameron Fleming (OT Stanford)
Analysis: Really big and athletic for a right tackle prospect. Had a late-second round grade on him and I think he can start in the NFL soon. Could also move inside to guard for the Patriots. (Check out Matt Miller's grade via TeamStream Now)