Live Draft Blog: Rounds 4-7

The Raiders seem to have gotten the guys they wanted in the first three rounds. With their top pick at 48 they chose the man they were supposed to pick in Penn State center Stefen Wisniewski. In the third round they chose the fastest guy in the draft with Miami cornerback DeMarcus Van Dyke. Then they traded their 2011 seventh round (no. 219) and 2012 second round pick to the Patriots to get another round three and round four pick this draft. They used the extra round three pick on offensive tackle Joseph Barksdale out of LSU.

The Raiders had needs on the offensive line and in the secondary coming into the draft and thus far they are drafting that way. They will take more offensive lineman in this draft. As Hue said, they just need “more bodies” along the line. They will also need to look at safety, outside linebacker, tight end, and defensive end.

Now the team has two picks in the fourth round to go along with a pick in the fifth, sixth, and one in round seven to give them a current total of five picks on the third day.

It should be a fun day and we will keep you updated on all the picks as they happen and add commentary along the way so stay with us. It is going to go by quickly.

The Carolina Panthers are on the clock with the first pick of the fourth round.

98. Carolina Panthers

Brandon Hogan, CB, West Virginia

99. Seattle Seahawks (from Broncos thru Patriots)

KJ Wright, LB, Mississipi State

100. Buffalo Bills

Da’Norris Searcy, DB, North Carolina

101. Cincinnati Bengals

Clint Boling, OG, Georgia

102. Cleveland Browns

Jordan Cameron, TE, USC

103. Arizona Cardinals

Sam Acho, OLB, Texas

104. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Redskins thru Eagles)

Luke Stocker, TE, Tennessee

105. Washington Redskins

Roy Helu Jr, RB, Nebraska

106. Minnesota Vikings

Christian Ballard, DE, Iowa

107. Seattle Seahawks (from Lions)

Kris Durham, WR, Georgia

108. Denver Broncos (from 49ers)

Quinton Carter, S, Oklahoma

109. Tennessee Titans

Colin McCarthy, LB, Miami

110. Dallas Cowboys

David Arkin, OG, Missouri State

111. Miami Dolphins

Edmund Gates, WR, Abilene Christian

112. St Louis Rams

Greg Salas, WR, Hawaii

113. Oakland Raiders

Chimdi Chekwa, CB, Ohio State

114. Jacksonville Jaguars

Cecil Shorts, WR, Mount Union

115. San Franciso 49ers (from Chargers)

Kendall Hunter, RB, Oklahoma State

116. Philadelphia Eagles (from buccaneers) 

Casey Matthews, LB, Oregon

117. New York Giants

James Brewer, OT, Indiana

118. Kansas City Chiefs

Jalil Brown, DB, Colorado

119. Indianapolis Colts

Delone Carter, RB, Syracuse

120. Philadelphia Eagles

Alex Henery, K, Nebraska

121. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Saints)

Chris Prosinski, DB, Wyoming

122. Buffalo Bills (from Seahawks)

Chris Hairston, OT, Clemson

123. Baltimore Ravens

Tanden Doss, WR, Indiana

124. Cleveland Browns (from Falcons)

Owen Marecic, FB, Stanford

125. Oakland Raiders

Taiwan Jones, RB, Eastern Washington

126. New York Jets

Bilal Powell, RB, Louisville

127. Houston Texans (from Bears thru Redskins)

Rashad Carmichael, DB, Virginia Tech

128. Pittsburgh Steelers

Cortez Allen, CB, Citadel

129. Denver Broncos (from Packers)

Julius Thomas, TE, Portland State

130. Tennessee Titans (compensatory)

Jamie Harper, RB, Clemson

131. Green Bay Packers (compensatory)

Davon House, CB, New Mexico State

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132. Carolina Panthers

Kealoha Pilares, WR, Hawaii

133. Buffalo Bills

Johnny White, RB, North Carolina

134. Cincinnati Bengals

Robert Sands, FS, West Virginia

135. Kansas City Chiefs (from Broncos thru Buccaneers)

Ricky Stanzi, QB, Iowa

136. Arizona Cardinals

Anthony Sherman, FB, Connecticut

137. Cleveland Browns

Buster Skrine, CB, Tennessee-Chattanooga

138. New England Patriots (from Texans)

Marcus Cannon, OT, TCU 

139. Minnesota Vikings

Brandon Burton, DB, Utah

140. Kansas City Chiefs (from Lions)

Gabe Miller, DE, Oregon State

141. Green Bay Packers (from 49ers thru Broncos)

D.J. Williams, TE, Arkansas

142. Tennesse Titans

Karl Klug, DE, Iowa

143. Dallas Cowboys

Josh Thomas, CB, Buffalo

144. Houston Texans (from Redskins)

Shiloh Keo, S, Idaho

145. Atlanta Falcons (from Rams)

Jacquizz Rodgers, RB, Oregon State

146. Washington Redskins (from Miami)

Dejon Gomez, S, Nebraska

147. Jacksonville Jaguars

Rod Issac, DB, Middle Tennessee State

148. Oakland Raiders

Denarius Moore, WR, Tennessee

149. Philadelphia Eagles (from Chargers)

Dion Lewis, RB, Pittsburgh

150. Cleveland Browns (from Minnesota thru Giants)

Jason Pinkston, OL, Pittsburgh

151. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Ahmad Black, S, Florida

152. Houston Texans (From Colts thru Redskins)

TJ Yates, QB, North Carolina

153. NY Jets (from Eagles)

Jeremy Kerley, WR, TCU

Kerley is the third TCU WR drafted in 2011

154. Seattle Seahawks (from Chiefs thru Lions)

Richard Sherman, QB, Stanford

155. Washington Redskins (from Saints)

Niles Paul, WR, Nebraska

156. Seattle Seahawks

Mark LeGree, FS, Appalachian State

157. Detroit Lions (from Ravens thru Seahawks)

Douglas Hogue, LB, Syracuse

158. St Louis Rams (from Falcons)

Jermale Hines, DB, Ohio State

159. New England Patriots

Lee Smith, TE, Marshall

The Patriots drafted two tight ends last year and now they draft another here. How many TE do they think they need?

160. Chicago Bears

Nathan Enderle, QB, Idaho

161. Philadelphia Eagles (from Jets)

Julian Vandervelde, OG, Iowa

162. Pittsburgh Steelers

Chris Carter, OLB, Fresno State

163. San Francisco 49ers (from Packers)

Daniel Kilgore, OG, Appalachian State

164. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory)

Chykie Brown, CB, Texas 

165. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory)

Pernell Mcphee, DT, Mississippi

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166. Carolina Panthers

Lawrence Wilson, LB, Connecticut

167. Cincinnati Bengals

Ryan Whalen, WR, Stanford

168. Vikings (from Broncos thru Browns)

Demarcus Love, OT, Arkansas

169. Buffalo Bills

Chris White, LB, Mississippi State

170. Minnesota Vikings (from Browns)

Mistral Raymond, DB, South Florida

171. Arizona Cardinals

Quan Sturdivant, LB, North Carolina

172. Minnesota Vikings

Brandon Fusco, OG, Slippery Rock

173. Seattle Seahawks (from Lions)

Byron Maxwell, DB, Clemson

174. Miami Dolphins (from 49ers thru Packers)

Charles Clay, TE, Tulsa

175. Tennessee Titans

Byron Stingly, OT, Louisville

176. Dallas Cowboys 

Dwayne Harris, WR, East Carolina

177. Washington Redskins

Evan Royster, RB, Penn State 

178. Washington Redskins (from Texans)

Aldrick Robinson, WR, SMU

179. Green Bay Packers (from Dolphins)

Caleb Schlauderaff, OL, Utah

180. Baltimore Ravens (from Rams)

Tyrod Taylor, QB, Virginia Tech

181. Oakland Raiders

Richard Gordon, TE, Miami 

Gordon is a big guy at 6-4, 265. He is a blocking tight end primarily. The Raiders needed a blocking tight end so this is an expected  pick.

182. San Francisco 49ers (from Jaguar)

Ronald Johnson, WR, USC

183. San Diego Chargers

Jordan Todman, RB, Connecticut

184. Arizona Cardinals (from Buccaneers thru Eagles)

David Carter, DT, UCLA

185. New York Giants

Greg Jones, LB, Michigan State

186. Green Bay Packers (from Eagles thru Lions and Broncos)

DJ Smith, LB, Appalachian State

187. Buccaneers (from Chiefs)

Allen Bradford, RB, USC

188. Indianapolis Colts

Chris L Rucker, DB, Michigan State

189. Denver Broncos (from Saints thru Patriots)

Mike Mohomed, LB, California

190. San Francisco 49ers (from Seahawks)

Colin Jones, DB, TCU

191. Philadelphia Eagles (from Ravens)

Jason Kelce, OL, Cincinnati

192. Atlanta Falcons

Matt Bosher, K/P, Miami (fl.)

193. Philadelphia Eagles (from Ravens)

Brian Rolle, OLB, Ohio State

194. New England Patriots (From Jets thru Eagles)

Markell Carter, OLB Central Arkansas

195. Chicago Bears

James Thomas, LB, West Virginia

196. Pittburgh Steelers

Keith Williams, OL, Nebraska

197. Green Bay Packers

Ricky Elmore, DE, Arizona

198. New York Giants

Tyler Sash, CB, Iowa

199. Kansas City Chiefs

Jerell Powe, DT, Ole Miss

200. Minnesota Vikings

Ross Horman, LB, Ohio State

201. San Diego Chargers

Stephen Schilling, G, Michigan

202. New York Giants

Jacquian Williams, LB, USF

203. Carolina Panthers

Zachary Williams, OL, Washington State

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204. Denver Broncos

Virgil Green, TE, Nevada

205. Seattle Seahawks 
Lazarius Levingston, DL LSU 

206. Buffalo Bills

Justin Rogers
, CB, Richmond

207. Cincinnati Bengals

Korey Lindsey, CB, Southern Illinois

208. New York Jets (from Cardinals)

Greg McElroy, QB, Alabama

Some Raiders fans wanted McElroy to come in a develop behind Jason Campbell. Now he’s stuck sitting behind Mark “dirty” Sanchez
 
209. Detroit Lions (from Browns thru Seahawks)

Johnny Culbreath, OT, South Carolina State 

210. Atlanta Falcons (from Lions)

Andrew Jackson, OL, Fresno State

211. San Francisco 49ers

Bruce Miller, DE, Central Florida

212. Tennessee Titans

Zach Clayton, DT, Auburn

AKA the guy that is NOT Nick Fairly

213. Washington Redskins

Brandyn Thompson, CB, Boise State

214. Houston Texans

Derek Newton, OL, Arkansas State

215. Minnesota Vikings

D’Aundre Reed, DE, Arizona

216. St. Louis Rams

Mikail Baker, DB, Baylor

217. Washington Redskins

Maurice Hurt, OL, Florida

218. Green Bay Packers (from Jaguars thru Dolphins)

Ryan Taylor, TE, North Carolina

219. New England Patriots (from Raiders)

Malcolm WIlliams, CB, TCU

220. Dallas Cowboys

Shaun Chapas, RB/FB, Georgia

221. New York Giants

Da’Rel Scott, RB, Maryland

222. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Anthony Gaitor, S, Florida

223. Kansas City Chiefs

Shane Bannon, RB, Yale

224. Washington Redskins (from Colts)

Markus White, DE, Florida State

225. Baltimore Ravens

Anthony Allen, RB, Gerogia Tech

226.New Orleans Saints

Greg Romeus, DE, Pittsburgh

227. New York Jets (from Sehawks thru Eagles)

Scottie McKnight, WR, Colorado

228. St. Louis Rams (from Ravens)

Jabara Williams, OLB, Stephen F. Austin

229. St. Louis Rams (from Falcons)

Jonathan Nelson, DB, Okalahoma

230. Atlanta Falcons (from Patriots)

Cliff Matthews, DE, South Carolina

231. Miami Dolphins (From Jets through Lions and 49ers and Packers)

Frank Kearse, DT, Alabama A&M

232. Pittsburgh Steelers

Baron Batch, RB, Texas Tech

233. Green Bay Packers

Lawrence Guy, DT, Arizona State

234. San Diego Chargers

Andrew Gachkar, OLB, Mizzou

235. Miami Dolphins

Jimmy Wilson, CB, Montana

236. Minnesota Vikings

Stephen Burton, WR, West Texas A&M

237. Philadelphia Eagles

Greg Lloyd, LB, Connecticutt

238. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Daniel Hardy, TE, Idaho

239. San Francisco 49ers

Michael Person, OL, Montana State

240. Philadelphia Eagles

Stanley Havili, RB, USC

241. Oakland Raiders

David Ausberry, WR, USC 

listed as a WR, but Levi tells me he is a TE


242. Seattle Seahawks

Malcolm Smith, OLB, USC

Anybody keeping track, that is three from USC in a row

243. New Orleans Saints

Nate Bussey, LB, Illinois

244. Carolina Panthers

Lee Ziemba, OT, Auburn

245. Buffalo Bills

Michael Jasper, DT, Bethel (TN)

246. Cincinnati Bengals

Jay Finley, RB, Baylor

247. Denver Broncos

Jeremy Beal, LB, Oklahoma

248. Cleveland Browns

Eric Hagg, DB, Nebraska

249. Arizona Cardinals

Demarco Sampson, WR, San Diego State

250. San Francisco 49ers

Curtis Holcomb, DB, Florida A&M

251. Tennessee Titans

Tommie Campbell, CB, California (PA)

252. Dallas Cowboys

Bill Nagy, C, Wisconsin

253. Washington Redskins

Chris Neild, NT, West Virginia

254 aka Mr Irrelevant. Houston Texans

Cheta Ozougwu, DE/LB, Rice

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Best Available players

1. Mark Herzlich, OLB, Boston College
2. DeAndre McDaniel, SS, Clemson  
3. Ian Williams, DT, Notre Dame
4. Pat Devlin, QB, Delaware

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