2022 NFL Draft Notes, Tracker: Analysis of Every Fourth Round Pick from Cade Otton to Chigoziem Okonkwo

Want to know what I think of every pick made in the fourth round of the 2022 NFL Draft? You can follow along below all day Saturday as I rank all picks from round 4 as well as the other three rounds below. Be sure to refresh this page overnight for the latest notes. You can track all picks for the entire draft and my grades on our draft tracker.

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106. Buccaneers: Cade Otton, TE, Washington

Note: C+

Three-down type that excels as a blocker and is a heavy ball-handler. It won’t separate much and it’s not a sewing stretcher, but a load to take to the lawn. Depth TE was required for Tampa. However, a minimal advantage.

107. Texans: Dameon Pierce, RB, Florida

Note: B+

Solid frame with tree trunks for the legs, but it is dynamic when changing direction. Not incredibly elusive nor a burner. Just a unique specimen in its size with its light feet. Kevlar type in pass pro too. This is a back feature.

108. Browns: Perrion Winfrey, DT, Oklahoma

Serie B-

Long, uniquely built DL that wins with quick first step, instant anticipation and extreme length. The runs are high and sapping power from him, and he’s not a pass-move magician now. But athletics is impossible to ignore in the film. He fills a great need in Cleveland’s defense.

109. Seahawks: Coby Bryant, CB, Cincinnati

Grade A-

Super experienced, high-floor CB with impressive instincts and chippiness. Size of a typical Seahawks CB. Athletic traits aren’t stellar, which is what led him to go so late. Scheme-flexible. Seattle needs to build its secondary.

110. Ravens: Daniel Faalele, OT, Minnesota

Grade A

This is Orlando Brown Lite. Faalele is gigantic and actually moves well in relation to its size. It needs a nastier touch, and there are side limitations to its game. But he blocks the sun on the pro pass and was an asset in the college run game.

111. Jets: Max Mitchell, OT, Louisiana

Grade A-

The OT of walking tall with some advantage because he is an impressive athlete. Handwork is fine just need to be earlier with your hands on the pro pass. Good fit in Jets zone lockout scheme. It has to get a lot stronger too. Need filled in OT. Important.

112. Giants: Daniel Bellinger, TE, San Diego State

Note: C

Project-y TE with great athletic traits displayed on the combine, but doesn’t play for them on the field. It came from heavy attack, so productivity was low in college. Blocking is still not strong. Too early for him, but the advantage is there. It looks a lot like Dawson Knox’s pick when GM Joe Schoen was in Buffalo.

113. Commanders: Percy Butler, S, Louisiana

Grade A-

FS explosive that will go down and place the wood. Missed tackles show up in the movie, but he counters that with the ability to take up the slot as well, which is a big plus for his game. Vertical speed to transport these routes to the bottom of the field. Initial gauge frame.

114. Giants: Dane Belton, S, Iowa

Serie B-

Tested well, but doesn’t play for it on the field. More of a methodical engine that wins by being very sound attribution. Can play in any formation on defense. Legitimate versatility without responsibility or expertise in your game.

115. Broncos: Damarri Mathis, CB, Pittsburgh

Grade A

Supreme talent at CB. Rockets attached to his cleats and he plays with an angry demeanor. Not super fidgety, but elite recovery speed and ball skills are top notch. Tends to be overly clinging to the field. If that’s trained from him, that’s a big steal.

116. Broncos: Eyioma Uwazurike, DL, State of Iowa

Grade A

Big sleeper. He played and won the scrimmage line in college with an amazing mix of burst, power and pass-rush moves. Unique body type. Older perspective. This is exactly what the Broncos needed after trading Shelby Harris for Seattle.

117. Jets: Michael Clemons, EDGE, Texas A&M

Note: B+

One of the most NFL-ready EDGEs in the class outside of the first round. Big, long, heavy hands and pass-rush plans. Closing speed more impressive than its explosion. Minimal advantages because he is not a special athlete. Floor is too high.

118. Vikings: Akayleb Evans, CB, Missouri

Note: C+

Size/speed specimen that played in and out of college. Nice plus for your profile. Everything about their game is quality, but nothing stands out. A tick delayed to react to routes, but has a legitimate recovery speed. Very experienced. Worth an exchange?

119. Ravens: Jalyn Armor-Davis, CB, Alabama

Note: A+

The Ravens are on fire. Armour-Davis is a former major recruit who was buried in the depth chart but was phenomenal in his first year as a starter. Athletic fluidity and ball skills appear in the film. Speed ​​too. Specialist in men’s coverage who can stand out in the area.

120. Panthers: Brandon Smith, LB, Penn State

Note: C

Carolina is not really in a position to trade, but Smith has a very high advantage due to her size, length, and overall athletic profile. Super fast too. Missed tackles are very frequent. Game recognition skills are slower than usual. The topping chops stand out.

121. Patriots: Jack Jones, CB, State of Arizona

Note: C

Another little CB. Great recruit, but he didn’t end his career strongly. Feet are excellent. Good not great speed. Go out physically often. Already 24 years old.

122. Raiders: Zamir White, RB, Georgia

Note: B+

No-nonsense slasher that can also push defenders into the hole with quick sides. I worked off various injuries in college and didn’t lose an ounce of juice. Deceptive speed and power for your game. Minimum liabilities as a runner.

123. Chargers: Isaiah Spiller, RB, Texas A&M

Grade A

Arguably the most talented RB in the class. Disappointing pre-draft process sank your stock. It does everything well and has a feature frame. Natural receptor that can contort its body to find the soccer field. The only thing missing is escape speed. Fun addition.

124. Browns: Cade York, K, LSU

Note: D+

Probably the top kicker in this class, but not a massive necessity for the Browns and it’s too early to pick a specialist.

125. Dolphins: Erik Ezukanma, WR, Texas Tech

Serie B

Good sized WR with YAC glow flashes. Quality speed and tracks you well in the field. It’s not a route runner that will break up with great regularity at the next level. The value seems right. But more weapons for Tua is a good thing.

126. Raiders: Neil Farrell Jr, DT, LSU

Note: C+

One of the best two-gappers in the class. It clogs lanes consistently. He made an incredible turn, but on the other hand, he doesn’t have much of a plan when he gets to the field. Impressive blast, but minimal overall speed and side juice. It’s not worth switching to an older NT without much pass-rush capability.

127. Patriots: Pierre Strong Jr., RB, State of South Dakota

Note: C+

Super-explosive zone-blocking scheme type with some juking ability, but not overly evasive. Several years of top-notch productivity at the FCS level. Not exactly a proper scheme, but a naturally skilled runner.

128. Ravens: Charlie Kolar, TE, Iowa State

Grade A

This is Mark Andrews 2.0. Misleading separator that catches everything, even in traffic. Some wiggle and power after capture. Decent blocker, not shaking.

129. Cowboys: Jake Ferguson, TE, Wisconsin

Serie B-

Dynamic engine with some juice after capture. Not a sprinter in sewing. It’s not your classic Wisconsin TE. Blocking at best average. Another weapon for Dak Prescott.

130. Ravens: Jordan Stout, P, Penn State

Note: C-

The Ravens’ questionable first pick this year. One of the best punters of this class and it can be Justin Tucker safe.

131. Titans: Hassan Haskins, RB, Michigan

Note: C

Old school power back with a deceptive blast through the hole. A few flashes of elusiveness, but it won’t be a force to the next level. Too early for him, but it fits the type that the Titans like and will eventually need in RB.

132. Packers: Romeo Doubs, WR, Nevada

Serie B-

I like that choice more in Green Bay than in other teams. Doubs is a field stretcher that tracks you incredibly deep. Slender frame and not good at hitting the press. It won’t be a big separator and the YAC is average.

133. Buccaneers: Jake Camarda, P, Georgia

Note: C-

Big-legged gambler who wasn’t as good in 2021 as he was at the start of his career.

134. 49ers: Spencer Burford, OL, UTSA

Serie B

Versatile OT/OG perspective with incredible handwork and a beautiful compact structure. Needs to get stronger but definitely fits Shanahan’s zone blocking scheme and the 49ers had to add more OL.

135. Chiefs: Joshua Williams, CB, Fayetteville State

Note: B+

One of the main prospects of small schools in this class. Height/weight/athletics combination. Speed ​​is a little lacking. Uniquely mirrored in college. It will face a steep learning curve in terms of the talent it will face. Chiefs had to add more CB talent.

136. Bengals: Cordell Volson, OT, State of North Dakota

Serie B-

Average athlete with NFL caliber length and handwork to come back as a coach. Opens the gate a little early very often. He leans into his blocks too often, which makes him susceptible to counterattacks. Assignment sound in racing game.

137. Patriots: Bailey Zappe, QB, Western Kentucky

Note: B+

Zappe is an amnesiac QB gunslinger. No fear of ripping it through tight windows. He played in open attack. The pocket presence is solid. Medium-at-the-best athletics. Arm strength is good, not great. Mac Jones insurance?

138. Steelers: Calvin Austin III, WR, Memphis

Grade A

Track star in a football uniform. It plays like he was shot by a cannon and the direction change skill is good. Super-tiny frame that hurts him against the press and was planned many times open in college. Fun addition to the Steelers O.

139. Ravens: Isaiah Likely, TE, Coastal Carolina

Note: B+

H-back type at TE point that excels with effortless YAC skill. It’s not a seam stretcher and better blocker in space than it is in line. It will be a useful target under the NFL. But limited in general.

140. Packers: Zach Tom, OL, Wake Forest

Grade A

Tom is one of the most agile blockers I’ve ever seen. Glide across the field with elite agility in short areas. His hands can take a while and he needs to add considerable weight before he can live in the trenches of the NFL.

141. Ravens: Damarion Williams, CB, Houston

Note: C

CB slot that is faster than fast and plays with aggressive behavior. Mirroring is good, not great, which is surprising considering his athletic abilities. It seems early for him, but there was a need for the nickel cornerback in Baltimore.

142. Aries: Decobie Durant, CB, State of South Carolina

Note: B+

Hyperactive and sudden CB who is a bouncing jitterbug across the field. Super confident and was very productive at the small school level. Smaller and is washed away by blockers at times. Already 24.

143. Titans: Chigoziem Okonkwo, TE, Maryland

Grade A-

Very Titans selection. H-back type with top-notch athleticism. Speed ​​and speed. Low volume receiver in college but may be better in pros because of its features.

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