2013 IAOFM Rational Actor Mock Draft - Round 4

# Team Player Pos School
98 Jacksonville Bennie Logan DT LSU
Logan wore #18 as a junior with LSU, which is traditionally given to the hardest worker on the team. (Broncos RB Jacob Hester was the second player to wear it in the LSU tradition.)
99 Kansas City Darius Slay CB Mississippi State
The Chiefs draft for CB depth at the top of the 4th round. They'll need it against the Broncos.
100 Oakland T.J. McDonald S USC
McDonald isn't really much like his old man, but he can probably contribute as a special teamer in the NFL.
101 Denver Markus Wheaton WR Oregon State
Smurfy little WR, but fast and strong. WR isn't necessarily a need for the Broncos in 2013, but it's a hedge against losing Eric Decker in the future.
102 Minnesota Kwame Geathers DT Georgia
Geathers plays a little too high, but he has good NFL bloodlines, with two brothers already in the League.
103 Arizona Tony Jefferson S Oklahoma
I don't know if Jefferson can run well enough to start, but I think he can at least be a good backup and special teamer.
104 Cleveland Kiko Alonso LB Oregon
Alonso looks like a core special teamer, and like a guy who could challenge for playing time on defense.
105 Buffalo Stepfan Taylor RB Stanford
Buffalo feels like a good spot for Taylor, because his lack of speed isn't such an issue when he's a change of pace for C.J. Spiller.
106 New York Jets Zaviar Gooden LB Missouri
Gooden is fast and smooth, and the Jets need talent. I expect them to largely ignore scheme fit, because they know they're probably drafting for a different coach.
107 Tennessee Robert Lester S Alabama
Lester isn't terribly fast or big, but he's smart and steady. I think he profiles as a third safety and special teams ace.
108 Carolina Josh Evans S Florida
Evans is underrated by draft pundits, but I think he has some starter qualities. He's not historically been a playmaker, but he's always where he's supposed to be.
109 New Orleans Hugh Thornton OG Illinois
Thornton has starter ability in the NFL if he ever puts it all together. New Orleans is a great scheme fit for him.
110 San Diego Da'Rick Rogers WR Tennessee Tech
Rogers is a big-time character risk, after basically quitting the team at Tennessee, and showing a lot of immature tendencies both there and at Tennessee Tech. The other side of the coin is that he's a big-time talent, and the 4th round seems about right.
111 Miami Landry Jones QB Oklahoma
With all the picks they have, I expect Miami to want to take a developmental backup QB, to leverage the QB coaching expertise they have. Jones has some nice attributes, and some bad habits to be coached out of him.
112 Tampa Bay Mike Glennon QB North Carolina State
I'm not big on Glennon, but this is a good place for him to go as a developmental backup.
113 St. Louis Bacarri Rambo S Georgia
Rambo has a great name, and a solid game, but he probably needs to dial it back on the weed some.
114 Dallas Khaseem Greene LB Rutgers
Greene may fit as a Will LB in the Tampa-2 scheme.
115 Pittsburgh Kenjon Barner RB Oregon
Barner is a speedster with the ball in his hands, and he could replace Chris Rainey, who was shown the door for legal shenanigans.
116 New York Giants Montee Ball RB Wisconsin
I don't see what everybody loves about Ball as an NFL prospect, but I don't think there's any denying that he's a Giants kind of guy.
117 Chicago Theo Riddick RB-WR Notre Dame
Riddick ran a disappointing 40, but I like his ability to play both RB and WR. He can definitely help an NFL team with his versatility.
118 Cincinnati Trevardo Williams DE Connecticut
Williams is a pass rush specialist who can basically be redshirted for a year, and developed behind James Harrison.
119 Washington Brian Schwenke OC California
Schwenke could challenge to eventually start at Center for the Redskins.
120 Minnesota Kenny Stills WR Oklahoma
Stills is a natural slot receiver, and he joins the total makeover of the Vikings WR corps.
121 Indianapolis Chris Faulk OT LSU
Faulk is probably a RT in the NFL, and the Colts could use an upgrade in their depth at the position.
122 Green Bay Dion Sims TE Michigan State
Sims could really be something if a coach could get him to use his excellent size to knock somebody on their ass once in awhile.
123 Seattle Oday Aboushi OT Virginia
The Palestinian Aboushi profiles as a valuable swing tackle for the Seahawks.
124 Houston Matt Furstenburg TE Maryland
Furstenburg is going to go too low because he never had a decent QB to play with at Maryland. He has good receiving talent, and will be a Chris Cooley type of player.
125 Denver Dustin Hopkins K Florida State
I've about had it with the Matt Prater show, and at a minimum, I'm sure you've had it with Doug ripping Prater weekly. Hopkins solves both problems, and is a Pro Bowl caliber talent.
126 Tampa Bay Conner Vernon WR Duke
Vernon is a crafty slot receiver type who had to mostly play outside in college. While I watched him struggle to consistently get open against Florida State in October, I think he'll have a chance against free slot releases in the NFL.
127 Atlanta Sean Renfree QB Duke
Renfree is a career backup type who's well-coached. I think the Falcons would probably like to upgrade their backup spot, and get cheaper there as well.
128 Detroit David Quessenberry OG San Jose State
Quessenberry may have tackle skills, but I think it's more likely that he ends up as a guard. The Lions continue to improve their O-line with this pick.
129 Baltimore B.W. Webb CB William & Mary
Webb is a nickel CB who can contribute right away for the Ravens.
130 Baltimore Akeem Spence DT Illinois
Spence can help early in the defensive line rotation for the Ravens.
131 San Francisco John Simon DE-OLB Ohio State
Simon is one of those relentless white guys who give some of our readers semi's. I think he'll definitely be a core special teamer, and he may compete to play some snaps on defense.
132 Detroit Christine Michael RB Texas A&M
This seems like a good place for an alleged space cadet like Michael. If he can stay with the program, the Lions may have themselves a good back, albeit one with a terrible name.
133 Atlanta Corey Lemonier DE Auburn
Some people like Lemonier better than I do. I see him as a possible pass rush specialist, and as a likely special teams guy. He may go as high as the second round this weekend, though.

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