2015 NFL Mock Draft 2.0 – 4th Round

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121.) Carolina Panthers – DE Anthony Chickillo, Miami

One of the most impressive draft season performances from any player, Chickillo proved that he has been playing out of position the last few years at the U. He has an explosive burst off the line of scrimmage with the strength and hand play to shed blockers. Chickillo could be a steal at this point of the draft.

122.) Baltimore Ravens – CB Kevin White, TCU

Ozzie Newsome sticks to his “best player on the board” philosophy and again it meets a team need with White. He’s undersized and his combine performance dropped him a round or two farther than he should have gone, but he has elite man coverage potential and should be a solid slot corner from day 1. Despite his lack of size, White was the only corner to shut his namesake Kevin White (West Virginia) down all season (3 catches, 28 yards).

124.) Dallas Cowboys – CB Jacoby Glenn, UCF

Good length and excellent ball skills, but needs to gain weight and get stronger. Dallas needs talent and depth in the secondary and Glenn has the potential to develop into a starter eventually.

125.) Indianapolis Colts – ILB Hayes Pullard, USC

Tough ILB who plays within his athletic limitations and doesn’t make many mistakes or miss many tackles. Pullard’s upside is limited, but he has good strength, instincts, and a non-stop motor. Smart player who may not make many Pro Bowls, but should have a long NFL career.

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126.) Green Bay Packers – CB Charles Gaines, Lousiville

Tramon Williams and Davon House are free agents and the Packers need some insurance in case they lose one or both players. Gaines has some of the best man coverage skills in the draft and great instincts, but needs to bulk up and is a non factor against the run. He could be a very good corner by the end of his rookie deal.

127.) Seattle Seahawks – DT Xavier Cooper, Washington St

The Seahwaks solve their depth issues at DT with by far the best player still on the board. Cooper’s lack of length and muscle make him somewhat scheme specific, but he’s a good fit for the Seahawks penetrating scheme and has starter potential.

128.) New England Patriots – RB David Cobb, Minnesota

Surprised at the Senior Bowl with better quickness and open field moves than expected. Cobb is a power back who can be a workhorse early in his career and seems like a perfect fit for the Patriots offense.