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2008 ROUND 4

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Raiders 2008 Draft History
 1  100  Tyvon Branch CB Connecticut (From Cowboys through Dolphins for linebacker Akin Ayodele and tight end Anthony Fasano)
 Draft Scout Says: The Oakland Raiders traded Fabian Washington to Baltimore for a fourth round pick, so they needed a corner and got good value in UConn's Tvyon Branch. Good size at 5'11", 200 pounds, he ran a 4.31 at the Combine and plays physically, not like a track star in cleats. Maybe that's why they gave up on Washington.
Rams 2008 Draft History
 2  101  *Justin King CB Penn State
 Draft Scout Says: Possessing the athletic skills to warrant speculation as a late first to early second round prospect, King could have significantly improved his stock by returning for his senior season. King struggled in high profile matchups against the top Big Ten talent, but has obvious physical tools and was an excellent value at this point in the draft for the Rams.
Packers 2008 Draft History
 3  102  Jeremy Thompson DE Wake Forest (From Jets)
 Draft Scout Says: Thompson's a great find in the fourth round for a team like Green Bay in need of depth at defensive end. A relentless rusher and strong at the point, he should see plenty of time in the rotation this season behind KGB.
Titans 2008 Draft History
 4  103  William Hayes DE Winston-Salem State (From Falcons)
 Draft Scout Says: William Hayes will hear a lot of "who?"...but fans will soon learn his name. A stud at small Winston-Salem State with 19 tackles for loss in 2007, he'll get every chance to work as a pass-rushing defensive end or outside linebacker for the Titans.
Browns 2008 Draft History
 5  104  Beau Bell ILB UNLV (From Cowboys through Raiders)
 Draft Scout Says: With their first pick of the 2008 draft the Browns took the perfect inside linebacker for their system. Suffering a leg injury at the Senior Bowl, Bell was disappointing in workouts and slipped to the 4th round because of it. However, considering his size, physicality, and ability to get off blocks and make the explosive hit, Bell is a similar prospect, at this point in his career as Andra Davis.
Chiefs 2008 Draft History
 6  105  Will Franklin WR Missouri
Ravens 2008 Draft History
 7  106  Marcus Smith WR New Mexico
49ers 2008 Draft History
 8  107  Cody Wallace C Texas A&M
Broncos 2008 Draft History
 9  108  Kory Lichtensteiger C Bowling Green
Eagles 2008 Draft History
 10  109  Mike McGlynn OG Pittsburgh (From Panthers)
 Draft Scout Says: With concerns about the age of their starting tackles and the lack of development of those behind them, the Eagles added the most versatile offensive lineman in the draft in Mike McGlynn. Adding McGlynn, who either has played or projects well to every position along the line, in the fourth round will ultimately be viewed as one of the steals of the 4th round.
Dolphins 2008 Draft History
 11  110  Shawn Murphy OG Utah State (From Bears)
Browns 2008 Draft History
 12  111  Martin Rucker TE Missouri (From Cowboys through Lions)
Bengals 2008 Draft History
 13  112  *Anthony Collins OT Kansas
 Draft Scout Says: With Willie Anderson getting up there in age, the Bengals may have found his replacement at right tackle in Anthony Collins. He does not have great straight-line speed, but moves well laterally. He also has the long arms and mean streak teams love.
Jets 2008 Draft History
 14  113  Dwight Lowery CB San Jose State (Jets acquired pick and conditional pick in 2009 draft from Saints for LB Jonathan Vilma, February 29, 2008.)
 Draft Scout Says: Had Lowery been timed in the low 4.5s rather than the high 4.6s, the former All-American likely would have heard his name called in the second round, rather than the fourth. Still, considering Lowery's instincts and big play ability, he makes sense for the Jets -- a team looking to add playmakers in the defensive backfield.
Bills 2008 Draft History
 15  114  Reggie Corner CB Akron
Bucs 2008 Draft History
 16  115  Dre Moore DT Maryland (From Eagles through Dolphins and Bears)
 Draft Scout Says: Few picks fit their new defensive scheme better than defensive tackle Dre Moore, a one-gap penetrator who is explosive off the snap. At 6'4", he's a bit taller than other Buc interior linemen...but his 4.84 40 time raised eyebrows.
Cardinals 2008 Draft History
 17  116  Kenny Iwebema DE Iowa
Eagles 2008 Draft History
 18  117  Quintin Demps FS Texas-El Paso (From Vikings)
Texans 2008 Draft History
 19  118  Xavier Adibi OLB Virginia Tech
Broncos 2008 Draft History
 20  119  Jack Williams CB Kent State (Broncos acquired pick and 3rd-round pick in 2007 draft from Redskins in deal in which Falcons acquired WR Ashley Lelie from Broncos and Redskins acquired RB T.J. Duckett from Falcons, August 25, 2006.)
Bears 2008 Draft History
 21  120  Craig Steltz SS LSU
Seahawks 2008 Draft History
 22  121  Red Bryant DT Texas A&M
 Draft Scout Says: The Seahawks have been looking for a big run-stuffing defensive tackle since drafting Marcus Tubbs in the first round of the 2004 draft. Bryant, while not as athletic as Tubbs, has the big body and strength at the point of attack to close down running lanes and free Lofa Tatupu to make plays.
Cowboys 2008 Draft History
 23  122  Tashard Choice RB Georgia Tech
 Draft Scout Says: Rob - With Marion Barber not yet officially signed, the Cowboys provided themselves with insurance at running back early with the selection of speedy back Felix Jones. In adding a back with similar toughness and downhill running style in Choice, the Cowboys have reloaded at running back. Chad - Everyone's talked about Dallas needing a speed complement to Marion Barber. But the fact is Dallas has not re-signed Barber for 2009. Fourth round pick Tashard Choice may get a shot to show he could take over if Barber leaves. Injuries have hurt his stock a bit, however.
Giants 2008 Draft History
 24  123  Bryan Kehl OLB BYU
Commanders 2008 Draft History
 25  124  Justin Tryon CB Arizona State (From Titans)
Chargers 2008 Draft History
 26  125  Paul Oliver CB Georgia (Chargers exercised pick in supplemental draft for CB Paul Oliver.)
Raiders 2008 Draft History
 27  125  Arman Shields WR Richmond (From Raiders through Jaguars)
Titans 2008 Draft History
 28  126  Lavelle Hawkins WR California (From Cowboys)
 Draft Scout Says: Needing weapons for Vince Young, the Titans elected to wait until the mid-rounds for their receiver help, but in adding Hawkins, they received an early round talent who slipped a bit due to speed questions. With good burst out of his breaks and reliable hands, Hawkins can help early. His ability to step up against top competition at the Senior Bowl was impressive.
Colts 2008 Draft History
 29  127  Jacob Tamme TE Kentucky
 Draft Scout Says: Indianapolis lets Ben Utecht walk as a restricted free agent, and they find almost the exact same player in Kentucky's Jacob Tamme. A straight-line receiving target with good enough speed to threaten the seam and enough size to be a red zone target.
Rams 2008 Draft History
 30  128  Keenan Burton WR Kentucky (From Packers)
Patriots 2008 Draft History
 31  129  Jonathan Wilhite CB Auburn
Steelers 2008 Draft History
 32  130  Tony Hills OT Texas (From Giants)
Eagles 2008 Draft History
 33  131  *Jack Ikegwuonu CB Wisconsin (Compensatory)
 Draft Scout Says: Moments after making one of the real reaches of the early second day, the Eagles added another player likely to have been available later. However, in cornerback Jack Ikegwuonu, Philadelphia drafted a prospect blessed with first round caliber ability, who dropped to this point after sustaining serious knee injury in pre-Combine workouts. Ikegwuonu maintains that he will be able to play this season.
Bills 2008 Draft History
 34  132  Derek Fine TE Kansas (Compensatory)
Ravens 2008 Draft History
 35  133  David Hale OT Weber State (Compensatory)
Titans 2008 Draft History
 36  134  Stanford Keglar OLB Purdue (Compensatory)
Packers 2008 Draft History
 37  135  Josh Sitton OT Central Florida (Compensatory)

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