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2023 1QB Rookie Mock Draft 8.0 – Round 4

Hey #NerdHerd we made it!! Here is Round 4 of the 1QB pre draft mock. Do it up!!

We made it!! Round 4 is here and we are just hours away from Round 1 of the NFL Draft. This is the deepest we have went and there are some gems in here. You can find the other rounds here:

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Let’s dig into Round 4.

1QB Rookie Mock Draft 8.0 – Round 4

4.01 Jalin Hyatt, WR, 6’0″ 176


I had to triple-check to make sure I hadn’t missed Hyatt being taken earlier. I couldn’t believe he was still on the board in Round 4 of a 1QB mock! I’m not the biggest fan of Jalin Hyatt, who I think is a one-trick pony at this stage of his development. That trick being the deep ball. However, he’s expected to be a borderline first round NFL draft pick, he just won the Biletnikoff award in the SEC, and he’s got the physical tools to develop his route running. That’s an easy dart to throw in Round 4. – @devy2dynastyfr

4.02 Andrei Iosivas, WR, 6’3″ 205


In a draft of small wide receivers, I’ll take a tall wide receiver from a small school. Andrei Iosivas comes out of Princeton and into NFL and fantasy lineups. At 6’3’’, 205, he is one of the few big receivers in the draft. He played well at Princeton, which isn’t known for its high-powered offenses. He posted 943 yards in his final season on only 66 receptions. He only trailed JSN in three cone and shuttle drills. He has size and smarts. I’ll take that over speed and s limited role this late in the draft. – @theDunit13

4.03 Evan Hull, RB, 5’10” 209


Hull is a runner with the potential to be a three-down back in the NFL – he’s got great size, runs with strength, has good contact balance, and caught 55 passes last season. He’s not the twitchiest cat – Hull is a north-south runner but has decent juice and is tough to bring down. Some team is going to love this guy. – @ffpeebleschamp

4.04 Sam LaPorta, TE, 6’3″ 245


Sam LaPorta is a great pick to grab in the fourth round. LaPorta is an undersized athletic tight end that has excellent yards after the catch ability. He can likely be an early-round two draft pick that would raise his value in rookie drafts. He is a sleeper among the top tight ends in the class that could be very good at the NFL. – @coachstevenp

4.05 Kenny McIntosh, RB, 6’0″ 204


I’m happy with McIntosh at this stage of the draft, as he has upside as a receiving running back in the NFL. I hope he lands in a situation where he may find himself getting snaps on third down, with the potential for an injury bump on the depth chart. – @johnnybgoodedff

4.06 AT Perry, WR, 6’3″ 198


Perry has been extremely productive over the past three years and he lit up the combine, running a 4.47. He’s one of the very few solid X receivers in this class. I’m not sure if he gets Day 2 draft capital, but in the fourth round in 1QB, I’m happy to take a flier. – @ekballer

4.07 Xavier Hutchinson, WR, 6’2″ 203

Iowa State

Standing at 6’2” and 203 lbs, Hutchinson is one of the few wide receivers in this class with true alpha stature. He contributed in college early and often, having 64 catches in his first year at school and culminating in a 107-catch, 1,171-yard, 6-touchdown season in his third and final year. He has great body control and a large catch radius, so I will take a stab at him in the fourth round and hope he can be a reliable target for an NFL quarterback early and often in his career. – @timbmartens

4.08 Bryce Ford-Wheaton, WR, 6’4″ 221

West Virginia

This is pure upside. Ford-Wheaton didn’t do much at WVU but set some high standards at the NFL Combine. He’s extremely athletic, fast, and has great height. If he can improve his route running and hands, this could be a massive steal. He’s got late-round flier potential all over the place. – @darthdbacks

4.09 Will Levis, QB, 6’4″ 229


Well, it looks like I will dive back into the quarterback pool. Most of the position talent has been picked over at this point in the draft. Levis is a screaming value as a player who could easily be a top 5 NFL pick. He is athletic and has a big arm to boot. If he hits his fantasy ceiling, he could easily be a long-term QB1. – @ReflipeWThenuz

4.10 Charlie Jones, WR, 5’11” 175


Charlie Jones is a name that I have seen popping up in mock drafts this spring, and I would be remiss if I didn’t include him in at least one this year. His height and weight fit right in with this smaller-than-average class, but his production at Purdue in 2022 was amongst the best. His 1,199 receiving yards were fifth-best in the nation. Twelve touchdowns also put Charlie Jones in the top three receivers for 2022. His athletic testing numbers came in above average, and he is the perfect receiver to take a flyer on at the end of your rookie drafts. – @DanT_NFL

4.11 Elijah Higgins, WR, 6’3″ 235


I’m taking a gamble on a big slot guy. He may grow into a move-tight end. Higgins has the size/speed combo to beat linebackers and safeties. He runs good routes and can create windows for the quarterback to throw to. He could be the next Slant Boy, and I don’t mean that as a slight. – @culture_coach

4.12 Tucker Kraft. TE, 6’5″ 254

S. Dakota State

My biggest takeaway from making this pick was that plenty of good options are still available. Premium production profiles at running back, like Deuce Vaughn and Mo Ibrahim, are still waiting to hear their name called. Upside wide receiver swings, like Michael Wilson and Rakim Jarrett, haven’t been selected. Ultimately I settled on the player I felt most likely to garner notable NFL draft capital. Kraft is rated TE6 for me in this year’s strong class. However, he grades out similarly to the top of 2022’s tight end class. Pick 48 in this mock exercise; he may not wait that long on draft weekend. – @DynastyOasis

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