Final Mock Monday Madness: Mike Hoag's 7 Rounder

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Nov 23, 2013; Columbus, OH, USA; Indiana Hoosiers wide receiver Shane Wynn (1) runs with the ball after a catch and tries to avoid Ohio State Buckeyes linebacker Ryan Shazier (2) in the first quarter of the game at Ohio Stadium. Ohio State Buckeyes beat Indiana Hoosiers 42-14. Mandatory Credit: Trevor Ruszkowksi-USA TODAY Sports

We have hit the gauntlet of Mock Draft’s this Monday. Now on to our Final Mock Monday Madness Post: Mike Hoag’s 7 Round Mock Draft for the Cleveland Browns. Earlier today we got Evan Silva‘s first round Mock, then Dane Brugler and Rob Rang‘s 2 Round Mocks (Click each of their names to open in new windows). Now to take a look at what the Browns would look like with Hoag at the helm for all 10 of the Browns picks in the upcoming May draft:

#4 Johnny Manziel

But Manziel is a better passer than some will admit, and he has the intangibles and determination needed to succeed and turn the Browns franchise around. Don’t take my word for it, look at the stats. According to Sharon Katz of ESPN Stats & Info, Manziel improved his efficiency from 65- to 73-percent as a pocket passer in 2013.

And after displaying the arm strength to make all the NFL throws during his March 27 pro day, the reasons to not bring Johnny Football to Cleveland are beginning to disappear.

Another mock and another Johnny Manziel. At this point we have hit on everything on Manziel, with 2 extra weeks to prepare it was bound to happen. Is he big enough? Is he accurate enough? Will he be a distraction? He is a good fit for Kyle Shanahan’s offense. He is competitive. He likes to have fun. No one is sold on any of the top guys so Manziel is an option as much as any of them. But who does Hoag have joining Manziel? Click the next page to find out:

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