Round 1. Who Is Hue’s Guy?
This selection could go a lot of ways at the top of the first round. In fact, the thought of passing on a quarterback this early is not out of the question, but the need is too great to postpone.
Depending on your preference some will either likely prefer Wentz, while others like California quarterback Jared Goff more. I like both but I give the upper hand to Wentz.
Both Goff and Wentz has plenty of upside. However, Wentz has not received as much fan fare and the belief that he can be Jackson’s guy as I would have expected — specifically whether or not he can come in day one and play (believe me he can).
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The Cleveland Browns have gone down the road of drafting quarterbacks before, but the selection of Wentz would end that run. Is he or any other quarterback really worth the second overall pick? Probably not, but if the Cleveland Browns wait then they may not get the quarterback they want.
Wentz has won multiple national championships, been around a winning program for years, and if he played at a FBS school, there would not be any hesitancy drafting him. Wentz can make every throw and is a smaller version of Pittsburgh Steelers’ Ben Roethlisberger.
If you have had the chance to watch him live in person as well as on t.v., then you know he is special. Selecting Wentz would be just the start to a potentially great Cleveland Browns draft class.
Next: Round 2. Help The Rookie QB