Gareon Conley, CB, and Tyquan Lewis, DL
Like Hooker, Gareon Conley has the option of returning to school.
Joe Haden is getting older and not an elite level corner any longer. That doesn’t mean the Browns should get rid of their former first-round pick, it just means the fan base may need to re-examine how they view one of their favorites.
The team’s also found a nice prospect in Briean Boddy-Calhoun, in addition to re-signing Jamar Taylor.
Still, the secondary is a spot that needs to be upgraded and Conley certainly would help.
He’s now started two years for the Buckeyes. He has the length and has proven that he has the fortitude to do battle in man-to-man coverage. WalterFootball.com rates Conley as the sixth best CB prospect in the draft.T
The Browns need help at outside linebacker if they’re going to stick with the 3-4 scheme.
Tyquan Lewis may not be the pass rusher we all covet from the edge, but during his time at Ohio State, he’s proven to be an elite run stopper.
Plus, he is getting better as a pass rusher, he just need his pass rushing education to continue once he finds an NFL team.
The 6-foot-4, 260-pound redshirt junior is currently projected to go somewhere in the second or third rounds.