Cleveland Browns: 5 offensive lineman to target after the 1st round

PITTSBURGH, PA - OCTOBER 08: Brian O'Neill /
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Kolton Miller, OT, UCLA

PFF recently mocked Kolton Miller to the Patriots as a late third-round pick.

Of course they did.

The Patriots would hailed as World Champions of the third round for having a player with Miller’s upside fall into their laps.

There’s just no way the Browns can let that happen should they decide to wait on adding a lineman in the early, or late second round.

Miller almost certainly appears to be a second- or third-round pick, and at 6-foot-9, he’s certainly going to draw plenty of attention.

Miller could start one day, but some wonder if it’s going to be at left tackle. He’ so tall, you can just see quick EDGE rushers going low and whizzing around him.

If Miller has one intriguing attribute going for him besides his size, it’s his athleticism. It’s the reason some believe he may be able to play left tackle in the pros.

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Blocking the blind side of Josh Rosen last season after two years at right tackle, Miller allowed just two quarterback hits and 19 hurries in 2017.