5. Antonio Callaway, WR, Florida
If Antonio Callaway Callaway is as a good as advertised, “a first-round talent,” then he’ll abosutley find time as a starter depending on if he can shed the laundry basket full of indiscretions he carries with him into the NFL.
He doesn’t have elite size, but he’s fast enough to beat opposing corners deep. Plus, he should excels at catching short passes and turning them into longer gains.
Calloway missed the entire 2017 season, but if he shows up and produces in camp, the door should be wide open.
The Browns are counting heavily on Josh Gordon in 2018, and that’s fine. Flash’s comeback is still on track.
Jarvis Landry has been signed to shore up the slot, but there are still other questions about the other outside position.
Corey Coleman inspires no confidence in the fan base at this point, but he’s still young, going into just his third year.
But if Coleman doesn’t start producing, it’ll be interesting to see how quickly Callaway closes the gap.