Cleveland Browns 2019 mock draft: Factory of Sadness Version 1.0

Cleveland Browns 2019 mock draft Miles Boykin (Photo by Quinn Harris/Getty Images)
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Browns picks, rounds 2-7

49. Cleveland- Yondy Cajuste-OT-West Virginia–Yondy Cajuste has lots of nice tools but far from an elite prospect, which is fortunate for the Browns, who scoop him up with their first pick in the second round.

80.  Justin Layne-CB-Michigan St. He’s a receiver turned corner, so he knows the tricks of the trade and showed an ability to read receiver routes.

95. Miles Boykin-WR-Notre Dame–Miles Boykin is a guy really flying under the radar. Hopefully it stays that way for the Browns’ sake. Posted a 43.5 inch vertical leap, which was the second highest in Combine history.

And for those that like big receivers: Boykin is 6-foot-4, 220 pounds. He’s raw when it comes to route running, but that’s why he’ll be there in the third round.

119.  Josh Oliver-TE-San Jose St.: Josh Olivers athleticism is obvious when watching him catch a football. With that said, he’s a tight end and his blocking needs a considerable amount of work.

144.  Daylon Mack-DT-Texas A&M: Daylon Mack played against some tough competition and at 6-2, 320 moves amazingly well. Right now, though, looks like a two-down defensive interior player.

155. Preston Williams-WR-Colorado St.: We know John Dorsey will overlook baggage if he believes it to be true that the player is on the right path. Preston Williams wasn’t invited to the Combine because of a 2017 domestic violence arrest, according to RotoWorld.

His pro day didn’t help his cause. He vertically jumped 31.5 inches and and ran the 40-yard dash in 4.64 seconds. When everyone seems to be breaking records, Williams was slow.

With that said, it’s worth noting his size (6-4, 210) and the fact that he was one of the country’s most productive receivers in 2019 with 96 catches for 1,345 yards and 14 touchdowns.

170. Dru Samia-OG-Oklahoma: Dru Samia adds depth to the Browns line, and there’s already talk of him shooting up some draft boards.

Next. 5 trades the Browns should make this offseason. dark

189. Gardner Minshew-QB-Washington St. It wouldn’t hurt to take on a developmental prospect, and Gardner Minshew gets the first crack at it.

221. Pipkins-OL-Sioux Falls: Trey Pipkins, potential dark horse?