With tackle out of the way in this scenario, expect the Browns to keep looking along the offensive line. I’d keep an eye on Netane Muti, a guard from Fresno St. and Jonah Jackson from Ohio St. Both are big guys who can move and should fit the zone run scheme the Browns should employ. Remember in analytics production also matters so it’s possible to see super productive James Lynch the DLineman from Baylor, maybe as a target as well. I would expect to see guys who protect and enhance Baker Mayfield as well as guys who make life on the quarterback tougher. A couple of extra pass-catchers, later on, should be expected as well at tight end and wide receiver. Also, keep an eye at safety, a fast riser is Terrell Burgess out of Utah.
Here’s a brief guess on the rest of the picks.
2. Bradlee Anae-DE-Utah
3a. Adam Trautman-TE-Dayton
3b. Terrell Burgess-S-Utah
4. Netane Muti-G-Fresno St
6. Cam Akers-RB-Florida St
7. Quintez Cephus-WR-Wisconsin
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