4. Kamaal Seymour, OL
The Browns intend to invest heavily on the offensive line during the offseason, which could mean the use of first-round pick, in addition to buying some talent via free agency.
Long term, the Browns would be wise to find a lineman to develop later in the draft, making Rutgers right tackle Kamaal Seymour a prime candidate.
The Scarlet Knight last played during the NFLPA All-Star game last January, which was played at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena.
Seymour was measured at just under 6-foot-6, while weighing 318 pounds. He started 41 games for the Scarlet Knights, playing mostly tackle. He started at guard in his only college All-Star game, marking the first time he had played the position.
Cleveland is expected to take a left tackle with their first-round selection, while Chris Hubbard could be replaced on the right side. At guard, Joel Bitonio has the left tackle position locked up, while Wyatt Teller seemed to stabilize the right guard position toward the end of the season.
Seymour, a redshirt senior, may go undrafted, or perhaps a team takes a flyer on him in the later rounds. His size and versatility certainly make him an intriguing prospect, even if his NFL future is at guard.