2020 NFL Draft: 5 overlooked players Cleveland Browns can’t pass up

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5. Reid Harrison-Ducros, CB

Reid Harrison-Ducros could be day-one nickel starting corner in the NFL, and considering how pass happy the league’s gone with three-receiver formations, the Duquesne product could be a steal.

Harrison-Ducros started at Boise State, but transferred to the Pittsburgh. He’s considered to be a fluid mover who has a nose for the ball.

The 5-10 defensive back totaled four interceptions in his final season, in addition to nine passes defensed.

The Browns move into 2020 solid at corner, assuming Denzel Ward and Greedy Williams can stay healthy. After parting ways with T.J. Carrie, Terrance Mitchell would seemingly be the choice to start at nickel.

With that said, I don’t think it’s a lock Mitchell makes the squad, leaving room for a competition Donnie Lewis Jr., Robert Jackson or special teams maven Tavierre Thomas.

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Corners are like pitchers in baseball, you can never have enough, and Browns fans saw that play out in 2019 as both Williams and Ward were out with hamstring injuries for an extended period of time.