3. Look out for Chubb
If Wills is what he’s being advertised to be, then Nick Chubb will get the rushing title that evaded him in 2019. While at Alabama, Wills was known as a mauler on the on the offensive line, in addition to his stellar pass blocking skills.
Chubb lost the rushing title in the final game of the season, when Freddie Kitchens got pass happy in Cincinnati, neglecting his All-Pro caliber talent.
Even though he finished second, Chubb was right there with Derrick Henry, running behind what many viewed as an inferior line.
4. If Wills busts at LT, all isn’t lost
Wills will get ample opportunity to be the Browns starting left tackle, but if he can’t cut the mustard, he’ll at least be able to help at a different position on the line.
If Wills can’t play left tackle, he’ll be tried out at right tackle, and worse case scenario, he’ll kick inside to guard. It’s not ideal, but at least it’s not drafting a quarterback who flames out after six games.