Cleveland Browns trade down for sleeper in 2020 2nd-round mock draft

Cleveland Browns Jason Strowbridge (Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images)
Cleveland Browns Jason Strowbridge (Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images) /
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Cleveland Browns Jason Strowbridge (Photo by Don Juan Moore/Getty Images) /

Picks 58-64

58. Vikings, Matt Peart, OT, UCONN

Part of the second-wave of offensive tackles.

59. Seahawks, Logan Wilson, ILB, Wyoming (Trade)

After trading down, Seattle gets a player some in the Cleveland local media have compared to Joe Schobert.

60. Seahawks, Marlon Davidson, DE (Trade)

Seattle jumps up from 64, swapping with Baltimore, while also giving the Ravens a fourth rounder in 2021.

61. Titans, Justin Madubuike, DT, Texas A&M

62. Packers, Jabari Zuniga, DE, Florida

Well, at least they took a player who won’t offend their franchise quarterback.

63. Browns, Jason Strowbridge, DT, UNC (From Chiefs)

After trading down 22 spots, the Browns get a player that The Athletic’s Zac Jackson connected to the Browns months ago. 

Even though his name’s been floated to the Browns before, the pick won’t likely be received well, as Strowbridge is someone prognosticators have available on day three.

That said, his stock was trending upward leading up to the draft.

At Carolina, Strowbridge wasn’t thought of as a pass rushing threat, but he opened up some eyes at the Senior Bowl.

He co-led the ACC with three fumble recoveries, while also showing off his ability to get a hand on field goal attempts.

The position is strong up front with Larry Ogunjobi and Sheldon Richardson, but depth is usually always needed in the attrition, as making it through the season healthy often ends up being a battle of attrition.

Trading down irks us all..untill next year when the Browns will be picking twice with the draft in Cleveland.

dark. Next. 4 impacts Jedrick Wills has on roster in 2021

64. Seahawks, John Simpson, G, Clemson

It might not be flashy, but Pete Carroll adds a big-game tested guard to bolster Russell Wilson’s offensive line.