Cleveland -TE Harrison Bryant (Florida Atlantic), IL Nick Harris (Washington), WR Donovan Peoples-Jones (Michigan)
The Browns prioritized getting a third-string tight end over a fifth offensive line starter. That’s not a judgment, just an acknowledgment. Take that for what it is. Harrison Bryant has upside, but not huge upside like Dayton’s Adam Trautman but Bryant could turn into the next Jordan Cameron. That wouldn’t suck. Interior linemen Nick Harris wasn’t known for his run blocking in college but he’s got good pass blocking technique and could be a good starter. He feels more like a project though than a starter today, however. Donovan Peoples-Jones is…well he’s on the team. As a sixth-rounder, no one has huge expectations for him. Just make the team.
Cincinnati – OLB Akeem Davis-Gaither (Appalachian State), DE Khaleed Kareem (Notre Dame), OT Hakeem Adeniji (Kansas), ILB Markus Bailey (Purdue)
Getting Khaleed Kareem and Markus Bailey were nice gets late in the day. Bengals reworked their roster in one draft. Let’s hope they pan out though.
Baltimore – IL Ben Bredeson (Michigan), DT Broderick Washington Jr. (Texas Tech), WR James Proche (SMU), SAF Geno Stone (Iowa)
It’s not even fair that Baltimore is in the same division as the Browns. Geno Stone and Ben Bredeson are interesting pickups.
Pittsburgh – RB Anthony McFarland (Maryland), IL Kevin Dotson (Lousiana), SAF Antoine Brookes Jr. (Maryland), DT Carlos Davis (Nebraska)
If the Steelers can find some starters from this crop of late-round picks, this might change but from first glance, the team didn’t make any huge improvements.