Browns 7-round mock draft projects trade down out of 1st round

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Round 3,  Pick 91: Tyson Campbell, Georgia, CB

Tyson Campbell stands at 6-foot-3 and has blazing speed. Imagine having him in the secondary when the Browns go up against Patrick Mahomes, Tyreke Hill and the Chiefs.

So, why is he projected to slip all the way to No. 91? Despite his physical gifts, he didn’t produce the interception numbers you’d expect to see.He had just one pick in 31 career games.

Plus, if you watched enough of the SEC this past season, you probably saw him get torched. That raises awareness questions ahead of draft day.

When you get to this part of the draft, though, you’re really gambling on things on like physical traits, so that makes Campbell an ideal selection if he’s still available.

As noted earlier, the Browns need more speed on the field and Campbell would provide depth behind Denzel Ward and Greedy Williams.

Campbell’s speed indicates that he’ll be able to hang with NFL wideouts–he just needs some coaching up to avoid giving up those big plays.