Browns 7-round mock draft: Free agency paves way for trade down

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Round 4, Pick 108 (from Falcons) Roadarius Williams, CB, OSU

What’s a way to make sure a member of the Williams family is active in 2021? Draft Greedy Williams brother,  Rodarius Williams.

But seriously, the pick works here. The Browns should be stockpiling corners, even with the addition of Hill and if they could get Williams here, it’d be a fine selection.

Roadarius was as durable as they come at Oklahoms State, starting in a school record 48-consecutive games, even with the 2020 campaign being shortened due to COVID.

He didn’t have any interceptions last season, but he did lead OSU with seven deflections in nine starts, which helped him earn second-team all-conference recognition.

If he had better stats, he’d be long gone by the time the Browns pick here. Berry would have to take him hoping that some of those balls he puts his hands on could one day become picks.

Again, considering where the Browns would be picking, I’d easily sign off on this pick.