S Damar Hamlin
For a safety, Damar Hamlin may be one of the better tacklers in the draft. No, I don’t mean still available, either. When starting at least 10 games at Pitt, he never had less than 66 tackles. He also has a 4.6 40-yard dash, which isn’t great but good enough as a safety.
S Caden Sterns
He’s arguably the best fit for the Browns at this point. A 4.4 40-yard dash is nothing to sneeze at, and while he isn’t known for being as sure of a tackler as others, he may be a nice impact player in the secondary.
S Ar’Darius Washington
Another pure project, nothing about Ar’Darius Washington really makes you think he’s going to be the next great-anything. Low numbers, a solid but unimpressive 40 times (another 4.6), and lack of experience. That said, at this point in the draft, you’re looking for special teamers and projects. So why not?
S Christian Uphoff
He’s a somewhat tall (6’2) safety, with modest speed (4.56) but with very little in-game action. That said, he is also a return man. If the Browns are interested in a player who could potentially fill two roles, it’s Chrisitan Uphoff.
S Brady Breeze
Maybe no player hurt his stock by opting out of the 2020 season more than Brady Breeze. A great 4.48 40-yard time isn’t the only thing the safety has. He’s also a stout tackler, with solid coverage skills. His athleticism alone should get his name called before the end of the draft.