Part of me wanted to put Skyy Moore on this list but while I did everything I could to justify playing god, part of me had to be an honest God. Moore isn’t lasting past the first round anymore. At one point he was a third-round pick, but then he had to go run a 4.41 40-time, and now all of a sudden people are all over the Moore bandwagon.
Drake London, Chris Olave, and Garrett Wilson aren’t surviving this late either, so as much as I’d love to have them as well as my pick at No. 99, unfortunately, I’m just going to have to settle for Alec Pierce.
Alec Pierce is someone with remarkable measurables. He’s not just a tall option that can play the boundary or be a red zone option but he can legitimately stretch the field. He towers over corners at 6’4 and can keep up or outrun most with his 40-time, 4.41 and that will help the offense. With the Browns getting Amari Cooper, and Donovan Peoples-Jones still on the roster (for now), the Browns aren’t going to have world-beaters at the position but there are still talks of bringing back Jarvis Landry.
Landry made a big move, opting not to take a restructured contract and instead entered free agency where no one has shown a real interest in him. If the Browns get Landry back then they’ll have the size, speed, and credibility needed for fans to accept this corp.