Well heres another mock draft. or drafts. I'll do both scenarios where we trade or don't trade.
Round 1- Matt Kalil OT USC- Matt Kalil is the consensus 2 or 3 pick. He has exceptional pass blocking and has a large frame(6,7). He also has tremendous athleticism shown by him blocking a field goal. It dosn't matter if sam has TWO bona fide wrs, if he can't have time to throw to them. An example is the GSOT. Yes, Bruce and Holt were great, but if not for orlando pace, the whole offense would've flopped.
Round 2-Zack Brown OLB UNC- Zack Brown can be the Lane Briggs to JL.
Round 3-Dwight Jones WR UNC- Jones is a big guy who can beat you down field if needed to. He can break tackles and make people miss, making 1 yard throws into 10+ yard gains.
Round 4-Kevin Zeitler OG Wisconsin- Anybody who played on the wisconsin )-line is dominant and if Zeitler falls till here, great for the rams. but htat may not be an option so.
Round 4 alternative pick- Dontari Poi DT Memphis- Humungus guy who can stuff the run.
Round 6-Juron Kriner wr Arizona- Can be a healtier version of DX
Round 7-Rhett Ellison TE USC- Did well in USC.
Trading with the Browns
We get their two first round picks and their second round pick for our #2 pick.
Round 1-Justin Blackmon WR Oklohoma State- One word: Productive.
Round 1-Reily Reiff OT Iowa- Next best thing after Kalil.
Round 2- Zack Brown- Look Above.
Round 2-Chase Minnifield CB Virginia- Great CB who can help us if Bartell or Fletcher go down again.
Round 3-Alameda Ta'amu DT Washington- Great DT, who has the size to stop the run but can still get to the QB.
Round 4-Doug Martin RB Boise State- Good back, albeit small who can spell Jackson and catch the football on third down.
Round 6-Juron Kriner WR Arizona- Can provide a Redzone Target for Bradford.
Round 7-Rhett Ellison TE USC- Same as above.
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