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Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor
RGIII is one of the biggest names in the entire draft class and has quarterback-hungry teams practically foaming at the mouth. Griffin has one of the fastest 40-yard dash times out of any quarterback in history, the intelligence to learn any offensive system, and the athletic ability to be successful in the NFL.
The only problem is that he will likely come at a large price. The Browns will likely have to trade up if they want Griffin and trade away their two first-round draft picks they acquired last April.
That is a tough price to pay for a team that is rebuilding, and for a position that is not really the biggest hole on the offense.
Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama
The rumors of Trent Richardson to the Browns cooled down after Richardson did not run at the combine due to a minor surgical procedure on his knee.
However, the Browns look like they will need to address the running back position at some point this Spring and Richardson is clearly the most dynamic rusher in the entire draft.
Cleveland would be in prime position to draft Richardson if they remained at the number four spot and would also have another selection to improve the offense at 22.
Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor
The Browns need a wide receiver in order to compete in the AFC North next season and they do not seem to be in the hunt for Justin Blackmon at this point in the draft.
Wright is considered option 1A for many teams behind Blackmon and has been the prized possession for teams that need a game breaker at wideout.
The ideal situation for the Browns would be to draft Griffin and Wright together. However, that does not really seem feasible given their draft position and trade options.
Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M
If the Browns do not select Robert Griffin in the first round then it is expected that they will target a quarterback sometime in the second day. Tannehill could be the perfect project quarterback for Cleveland, but he has struggled with interceptions throughout his career.
Tannehill would likely sit the bench behind Colt McCoy in his first season but could make an impact during his second year in a quarterback-friendly system.
Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama
Some NFL analysts are now saying that Dre Kirkpatrick could fall out of the first round based on his performance at the NFL combine.
Cleveland would likely enjoy the addition of Kirkpatrick to their secondary as they look to sustain a very prolific pass defense.
Cleveland needs to add depth in order to replace Sheldon Brown after he retires and give some help to Joe Haden.
Kirkpatrick was the most feared player in Alabama's secondary for the last two seasons and would bring a new level of talent to an already-strong corner unit.
Bobby Massie, OT, Ole Miss
The Browns have questions to be answered at right tackle, right guard and left guard heading into the NFL draft. Massie has the skill to play multiple positions on the offensive line and should be around in the third or fourth round.
Cleveland has been plugging in multiple players along the O-line for the last two years, and some consistency would be a huge upgrade in 2012.
Any Defensive End
Cleveland needs to fix the revolving door at defensive end next season and will look at multiple targets to fill the position.
As mentioned in an earlier slide, the Browns feel like they have solid starters in Rubin, Taylor and Sheard.
The right end position needs to be a pure pass rusher that can help the Browns use their linebackers in a more aggressive fashion.