Michel Floyd is arguably one of the top three receivers in this year's draft class. He is both a deep threat and a possession receiver.
He can block just as well as he can catch and is as reliable as clockwork in third-down situations. He's a big, physical and experienced receiver that will make an impact the second he puts on his new hat on draft day.
There is so much upside to Floyd that it is hard to pick a spot to start.
In short, Cleveland needs a reliable receiver that will not be afraid to go up against those stifling AFC North defenses. He will go across the middle and catch the ball, he will explode off the line and catch it at midfield and he will be in the end zone 50 yards away if that's where he's needed.
The abilities that Floyd has at his disposal should make McCoy get butterflies in his stomach. If Floyd were to become a Brown, McCoy would have a dependable receiver that he could send all over the field and be confident that the ball will safely land in Floyd's hands.
Aside from his potential with the passing game, Floyd is notorious for being an excellent blocker when it comes to the run game. He's one of the few receivers that are physical enough to move would-be-defenders out of the way in lineman fashion and is also known to lay very effective cracks on unsuspecting linebackers.
These running bonuses will lend to the running game, just as much as Floyd gives to the passing game. The running lanes will be wider, and the back will have a mobile blocker that can keep pace with him while at the same time still having the ability to lay effective blocks.
Micheal Floyd is the complete package. He's everything the Browns want and need and will be a perfect fit if he lands in Cleveland. He'll start from day one and will be making headlines the whole time.