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Barkevious Mingo, DE, LSU
Mingo is a player about whom there is a great difference of opinion. Some have him ranked within the top 10 picks, while others have him near the end of the round. The Browns have a young but talented defense that is a few playmakers away from being successful.
Mingo's freakish athletic ability makes him an intriguing prospect. He rushes the passer with ease, but struggles in the run game.
Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama
The Browns are in the market for a cornerback who will fit defensive coordinator Ray Horton's defensive scheme, but it's unclear where they will look to get that player. Milliner could immediately play opposite Joe Haden to give the young defense a formidable pair of corners.
Milliner has great ability to cover and is far and away the best cornerback in the class. He's not a flashy playmaker, but he's extremely solid.
Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama
Offensive guards aren't supposed to be taken in the first 10 picks of the draft, but Warmack looks to challenge that notion. The big guard played so well at Alabama that teams will actually look at Warmack as a potential option early in the draft.
The Browns need to do a better job protecting Brandon Weeden and creating running lanes for Trent Richardson. Their offense is solid, but better offensive line play will make them even better.
Damontre Moore, DE, Texas A&M
The Browns need to get a 3-4 pass-rusher for defensive coordinator Ray Horton. Moore seemingly fits the bill with his ability to get to the quarterback in a hurry.
Moore has great strength and his size seems to fit that 3-4 outside linebacker position better than a defensive end, where he would be undersized. Moore also plays well against the run. He would make the Browns defense exciting to watch.
Best Choice: Damontre Moore