As mentioned in the opening slide this first pick is going to imagine that the Browns acquired a top cornerback in free agency. Let's go with Sam Shields, now formerly of the Green Bay Packers.
This is the team's most urgent need and if a CB is not signed then Alabama's Dee Milliner becomes number one on their draft big board.
That is the mock scenario, which means that Cleveland must add a bona-fide pass rusher for Ray Horton's hybrid 3-4 defense.
Damontre Moore is that man.
He had a breakout junior season in 2012 that was highlighted by a selection to the All-Southeastern Conference First Team.
The Texas A&M defensive end tied for second in the country in sacks with 12.5, shared third place in tackles for a loss at 20 and runs a 4.83 second 40-yard dash.
Moore is a versatile player that has performed both as a DE in Texas' 4-3 and as an outside linebacker the previous year in a 3-4 base.
Listed at 6'4" and 250 pounds, Moore's long, lean build and ability to thrive in multiple schemes makes him the perfect fit for what the Browns are looking for.
The Aggie's blend of physicality and speed will book end Jabaal Sheard nicely at outside linebacker. Assuming that Sheard can successfully adjust to his new position.
All of a sudden the transition of defensive philosophy seems far less daunting.
Two CBS Sports mock drafts have Moore going in the top five. This is of course before free agency and the Scouting Combine so that could very well change.
However, if he is off the board then the Browns need backup plans.
OLB Jarvis Jones seems to be a likely next man up and after him perhaps defensive ends Barkevious Mingo or Ezekiel Ansah make the cut.
Looking at a trade down possibility to try and nab that missing second-round pick may end up becoming the most appealing option of all.
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