The NFL Scouting Combine is all wrapped up, which means it is updated Cleveland Browns mock draft time.
Some interesting results came out of the last four days in Indianapolis and will surely shuffle many scouting draft boards.
As we all know, free agency is going to shape much of what the Browns need to focus on when evaluating the new class of NCAA hopefuls. Remember that the compensatory picks have not been assigned yet either.
This is my second "what-if scenario" mock where specific situations are outlined that influence what players would fall where.
In this version, Cleveland CEO Joe Banner lives up to his self-proclaimed reputation of trading down in the first round and does just that. Banner's full combine media conference transcript can be found at Ohio.com
The Browns move to between the 10th and 15th overall spots. This secures them the much coveted second-rounder, but they had to give up their last of two sixth-round picks in the process.
With plenty of salary cap room (estimated $48.9 million) as well as a need for depth at cornerback, outside linebacker, tight end and offensive guard, we'll also assume that the club signs one viable starter at each position via free agency.
All combine drill results are courtesy of NFL.com
Now that all the rules are set, let's begin the 2013 entry draft!