In just a few short weeks, the Cleveland Browns will participate in the draft, either shrewdly adding to an increasingly deep roster or creating another headache and controversy for players and fans.
Cleveland has has its share of hits and misses when it comes to the draft, and the process has only become more volatile and unpredictable over the past few years. To add to the suspense, the class of 2013 is a fascinating case study, with plenty of well-rounded talent but no obvious future franchise players.
Plenty of questions remain: Will the Browns utilize their sixth pick or trade down for a second rounder? With the Brent Grimes situation spiraling in the media, will cornerback be the team's most glaring need come draft day?
Every answer, every decision is a domino that could completely change the tone of draft day. It's one of the most exciting times of the year, and it can also be the most stressful for fans.
Regardless, though, there are a few tasty tempting picks on the board this year that the Browns would be wise to avoid. Like the meatball sub I once bought from a guy sitting outside 7-11, some risks are simply not worth the potential upside.
Here are the top four players to avoid, in no particular order.