The Cleveland Browns got their guy with their first-round pick.
Pass-rusher Barkevious Mingo appears to have been the pass-rusher Joe Banner and company coveted from the start. He was there for the taking and the new brain trust in Berea opted to go with its guy rather than trade the sixth-overall selection.
With pass-rusher addressed, the Browns could go in any number of directions with their third-rounder. They might even be interested in trading up into the middle or bottom half of the second round.
We'll take a look at seven prospects in the following slideshow that they should heavily consider on Day 2 of the 2013 NFL draft.
All stats, measurements or NFL Scouting Combine results were obtained from NFLDraftScout.com.
The Cleveland Browns might appear to be set at the guard position in 2013 but there is no telling what will change between now and opening day.
Finding a quality offensive lineman in the third round like former Kentucky Wildcats guard Larry Warford would be an ideal scenario for the Browns.
The team hosted the 6'3", 332-pound mauler for a private workout in late March.
Warford would be a solid mid-round addition who could help the team eventually re-establish the power-rushing game. He's also an exceptional pass-protector, allowing no sacks during his final season of collegiate play.
Third-year guard Shawn Lauvao struggled with penalties and in pass protection a season ago. Those struggles make this pick, either in the late-second round after a trade or at the top of the third round, a solid value and need selection for the Browns.
If the Cleveland Browns are indeed looking to find a guard prospect with their third-round pick they might explore Kent State University's Brian Winters.
The Browns expressed interest and spoke with the local product during the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine, but did not conduct a workout with the former Golden Flashes lineman.
Winters is projected as a late second- or early third-round pick by NFLDraftScout.com.
He's a big guard at 6'4", 320 pounds, but has excellent balance and leverage. Winters is also a former high school wrestler and blocks with a mean streak.
NFL.com's prospect profile labels Winters as a versatile prospect and a potential starter at guard or tackle in the NFL. Flexibility is important for offensive linemen as teams prefer to carry as few as possible on their depth charts.
The Cleveland Browns passed up the opportunity to draft any of the consensus top cornerbacks in the 2013 NFL draft class. They got their pass-rusher and Dee Milliner, D.J. Hayden, Desmond Trufant and Xavier Rhodes all were plucked off of the board during the first round.
If the Browns do look to add a cornerback at some point they should take a good look at Mississippi State's Darius Slay.
Slay was invited to Day 1 of the NFL draft, but concerns about his knee may have derailed his rapid rise on draft boards. His knee turns out to not be as big of a concern as initially thought.
The quick cornerback ran a blazing 4.3-second 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine, further solidifying his potential as a top-round pick.
If the Browns hope to land him, they might have to trade up into the middle or early parts of the second round.
The Cleveland Browns could use depth and potentially an upgrade at the free safety position with their third-round pick. Undrafted rookie Tashaun Gipson played well in 2012 but the team could use a true playmaker next to strong safety T.J. Ward.
That's where former Georgia Bulldogs safety Bacarri Rambo comes into play.
Rambo is ranked as the fifth-best free safety in this class by NFLDraftScout.com rankings. The 6'1", 211-pound defensive back is instinctive in coverage and able to move easily from sideline to sideline. He's a big hitter but projects better as a free safety due to his ability to read and react off of the quarterback.
Having a reliable cover-man like Rambo playing deep-middle would allow the Browns to free up Ward to be more aggressive at the line of scrimmage and in the team's run-stopping efforts.
Ranked right ahead of Bacarri Rambo is fellow SEC safety D.J. Swearinger (NFLDraftScout.com rankings). The former South Carolina Gamecocks defensive back is another potential option for the Cleveland Browns on Day 2 of the 2013 NFL draft.
Swearinger, a 5'11", 208-pound DB, is a complete safety who can play in a variety of different schemes for the Browns' secondary. That versatility would allow them to mask formations and packages while moving T.J. Ward around before the snap.
If still available, it's hard to imagine the Browns passing on either one of these two prospects when they're on the clock Friday night.
The Cleveland Browns could use a dynamic change-of-pace running back to spell Trent Richardson. Picking the former North Carolina Tar Heels back in the late-second or early-third round would give them just that.
Bernard could provide the Browns with a "lightning" to Richardson's "thunder."
NFLDraftScout.com ranked the shifty back as the fourth-best of this class and projected him to fall anywhere between the late-second and fourth rounds.
Bernard would be a luxury pick for the Browns on the offensive side of the ball. They have already added wide receiver David Nelson during the offseason and recently explored a trade for Miami Dolphins WR Davone Bess, according to Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times.
The 5'9", 202-pound running back doesn't have blazing speed (4.50-second 40-yard dash) but runs light with pads and looks much quicker on tape. He's a viable threat out of the backfield in the passing game too.
Cleveland could do worse than adding another, albeit different, dynamic running back to its new-look offense in 2013.
The Cleveland Browns might not be done adding linebackers after grabbing outside linebacker Barkevious Mingo with their first-round selection.
Former Iowa State Cyclones inside linebacker A.J. Klein makes a lot of sense for the Browns in the middle rounds of the 2013 NFL draft. He's big (6'1", 250 lbs), instinctive, athletically gifted and a solid tackler.
Klein got the attention of scouts by setting an FBS record with four interceptions returned for touchdowns as a linebacker. His excellent performance at the NFL Scouting Combine made those same scouts take a closer look.
He also fits well into the Browns' new 3-4 defense. His size and upper body strength will allow him to effectively combat opposing guards and close down interior rushing lanes.
If he's available on Friday night, they could jump on the opportunity to draft him rather than waiting to see if he's still available on Saturday.
Mike is a league-wide NFL columnist and Breaking News Team writer with Bleacher Report. Follow him on Twitter for analysis, scouting info., and breaking sports news updates: