When a team goes 4-12 there is obviously a ton of room for improvement. The Cleveland Browns have glaring needs on both sides of the football and the best way to fix those long term is through the draft.
On May 8, general manager Ray Farmer will draft players with the expectations that these new members should ultimately be starters. Anytime you have a chance to improve a position on your team you need to do so.
Not every player is built to start immediately in the NFL, however. This will be the first time Farmer can show exactly how talented he is at player evaluation. He alone shoulders the responsibility of rebuilding the Browns now.
So whom should he select? Here are five players who could be starters for the Browns Week 1 of the 2014 NFL season.