The Cleveland Browns had a respectable draft class in 2013. It contained five players of varying talent and positions, but only a few look like they'll become integral pieces of the teams' offense or defense.
Barkevious Mingo was the Browns' first choice in last year's event and proved to be a good pick, but one could argue that he wasn't the best player available at the time.
It's easy to see who should've been drafted after the fact, but even at that time there were questions about the Mingo selection. Even so, when you rethink Cleveland's 2013 class, it's clear some players would've been better choices.
When it came down to deciding which prospects were even in play for any of these spots, there were a few things to consider.
The re-drafted player must have been selected after the drafted player is the main stipulation. Another point of emphasis in making these choices was to pick players that would have not only benefited them last season, but also going into the 2014 season and beyond.
All of the players on this list fit a different need and role within the Browns' system and would surely be important pieces had they been drafted by Cleveland.