Pat Kirwan is a national NFL insider for CBS Sports.
4th Overall Pick: Sammy Watkins, Clemson, WR
No one in this draft changes field position like Watkins. He is terrific after the catch, can run deep routes well, and after watching the Ohio State game again I'm convinced he's the right guy for the Browns.
If Watkins is still available at fourth overall, then this is absolutely where I go if I'm the Cleveland Browns. It all depends on the strategy of general manager Ray Farmer and who is ranked higher on his board.
In addition to Kirwan's breakdown above, Watkins is impressively physical for a wide receiver at 6'1" and 211 pounds.
The junior out of Clemson can do it all.
He muscles through press coverage and can line up on the outside or in the slot. Watkins' combination of pure blazing speed (4.43 40-yard dash time at the scouting combine), reliable hands and yards-after-the-catch production makes him the clear-cut best receiver in this draft.
26th Overall Pick: Derek Carr, Fresno State, QB
Phil Simms and Jon Gruden both told me Carr is their No. 1 QB in the draft. I like quarterbacks with experience and this guy has 45 starts, 113 touchdown passes and 12,843 yards.
Which quarterback is taken where remains one of the biggest mysteries in this 2014 NFL draft.
When the Browns take a QB really depends on if the collective minds are in love with a single player or value multiple options similarly.
I personally believe that every quarterback in this draft could benefit from a year or more of holding a clipboard and learning the pro game.
Derek Carr showed well at the scouting combine, running one of the fastest 40-yard times among quarterbacks at 4.69 seconds. He chose to wait until Fresno State's pro day on March 20 to throw.
Doubters of Carr cannot deny his phenomenal statistics as a senior. Throwing for 5,082 yards and 50 touchdowns, while also winning back-to-back Mountain West Conference MVP awards, cannot be ignored.
This three-time team captain has fast feet to evade the blitz, can move in the pocket and accurately throw on the run or standing still. A strong arm, quick release, maturity and command of the huddle all point to a leader of men who could grow into a solid NFL starter in time.
Carr's game is not without its flaws. The former Bulldog nails short to intermediate throws, but isn't always the most accurate deep-ball hurler. He sometimes throws off-balance unnecessarily and looked flustered when pressured by USC in this year's bowl game.
However, he has a knack for putting his throws where only his receivers can get to them, which limits turnovers when accuracy is an issue.
At 6'2", he doesn't possess great size, but his mobility should negate any problems that arise due to blocked sight lines.