Bruce Ellington, WR, South Carolina
It's obvious that Cleveland will at least be looking at wide receivers during the third day. The Browns may prefer a bigger wideout, but it would be difficult to pass on someone of Ellington's caliber.
The South Carolina product is undersized, measuring in at just 5'9", but he is explosive and fast. At this point, Cleveland can't afford to be too picky—they need good receivers, regardless of their size.
Kevin Norwood, WR, Alabama
Norwood is bigger than Ellington, weighing in at 6'2" and 200 pounds. The Alabama product obviously has good size, and he is also fast. Additionally, Norwood's hands and body control are both solid. A Norwood selection would address a need for Cleveland, but there is no problem with picking him at this point in the draft.
Martavis Bryant, WR, Clemson
A 6'4", 210-pound receiver, Bryant is tall and long but lacks ideal bulk. Bryant also possesses the speed to get downfield and the body control to make acrobatic catches. He is far from a sure thing, like every player still available in the fourth round but at least he has upside.
Jeff Janis, WR, Saginaw Valley State
Janis is another developmental wide receiver with size. The 6'3", 220-pounder is a tremendous athlete but not much of a wide receiver. He needs a ton of work. In the seventh round, though, teams take upside where they can get it.
Jake Murphy, TE, Utah
Murphy is a decent athlete with great hands. He isn't really an in-line tight end like the Browns may want, but he is at least a capable receiver who can play both out of the backfield and split out.
Colt Lyerla, TE, Oregon
If it weren't for character issues, Lyerla would be gone by now. At 6'4", 240 pounds, he isn't especially big, but he is a tremendous athlete with the ability to move all over the field. Cleveland may not like his attitude, but in the seventh round, his talent and fit with Johnny Manziel would be tempting.