Cleveland Browns Draft: Trade Up, Trade Down, or Stand Pat?
Cleveland trades up to grab Berry, trading away picks seven and 38. QB will have to wait for later rounds or 2011.
Cleveland stands pat and if Kansas City takes an offensive tackle, Berry likely falls to Cleveland and they keep their remaining draft picks (see previous mock).
Berry is gone. Cleveland trades down to accumulate additional draft picks.
Double trade. Employed last year, Cleveland again double dips down, starting first with San Francisco. The Niners get a shot at a top flight offensive tackle like Bryan Balaga, Bruce Campbell or Trent Williams, which tops their needs chart. The Browns get the No. 13 pick and the No. 49 pick in the second round.
Pick No. 24 FS Taylor Mays, USC
Size and speed in an unbelievable combination. Will Berry be missed?
Pick No. 38 QB Colt McCoy, Texas
Nothing changes here.
These picks along with Mays solidify the Cleveland secondary for years to come.
Pick No. 71 RB Ben Tate, Auburn
Hard hitting back with good bursts of speed and hands out of the backfield.
Has been on the board since the first mock. Good speed, great hands and precise route running.
Big and fast, can add 20-plus pounds and not lose a step.
Pick No. 134 WR Jordan Shipley, Texas
Possession type receiver adds needed depth at the position.
Sleeper pick this deep in the draft. On the board since the first.
Not overly tall but solid with explosive tackling skills along with smart reads and reactions.
Pick No. 177 CB Nolan Carroll, Maryland
Converted WR, good size and speed who knows pass routes. Rising on the boards.
Big massive tackle to plug the hole up the middle. A project but with potential.
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