Because it is nearly impossible to predict what specific players will be selected in the later rounds, I am not going to try. But I will break down the types of players that could be selected.
I tried to work out a scenario where Thaddeus Gibson could come home to Cleveland, but it is just not feasible to think that he will fall to the third round.
The Browns could try to find an edge rusher late in the draft if they do not take one earlier. They lost most of their pass rushing threat when they traded away Kam Wimbley.
Matt Roth is very nice young player who will likely start.
The other starting spot is still up in the air. It could go to Chris Gocong or David Bowens.
Or, call me crazy, but do not count out David Veikune. He barely made his way onto the field last season and has all the looks of a bust.
But if we are willing to give Brian Robiskie more time to prove himself, then why not Veikune?
He will be going into his second season after being selected in the second round in 2009. He had to make a position switch from DE in college to OLB in the pros. That transition takes time. And I, for one, am willing to give him some.