The draft resulted in some potential big shifts on the depth chart for the Browns at both WR and TE.
The selection of TE Jordan Cameron isn't necessarily going to shake up the hierarchy at his position, but it definitely adds some serious depth at a position where the Browns didn't have much of a plan B.
Ben Watson remains the top TE on the roster and should see the majority of the playing time at that position.
After that, how things shake out may depend largely on Evan Moore's health. If Moore were to be able to stay healthy, he'll likely be the second TE on the depth chart with Cameron following him in the third slot. Given Moore's injury history though, there's a good chance he misses at least part of the season with health issues, which means the rookie Cameron could find himself as Ben Watson's backup or as his bookend should the Browns use a two-TE formation.
There's also some merit in the idea of using Moore more as a slot receiver, which would also open up more playing time for Cameron at TE.
The WR situation changed as a result of the draft too, but it's more difficult to determine how the depth chart will really shake out at the start of the season there.
As it stands, Mohamed Massaquoi remains the Browns No. 1 receiver, but the addition of Greg Little could change that eventually and certainly changes how things look behind him on the depth chart. Coach Shurmur made comments after the draft indicating that Little could wind up being the Browns No. 1, but the job will be Massaquoi's to lose.
I expect Little to push him, but not necessarily swipe his job.
I do, however, expect to see Little land at least in the No. 2 slot, pushing Brian Robiskie back to third. Hopefully, this will push Robiskie to take his game to the next level. I think he can function adequately in a West Coast offense, but he's going to have to step it up if he wants to compete with MoMass and Little.
Behind those three, there is wild-card Carlton Mitchell, whose speed and potential suggest he could be a valuable contributor in heavy receiver sets, and Haggerty is still around as well. If he's fully healed from injury, he could be in the mix too.