Nobody really knows what the Browns are going to do in the 2014 NFL Draft. If they tell you they know, they are lying.
Thursday, May 8 at 8 p.m. the draft kicks off at Radio City Music Hall in New York City and all questions surrounding what the Browns are going to do will be answered.
With that being said, here’s 10 possible picks for the Browns in this year’s draft:
- Jadeveon Clowney: South Carolina (6-foot-6, 266 pounds). Production fell off after spectacular sophomore season for defensive end. Finished last season with 11 1-2 tackles for loss and three sacks after getting 23 1-2 and 13 in 2012. Most talented and athletically gifted player in draft. Blazing fast for size. Moves fluidly. Plays with power, gets off line quickly and can chase down running backs from sideline to sideline. Some questions about playing with consistently high effort and he needs to develop more pass rushing technique.
- Khalil Mack: Buffalo (6-3, 251). Four-year starter who became one of best linebackers in country. Last season had 10 1-2 sacks, three interceptions, five forced fumbles and scored two touchdowns. Potential every down linebacker with ability to be hellacious pass rusher and sideline-to-sideline force. Hard hitter and excellent athlete. Only knock was a few lackluster performances and at times he seemed to try too hard to make big plays.
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