As it stated in CLEVELAND, Ohio — The 2017 NFL Draft gets closer every day and every day there’s a new story about who the Cleveland Browns have on their radar for the No.
Crowquill, by Plain Dealer artist Ted Crow, appears three times a week in The Plain Dealer and on cleveland.com.
The trick will be to pick the one player who will be more than just a blip on the Browns’ horizon.
With so many blips on the screen, there seems to be no consensus pick for either an individual player or for a particular position.
Will the Browns go with a quarterback or defensive lineman?
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2017 NFL Combine: Predicting Biggest Breakout Names
Impressive performances generate buzz around potential breakout stars.
Bleacher Report identified 10 combine invitees with the potential to be this year’s breakout performers.
1 of 11Christian Petersen/Getty ImagesThe combine is the NFL’s warped version of a job interview.
Players such as the Dallas Cowboys’ Byron Jones and New Orleans Saints’ Brandin Cooks worked their way into first-round consideration after exceptional combine experiences.
It also serves as an opportunity for scouts and the league’s top decision-makers to match their evaluations with a player’s athletic prowess.
As it stated in Detroit LionsDerek Barnett, DE, Tennessee: When you sack the quarterback only 26 times in a season, it’s safe to say you need help getting after the passer.
Tennessee Titans (from Los Angeles)Jamal Adams, SS, LSU: Tennessee’s secondary badly needs help, both in coverage and in coming up to play the run.
Garrett is the best player in the draft, and the Browns badly need an injection of talent at a premier position.
He’s not very big but he makes up for it by moving as fluidly as any corner in the draft.
Lattimore is the best in the draft at that position, and the Jets are in a good spot to nab him.
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