Meet Your 2009 Cleveland Browns Draft Picks


Round 1 (21st overall): C Alex Mack, California

Round 2 (36): WR Brian Robiskie, Ohio State

Round 2 (50): WR Mohamed Massaquoi, Georgia

Round 2 (52): OLB David Veikune, Hawaii

Round 4 (104): LB Kaluka Maiava, USC

Round 6 (177): DB Don Carey,  Norfolk State

Round 6 (191): DB Coye Francies, San Jose State

Round 6 (195): RB James Davis, Clemson

This is obviously just the list of the Browns’ 2009 picks, so be on the lookout for breakdowns of each player throughout the next week.  Hope everyone had a great Draft weekend.

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  • http://www.clevelandbrownsweblog.com Clayton

    I hope that Davis and Harrison can help take some pressure off of Jamal in terms of the running game. Lewis is still good, but he had too many carries last year for his age and his running style. The addition of Davis and Mack plus the improvements to our offensive line through free agency should result in a much better running game over the next couple of years.

  • Smitty

    What happen with choosing DT Paul Griffin (FSU)????

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