Who Should the Cleveland Browns Draft With the No. 4 Overall Pick?

It’s a question that’s been asked dozens of times in the last few months, but the answer seems to change on a daily basis. Luckily for the Cleveland Browns, there is (almost) no way to mess up their selection at No. 4 overall, save for maybe trading the pick down and igniting the anger of an entire fan base.

Whether it’s wide receiver Justin Blackmon, running back Trent Richardson, cornerback Morris Claiborne, offensive lineman Matt Kalil or someone else, there is no doubt that the Browns have options. Obviously, what happens in the previous pick (held by the Minnesota Vikings) will help dictate what Cleveland can/should do, but the Browns are certainly in an encouraging position.

Their only problem, then, might be from a wealth of options. That being said, with so many potential selections (and so many needs), who is the best pick for the team?

Who Should the Browns Draft at No. 4?

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Tags: 2012 NFL Draft Cleveland Browns Justin Blackmon Matt Kalil Morris Claiborne Trent Richardson

  • wvuman323

    I pray that the Cleveland Browns realize that Justin Blackmon is just a product of the system he played in. Blackmon played in the same system that Crabtree played in. If your not familiar with it check out this past years Orange bowl and WVU’s record setting performance. Dana Holgorsons system is what made blackmon and Crabtree look so great. There are better receivers in the this draft. Please don’t waste the #4 pick on a 2nd or 23rd round receiver. I believe with so many spots needing filled you have to go with best player available which would be Claiborne or Kalil. Which ever 1 Minnesota doesn’t pick.