Cleveland Browns: NFL Draft Prospects to watch in Dec. 26 bowl games


Nov 20, 2013; Toledo, OH, USA; Northern Illinois Huskies safety Jimmie Ward (15) warms up before the game against the Toledo Rockets at Glass Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

As Cleveland Browns fans find themselves randomly put in front of bowl games they may not otherwise have an interest in watching.  So, in an effort to give fans a little insight into some of the players the Browns might end up with in the NFL Draft, this is a heads up on who they may want to keep an eye on in these games.

Out of these two games, Jimmie Ward might be the most interesting name to keep an eye on as far as what he could bring to the Browns, but Aaron Donald is always worth watching as he is just a tremendous defensive lineman.  Devin Street has a unique skill set in addition to his great size for the receiver position.  Where Jordan Lynch will play in the NFL is a debated issue; some see him as a quarterback, but other options have ranged from running back to wide receiver to safety.

Little Caesar’s Bowl, 6:00pm ESPN
Pittsburgh v. Bowling Green

S.D. Credit Union Poinsettia Bowl, 9:30pm ESPN

Utah State v. Northern Illinois