2015 NFL Draft: 5 Questions on the Cleveland Browns
By Thomas Moore
Sep 13, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; Texas Longhorns defensive tackle Malcom Brown (90) sacks UCLA Bruins quarterback Brett Hundley (17)during the first quarter at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports
Question: Enough nonsense. Who are the Browns taking in the first round?
Janik: Wide receiver DeVante Parker and defensive tackle Malcolm Brown.
Jesse: My best case scenario for the Browns in the first round would be wide receiver DeVante Parker at 12 and defensive tackle Malcolm Brown at 19. Parker gives the Browns a legitimate No. 1 receiver that defenses will have to plan for. Not to mention he would take a lot of pressure off of Dwayne Bowe, Brian Hartline and Andrew Hawkins. Adding a top-flight receiver makes the entire receiving core better.
Brown gives Cleveland a big body to anchor the defensive line. Last season, the Browns finished last in the NFL in rushing yards allowed. Brown shows solid instincts in tracking the ball carrier the entire play, and he should open up pass-rushing lanes for the likes of Paul Kruger and Barkevious Mingo.
Paul: In the 2015 NFL Draft the Cleveland Browns will select wide receiver DeVante Parker from Louisville, and defensive Malcom Brown of the University of Texas. Both are quality players that could step onto the field from day one and make an immediate impact.
Tom: The Browns continue building a defense to terrorize the AFC North Division by selecting defensive tackle Danny Shelton and edge rusher Shane Ray.
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