Round 4 Pick 1: Tyler Orlosky, Center, West Virginia
Orlosky is a hometown kid, attending high school at Cleveland powerhouse St. Edwards. He isn’t the best athlete but he plays tough and physical to get his job done.
Orlosky has played center for the West Virginia Mountaineers but has experience at guard. Unpopular to what other media members are saying, I believe Cam Erving has been improving at center and will be the starting center moving forward next season. Although Orlosky’s most experience is at center this is a selection to add depth and nastiness along the line. In an interview with CBS draft expert Dane Brugler, Orlosky was asked if he thought he could play guard:
"“I think so. That’s what I was recruited for and that’s what I liked and played all through high school. I wanted to stay at guard, but knew I had a better opportunity at center, especially as a red shirt freshman. Through high school, my coach told me to be prepared to play center because that was my best chance and he was right. I was a little hesitant at first, but it worked out well.”"
For the Browns, adding a physical lineman like Orlosky gives depth along the unit as he can play both the center and guard positions.
Round 4 Pick 37: Ryan Glasgow, DT, Michigan
Building a dominant front seven needs to be a priority for the Browns and the selection of Glasgow provides reinforcement. Glasgow, a fifth year senio,r has been one of Michigan’s strongest defenders all season.