Top 5 players the Browns should watch at the Senior Bowl

PASADENA, CA - JANUARY 01: Baker Mayfield
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The Cleveland Browns have plenty of prospects to keep an eye on at the upcoming Senior Bowl. These five however, stand out about all the rest, for one reason or another. 

There has been plenty of talk about the 2018 Senior Bowl, especially among fans of teams near the top of the 2018 NFL Draft. This class is, truthfully, one of the best in recent memory.

This year the rosters will be led by the coaching staffs of the Denver Broncos and Houston Texans coaching staff. Although the Cleveland Browns reportedly passed on the chance to coach in the Senior Bowl for a second consecutive year, they still have some prospects to watch.

Browns general manager John Dorsey has made it clear that this year’s NFL Draft is absolutely crucial for the organization. For the Browns and their fans, this game will be of utmost importance. For Browns fans everywhere, this game will also be just fun to watch.

As a game, the Reese’s Senior Bowl boasts 17 Pro Football Hall of Famers among its alumni. The game has featured four all-time quarterbacks in Brett Favre, Terry Bradshaw, Dan Marino and Joe Namath.

It is more than possible that this year’s game could add to the list of 15 Super Bowl winners the Senior Bowl has seen pass through its ranks. If the Browns pay very close attention, they might just snag a future Super Bowl winner in this year’s draft from watching this game.

Right now, it seems like a stretch for the Browns to win a game, let alone a Super Bowl. Nevertheless, there are still plenty of players in this game that can improve Cleveland’s roster. The following are the five that Dorsey and the Browns should be watching the most during practices and at the actual game on Jan. 27 in Mobile, Ala.