Round 6: Taylor Stallworth, DT, South Carolina
A lot of teams may not have Taylor Stallworth high on their draft boards, but that’s a mistake according to Lance Zierlein of NFL.com.
"“NFL teams may very well take a look at Stallworth’s relative lack of length and mass and immediately push him down the draft pile. That could be a mistake. Stallworth has some limitations and he may not be a factor on rush downs, but he carries a compact, powerful frame and outstanding body control to fight through contact and come out on the right side. His talented handwork could give him the early upper hand in NFL camps and he has the talent to become a solid rotational 4-3 tackle with a long career.” — Zierlein"
The Browns take Stallworth in the sixth and make their defensive line that much stronger. The 6-foot-2, 312-pound nose tackle had 30 tackles and 10 quarterback hurries for the Gamecocks and brings the Browns a strong motored player.
Round 7: Siran Neal, CB/S, Jacksonville State
With their final pick in this 2018 NFL Mock Draft, the Browns take Siran Neal out of Jacksonville State. He’s got good size at 6-foot and 200-pounds. He played mainly at cornerback for Jacksonville State, but could provide a team with an option at either corner or safety.