With the NFL Scouting Combine taking place this weekend, John Dorsey and the Cleveland Browns will have all eyes on Indianapolis. There are three prospects working out this weekend that might fill Cleveland’s need at wide receiver.
The 2019 NFL Draft is brimming with talent, and with the Combine taking place this weekend, it’s time for the top prospects to strut their stuff in various workouts. The Cleveland Browns front office group is going to be keeping their eyes open for any player that might be able to aid the Dawg Pound in 2019.
On the offensive side of the ball, Cleveland’s main concern should be the wide receivers group. With the quarterback in place, and the offensive line practically set in stone for 2019, young stud Baker Mayfield still needs someone to throw to. Rashard Higgins, Jarvis Landry, and Antonio Callaway are a good start, but the Browns still need a No. 1 option to put their offensive into high gear next season. Looking to this year’s draft might be a good start.
The 2019 wide receivers class hasn’t been getting nearly as much attention as past years. With such a defense-heavy draft, pass-catchers have flown relatively under the radar. Testing on Saturday, this year’s receiving group has a little something for everyone. Speed, size, possession, this year’s class has it all.
But, where should the Browns be looking, specifically? Having so many prospects to watch can be a little overwhelming, but knowing what you’re looking for can help narrow down the search for “the one.” Out of all the receivers at the Combine this year, the Browns should be looking at three specific prospects.