Cleveland Browns: 5 prospects worth trading up for in the 2019 NFL Draft
4. Greedy Williams, CB, LSU
Recently, teams seem to have significantly cooled on LSU cornerback Greedy Williams. This leaves the door open for the Browns to come up and grab the 6-2 defender if they want a bigger cornerback than Ya-Sin to put alongside Denzel Ward.
Williams may be the most talented cornerback in this class, but he can be a bit sloppy at times. Focusing on his strengths in Cleveland, he provides a great foil to Denzel Ward in size and strength. His skillset offers a much more diverse set of strengths and allows defensive coordinator Steve Wilks to change looks even more than he already will. The question is: how far will Cleveland have to move up to get him?
It’s hard to get a read on just where teams are going to pick Williams, as he doesn’t seem to have a defined range. He opened early as a top ten pick, but as the draft process rolled on, he cooled down. Still, some analysts like him early, while others have mocked him late in the first. Once again, the Browns could probably grab him by making a deal with Seattle on draft night.
You can find more on Williams and his strengths and weaknesses with our draft profile here.