Again, the Browns have done a good job adding talent to their roster to where they believe they can head into the 2019 season with what they feel is a starter in every position. Even with that being true, there is one spot that could use some competition — offensive tackle. Currently, Greg Robinson is slated to be the left tackle but his track record has given John Dorsey enough pause to give him just a one-year deal.
On the other side is Chris Hubbard who had his moments at right tackle, but was underwhelming overall in 2018. Don’t be surprised if they bring in a player who can eventually supplant one of those two. One such player who could make that happen is Greg Little, the massive offensive tackle from Ole Miss.
At one point, Little seemed to be the premier left tackle prospect in this draft but questions about his technique started to creep out and he was passed up by players such as Jonah Williams and Andre Dillard — both of who went in the first round. Little added a subpar workout that may have attributed to him remaining on the board throughout the first night.
Listed at 6-foot-5 and 310-pounds, Little could push for the starting left tackle spot from day one. Should he lose to Robinson as a rookie, he would have time to groom. Should he win, G-Rob and Hubbard could fight for the right tackle spot. Either way, the Browns would improve their line which is of the utmost importance now that they finally have their franchise quarterback.