Cleveland Browns bolster trenches in Week 10 mock draft
This pick will more than likely turn into a third-round pick for the Browns, as Duke Johnson needs to play just one more game for the Texans for the conditional pick to be turned into a day two selection.
Here, the Browns grab another tackle in the fourth round in Walker Little, who preseason was touted as one of the best tackles in the class due to his athletic traits and stature. However, Little remains a bit technically raw, and unfortunately for the draft hopeful, he tore his ACL early in the 2019 season.
This could be a steal for the Browns as they have one of the better offensive line coaches in all of football in James Campen, who can mold Little’s technique to use his athleticism and 6-7 frame to his best advantage. Given the need for two new tackles, the Browns could very well snag two tackles in this draft class.
While this year’s sixth-round pick Drew Forbes could play right guard, there have been indications that he can also snap the football. They have a starter at center in J.C. Tretter, but this small comment made in a press conference could mean Forbes might start concentrating more at center to back-up Tretter. If Forbes does instead fill a hole at right guard while providing them a reserve center, then the Browns will be right back at square one at right tackle.