With the Scouting Combine giving us more information about the incoming class of rookies, we take another guess at how the Cleveland Browns draft will play out in this post-combine 7-round mock draft
The 2020 NFL Scouting Combine has come and went. The annual Underwear Olympics were once again a success as NFL scouts, coaches, and general managers all got to check out the athleticism of the incoming class of players.
For the Cleveland Browns, this year’s class was full of players they really needed to be paying attention to. Heading into the Combine, we already knew that they had to get better along the offensive line. That was evident even before Greg Robinson, who wasn’t coming back in 2020, was arrested and hit with some felony charges.
In addition to the left tackle spot vacated by Robinson, the Browns needed to get better at right guard. A rotation door at the position left Baker Mayfield fending for himself often when an opposing defensive line boasted a good interior pass rusher.
Cleveland also needed to find someone to start at safety with Damarious Randall all but gone in 2020. They also are unsure what will happen with Morgan Burnett, the veteran who tore his Achilles last season.
During the draft, the Browns actually even found themselves with more holes to fill. According to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com, general manager Andrew Berry met with the representation for linebacker Joe Schobert and decided to move on this offseason.
So with those positions now needing to be filled, the Browns surely had their eyes focused on several players who could line up in those spots. Now, we try and fill in the gaps on the roster in this post-combine 7-round mock draft.