After injuries have continued to pile up for the Browns at defensive back, I look for them to try and add depth in the draft. Especially if a talent like Grayland Arnold from the University of Baylor is around at pick number 244. Coming from a small-town Arnold is used to success after being named an All-State Texas high school athlete playing quarterback, wide receiver, defensive back and kick returner.
Arnold was an extremely important player at Baylor even as a freshman where he started four games and appeared in 5 more. Injuries and durability will be what keeps Arnold from being a fourth or fifth-round pick in 2020. As a sophomore, he had a broken arm that kept him out of three games and then an ankle injury that allowed a medical redshirt after missing an additional nine games.
Arnold’s final year with the Bears was limited to 11 of 13 games with yet another injury, but he did accomplish earning second-team All-Big 12 honors with a fifth-best in the FBS six interceptions.