No. 5: Tyler Biadasz IOL, Wisconsin
Sticking with the offensive line theme, Tyler Biadasz would be an excellent addition to this Cleveland roster. With the ability to play both guard or center, Biadasz can start right away at guard while also having the capabilities of being the back-up center to J.C. Tretter.
The 2019 Remington Trophy winner as the nation’s top center, Biadasz should fit nicely into Cleveland’s new zone-blocking scheme as he is very good at getting to the second level when run blocking.
The three-season starter for Wisconsin, Biadasz could walk right in as a day two draft pick and start at right guard for the Browns.
No. 4: Ezra Cleveland OT, Boise State
If the Cleveland Browns decide to wait for round two to select a tackle, Ezra Cleveland could be their main target. Projected as a late first to mid-second round draft pick, Cleveland has the size and athleticism that you look for in a starting left tackle.
Scouts say that Cleveland needs to add some bulk to his 310-pound frame, but after spending time with an NFL conditions staff that should not be a problem. He’s a little raw and without playing top-end competition in college, Cleveland may be best suited to start his career on the sidelines as he learns and develops his abilities.
No. 3: Antoine Winfield Jr. Safety, Minnesotta
Antoine Winfield Jr. simply makes plays on the football field. He is an excellent all-around athlete who would be a ballhawk for this Cleveland secondary. The idea of pairing Winfield with Greedy Williams and Denzel Ward has to be at the top of Andrew Berry’s mind as we inch closer to the draft.
Winfield had an excellent senior season for the Golden Gophers with 83 tackles, three sacks, seven interceptions and two forced fumbles on his way to an All-Big Ten selection. Winfield would be the playmaking safety that Cleveland has needed for years.