The Browns look to add depth to the middle of the offensive line with their fourth-round selection by adding Solomon Kindley from Georgia. Kindley is an absolute load on the inside measuring 6-foot-3 and weighing 337-pounds. He will be a player who needs to develop and can hopefully do that by sitting a year and learning from line coach Bill Callahan and the rest of the starters like fellow guard Joel Bitonio.
The Browns do have a slight hole at right guard. The front office has a belief that Wyatt Teller could be that guy after limited action last year with decent performance. They also believe in 2019 rookie Drew Forbes who missed all of last year with an injury. Forbes has received some high praise and is hoping to be the starter at right guard. Hopefully one of those two can be a solid 5th starter for the offensive line.
Kindley is a huge body that played in a difficult SEC conference and can hopefully develop into an NFL starter. He can probably afford to lose 10-20 pounds and get a little more agile, but Kindley is an aggressive player who loves contact. He can be a force in run blocking with a little bit of work.
Hopefully, between Teller, Forbes, and Kindley, the right guard spot can be fixed for the near future. They are all young players who surely can develop, and actually have found themselves in a good situation with veterans and great coaches to learn from. A solid depth piece here with the potential to start in the long run.