The Cleveland Browns completed the 2020 NFL Draft with a new regime in charge, and we rank each of Cleveland’s selections.
The Cleveland Browns entered the 2020 NFL Draft with seven selections, they ended up making seven selections by the time the draft was completed Saturday afternoon.
However, Cleveland Browns general manager Andrew Berry was able to grab some value when he traded down and added a fifth round pick, but only traded away a seventh round pick.
In his first time leading an organization’s draft, Berry focused on value with his selections while still addressing the team’s biggest needs. He did not move around the board often, only making two trades, both completed on day two of the draft and only moving down a total of 17 spots.
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With the seven selections, Berry took a balanced approach to the draft and did not solely focus on one side of the ball. Of their seven selections, the Browns drafted four players on the offensive side of the ball and three players on the defensive side of the ball.
There were questions about if Berry and the new Browns front office would consistently trade down from their selections in order to gather more draft capital. However, that was not the case, as the Browns mostly stood firm with their selections and added talent.
For the most part, the Browns have been widely viewed as winners in the draft, mostly because of their first two selections of Jedrick Wills and Grant Delpit. Not only did those picks address needs, but both Wills and Delpit were considered one of the top players at their position.
With that said, here is the ranking of the best selections by the Browns during the 2020 NFL Draft.