1. Jedrick Wills, Offenisve Tackle
This one isn’t easy to say, nor is it fair. However, the truth of the matter is this — Jedrick Wills didn’t stand out in a good way during the team’s live scrimmage. He was having a hard time with Porter Gustin, which is less than encouraging.
Having said that, a slow transition was expected. Even Nick Dudukovich of Factory of Sadness would agree as he also said Wills saw his stock decline but gave the reasons for this — which included a position change and a lack of offseason programs.
"“Wills played primarily right tackle at the University of Alabama, but he’s switching to left, and he’s been penciled in as the day one starter based off the Browns investment in him. Wills is still growing into the position, though, and that’s fair. He had no rookie camp, mini camp, or OTAs to acclimate himself at the left tackle spot.” — Dudukovich, FOS"
The good news is that Wills has the natural talent to get the job done and he’s also confident enough that even if he did start the 2020 season slow, he will turn it around. He’s also got a great offensive line coach in Bill Callahan who will do all he can to ensure Wills is set up for success in 2020 and beyond.
By no means does his placement on this list mean there’s any cause for concern. It’s just the simple fact that he’s behind the eight-ball through no fault of his own.