With the 64th overall pick the Cleveland Browns selected Emmanuel Ogbah, defensive end out of Oklahoma State.
Ogbah was the best remaining defensive end on the board when the Browns selected him.
Joey Bosa, DeForest Buckner, and Shaq Lawson were all selected before him.
Ogbah had a great junior season at Oklahoma State before declaring for the draft.
He finished with 63 tackles, 16.5 tackles for loss, 12.5 sacks, one fumble recovery, one touchdown, and three forced fumbles.
Ogbah lasted three season with the Browns before he was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs for safety Eric Murray who was selected in the fourth round of the 2016 draft.
Despite being a three year starter for the Browns, it was clear that it was best for him to have a change of scenery.
He was nearing the final year of his rookie contract when he was traded and was playing for a second contract.
This is typically when a player makes the most money in their career.
With Cleveland bringing more players into the defensive end room, Ogbah was seeing less and less time on the field and to get the most money he could would have to play somewhere else.
This ended up working out in his favor. He was traded to the Chiefs where he would become a Super Bowl champion in his only season with the team.
Ogbah could have been an amazing second or third string defensive end on this current Browns roster.
Having a rotation of Myles Garrett, Jadeveon Clowney, and Ogbah would give opposing quarterbacks nightmares and give the Browns arguably the best pass rush in the league.
However, things were not meant to be for Ogbah in Cleveland no matter how much we wish it was.