Round No. 2 – Andrew Booth, Cornerback, Clemson
With injuries to Denzel Ward and Greedy Williams in the past, I’m not sold the Browns won’t be after another cornerback in 2022. It’s a position where you can never have enough talent or depth, and I could easily see the Browns moving on from Williams if the injuries continue.
I haven’t forgotten about Greg Newsome, but if a guy like Andrew Booth from Clemson slid into round two, Berry would certainly have an interest. Booth has first-round talent traits, but a lack of experience makes him a guy that could easily fall into round two.
He has elite athleticism, but still needs a better understanding of the game. Everything he needs will come with experience, and maybe that experience can occur in brown and orange.
Round No. 3 – Kenyon Green, Guard, Texas A&M
With contracts coming up for Joel Bitonio, J.C. Tretter, and Wyatt Teller in the next two seasons, the Browns will continue to add depth at the interior line position. Nick Harris is a great start, but the Browns will be after a piece in the 2022 draft as well.
Guard, Kenyon Green from Texas A&M could fit the Browns mold very well. He has all three traits of the game in intelligence, toughness, and power. Should the Aggies have a strong season, Green could even find himself moving up into round two.
With so many teams focusing on tackle and protecting the quarterback, Green or any interior offensive line player could be the perfect fit in round three. The Browns will have the luxury of not having to start many rookies in 2022.