Cleveland Browns 2022 mock draft: Day two picks stockpile defensive line depth
Cleveland Browns Round 5 pick: Tyrique Stevenson, CB, Miami
Again, here’s a position where injuries have been a problem for the Browns. Denzel Ward and Greedy Williams have struggled to stay on the field during their time in Cleveland and Greg Newsome has already missed two games after missing 40 percent of his collegiate games.
All that being said, they add Tyrique Stevenson for some insurance behind those three. Stevenson offers good height and weight at 6-foot-0 and 214-pounds. He’s a boundary corner but the Browns have guys who can move around while he fills in outside if needed.
Cleveland Browns Round 6 pick: Nick Muse, TE, South Carolina
One of the deepest positions on the roster is tight end as the Browns have Austin Hooper, David Njoku, and Harrison Bryant. Even Stephen Carlson has played well when called upon.
Njoku, however, is on the final year of his deal and could be on the way out if he continues to get less time than he deserves. If so, Cleveland might look to add someone in the draft which leads to the selection of Nick Muse from South Carolina. Muse would fit well in Cleveland due to his ability to play in-line while also serving as a decent pass-catcher.
Cleveland Browns Round 7 pick: Logan Bruss, OT, Wisconsin
Another offensive lineman is picked as the Browns know they need to continue to add talent to this room. With the injuries suffered this season, they go heavy as they use their final pick on Logan Bruss out of Wisconsin.
The Badgers churn out one solid offensive lineman after another so using a flier on one of their players this late is never a bad gamble.