Pre-combine 7 round Cleveland Browns mock draft covering all units
By Jacob Roach
Browns mock draft Round 2 pick No. 44- David Bell, wide receiver Purdue
David Bell is a prospect that has decent size at 6-foot-2 and 205 pounds out of Purdue. Bell has had a productive career with two seasons over 1,000 yards receiving and finished his junior season with 93 catches 1,286 yards and 6 touchdowns.
Bell may be one of the better route runners in this draft and he can win in a variety of different ways. He doesn’t have elite speed but he is fast off the line and knows how to get open consistently. He has strong hands and flashes with some really acrobatic catches down the field. Bell is a pretty solid all-around receiver that can do a little bit of everything. Plainly put he gets open and he makes plays.
Browns mock draft Round 3 pick No. 78- Skyy Moore, wide receiver Western Michigan
The Browns receiver room needs a makeover and an injection of talent and this is the perfect draft to double down on. Skyy Moore is an explosive burner receiver that can really stretch the field and take the passing offense to the next level. He beats man coverage which is just something the Browns have not done for the past two seasons.
Check out some examples of him against man coverage stretching the field.
Browns mock draft Round 3 pick No. 98- Chad Muma, Linebacker Wyoming
Andrew Berry hit a home run last year with the second-round selection of linebacker Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah from Notre Dame. This year he adds more speed and athleticism with the room if he selects Chad Muma from Wyoming. Muma rarely misses a tackle which is a very important trait to have in the NFL.
His biggest strength is in the run game as a downfield player who diagnoses the play quickly and attacks. He is a player that can add depth at the position and do some of the things JOK can do if he needs a break. He plays the pass pretty well and found his way into securing three interceptions this season.