Cleveland Browns move to make the Super Bowl No. 2 – Draft a wide receiver in round one
Even if the Cleveland browns decide to keep Landry (which I see no scenario of that happening), there is going to be a huge void at the receiver position. I would argue that Donovan Peoples-Jones and Anthony Schwartz will be the only two guys returning with any experience, and neither have a ton.
As much as I would like to see the Browns go defensive line at pick No. 13, it must be a wide receiver. I don’t care how loaded this class is at the position, it’s too big of a need for the Browns to pass on. Wide receiver is the one position the last few years where rookies have really shined as well.
Some say the class is so deep you should wait until round two, but if Garrett Wilson is available at No. 13, the pick should take about three seconds to submit.
Not only is Wilson a former Ohio State Buckeye, but he is also the perfect fit in this system. He has speed, quickness, and tremendous hands which allow him to be an elite route runner. If Baker Mayfield can get him the ball, I see him having a 1,000-yard season as a rookie.
Sometimes things just don’t work out, and as much as we all wanted it, Odell Beckham just wasn’t meant to be in Cleveland. Wilson could give you everything and more you hoped Beckham to be.