Cleveland Browns Round 4 Pick 107- Cameron Jurgens, Center, Nebraska
Cleveland moved on from veteran center J.C. Tretter, paving the way for third-year center Nick Harris to take over the role. Cameron Jurgens would be the perfect fit to become the Browns’ new number two center behind Harris. Jurgens started his career at Nebraska as a tight end before bulking up and moving to center.
The Browns love to pull their lineman and with the zone blocking scheme they need athletic lineman, Jurgens is exactly that. As a former tight end, you see it on tape, Jurgens is explosive and powerful as a blocker.
If they need to add a backup center having a player like Jurgens, one of the more athletic linemen in the draft, would be the perfect fit. Jurgens still lacks experience having just made the change a few years ago and needs help with technique. Going to Cleveland to work with Bill Callahan would be a great situation for Jurgens.
Cleveland Browns Round 4 Pick 118- Jelani Woods, Tight End, Virginia
After releasing Austin Hooper the Browns will likely look to add a third tight end to the roster with only two currently under contract. Jelani Woods is 6-foot-6 and 259 pounds and is a very willing blocker with good athleticism.
Woods has big strong hands and with his size is great at getting the 50/50 balls and making contested catches. Woods’s size and athleticism create mismatch opportunities, especially if he gets matched up on smaller defensive backs.