1. Taron Vincent, DT
The last player to consider is much like the previous one. Just like Zach Harrison, Taron Vincent is a former five-star recruit from the 2018 class that failed to live up to lofty expectations. Vincent, whose father is the former Eagles Pro-Bowl cornerback and current NFL Executive Vice President Troy Vincent, battled the injury bug during his Ohio State career.
Vincent missed the entire 2019 season with a torn labrum and he battled other nagging injuries during his playing time as well. Again, blessed with enormous talent, Vincent was finally healthy for his senior season in Columbus, and he played his best football in 2022 while wearing the Scarlet and Grey.
With 25 tackles, a sack, and a fumble recovery, Vincent was mostly known for his run-stuffing ability last season. Something the Cleveland Browns are in desperate need of. Now that last run-stopping defensive tackle the Browns drafted from Ohio State, Tommy Togia, has not panned out yet.
But don’t hold that against Vincent. I believe that Vincent is still getting back to form from his injury-plagued. career.
Vincent would be worth the late-round flyer on as he fits a position of need and has some untapped upside.