No. 2: Moro Ojomo, DT, Texas
Moro Ojomo is a very interesting defensive tackle from Texas. Projected as a Day 2 pick, Ojomo can really help his stock at the combine with a solid performance. He's listed at only 280 pounds so I'm sure that the Browns would like to see some added weight, but he plays with a lot of strength on film.
Last season he was a very disruptive player for the Longhorns. Not only was he stout against the run but he showed some good pass-rushing ability from the interior with three sacks on the season. It was on third downs though where Ojomo really shined with a pressure rate of 17.2% and a pass rush win rate of 24.1%. Those are very solid numbers from a defensive tackle.
The big question on Ojomo and possibly something Berry can learn from the combine is why he ranked fourth on his team in total snaps. Is stamina a concern for him or did the Longhorns just like rotating players to keep Ojomo fresh?
It's a worthy question to ask and one that Berry and his staff must figure out this week.