If the Browns make all of their picks Saturday, they'll finish with their third straight double-digit class.
Cleveland made five picks in the first 65 over the first two days of the draft, landing DE Myles Garrett (Texas A&M), S Jabrill Peppers (Michigan) and TE David Njoku (Miami) in the first round, QB DeShone Kizer (Notre Dame) in the second round and DT Larry Ogunjobi (UNC-Charlotte) with the first pick of the third round.
"We feel good about really all five picks," Browns executive vice president of football operations Sashi Brown said late Friday. "For us, it was about trying to improve the roster and getting young guys who are competitive and that embody the values that we cherish in terms of the competitiveness and the toughness. We have some big, athletic men who are going to be joining our roster and are going to help us play a more physical brand of football. We are excited. We really are. It has been a productive two days, and we have one more to go."
The Browns enter the third and final day with five picks but won't make their first until the start of the fifth round. Cleveland parted ways with its fourth-round pick in a trade with the Packers that helped it move back into the first round to land Njoku. If the Browns don't acquire any seventh-round picks over the course of the final four rounds, it will mark just the second time since 2011 they'll be inactive in the draft's final round.
32-175 (From New England)
38-181 (Compensatory pick)
4-188 (From Houston via Chicago)
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