Opinions change, especially in the world of the NFL analysis, and that's a theme to remember in our latest roundup of mock drafts.
After a roundup that was almost exclusively quarterbacks pegged to the Browns at the No. 2 pick, there's some significant variance in our April edition.
Only 17 more days until the real draft happens …
Pick: QB Carson Wentz - North Dakota State
Of note: Jeremiah has stuck with Wentz from the beginning of this process. He sees the Browns thinking long-term with this pick.
Of note: Brooks calls Wentz a "prototypical dual-threat quarterback with the A-plus arm talent and athleticism to thrive in Hue Jackson's offense."
Pick: OL Laremy Tunsil - Ole Miss
Of note: Davis considers Tunsil to be "perhaps" the top player in the draft and pegs him to play right tackle first before switching back to the left side.
Of note: Brugler notes Jackson was the only NFL head coach able to make it to Wentz's pro day and says he doesn't believe the signing of Robert Griffin III will alter the team's plans.
Pick: QB Jared Goff
Of note: Prisco believes Goff is the best quarterback in this year's draft class.
Pick: LB Myles Jack - UCLA
Of note: Brinson calls Jack "an absolutely dominant athlete."
Of note: Kiper doesn't view Wentz as his top quarterback -- that's Goff, he writes -- but adds the Browns have more flexibility to wait on a QB in light of the signing of Griffin.
Of note: McShay writes Wentz and Goff are "extremely close" but gives Wentz the edge for his "height, sturdy frame, natural accuracy and on-field leadership."
Of note: Farrar gives the edge to Goff because of his "overall accuracy and ability under pressure."
Of note: Burke has long gone against the grain of pegging a quarterback to the Browns, but he says Wentz "showed again at his pro day that there is plenty to work with, even if it will take some time."
Pick: DB Jalen Ramsey - Florida State
Of note: Davis calls Ramsey "arguably the No. 1 prospect in this draft" and calls defensive back a "primary need" for the Browns.