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Cleveland Browns 2023 Draft Class

A pick-by-pick breakdown of the Browns' 2023 draft class


3rd Round - Pick 74

WR Cedric Tillman, Tennessee

Tillman, a Las Vegas native, played five college seasons at Tennessee and has a career-best season in 2021 when he caught 64 passes for 1,081 yards and 12 touchdowns, which led the Volunteers. A 6-foot-3 and 213-pound target, Tillman played in six games last season and caught 37 passes for 417 yards and three touchdowns. He missed six games last season due to tightrope ankle surgery.

Baylor Bears defensive tackle Siaki Ika (62) celebrates with fans after an NCAA college football game against Texas, Saturday, Oct. 30, 2021, in Waco, Texas. Baylor won 31-24.(AP Photo/Sam Hodde)

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3rd Round - Pick 98

DT Siaki Ika, Baylor

Ika, a Salt Lake City native, provides a massive frame in the interior at 6-foot-2 and 335 pounds. Ika tallied 49 tackles and 4.5 over his final two seasons at Baylor — all 4.5 sacks were recorded in 2021. He was a first team All-Big 12 selection last season, when he was a team captain for the Bears. Ika started his career at LSU, playing in 17 games across two seasons and totaling 22 tackles and one sack.

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4th Round - Pick 111

OT Dawand Jones, Ohio State

At 6-foot-8 and 374 pounds, Jones was one of the biggest players of all players in the draft class and was a two-year starter at Ohio State. Jones primarily played right tackle with the Buckeyes and was a second-team All-American and third-team All-Big Ten selection in 2022 when he didn't allow a single sack. An Indianapolis native, Jones also carries a tremendous 87-inch wingspan.

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4th Round - Pick 126

DE Isaiah McGuire, Missouri

A native of Tulsa, Oklahoma, McGuire was a dominant starter his final two college seasons with the Tigers and amassed 13.5 sacks in that span. He led the Tigers with six sacks in 2021 and led them again with 7.5 sacks in 2022 and was a second-team All-SEC selection in 2022. McGuire also totaled 27 tackles for a loss in his final two college seasons.

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5th Round - No. 140

QB Dorian Thompson-Robinson

A Las Vegas native, Thompson-Robinson was a five-year starter at UCLA and steadily improved across his college career. He built his best season in 2022 and completed 69.6 percent of his passes for 3,169 yards and 27 touchdowns — all of which were career-highs. He was a second-team All-Pac 12 selection in his third and fourth seasons.

Thompson also has a knack for running the ball. He carried the ball 470 times for 1,827 yards (3.9 yards per carry) and scored 28 rushing touchdowns. He scored 12 touchdowns on the ground his final season.

Thompson departed UCLA as the program's all-time passing leader in total offensive yards (12,537), completions (860), touchdown passes (88) and total touchdowns (116).

Check out photos of Browns 2023 fifth round pick Cameron Mitchell.

5th Round - No. 142

CB Cameron Mitchell, Northwestern

A native of Bolingbrook, Illinois, Mitchell was a two-year starter at Northwestern and led the Wildcats with 10 pass breakups in his final season. He totaled two interceptions across his college career and had 52 tackles in 2022. He also was named an honorable mention for the All-Big Ten squad in his last two seasons.

Mitchell is a close friend of Browns CB Greg Newsome II, their first-round pick in 2021.

Ohio State offensive lineman Luke Wypler plays against Rutgers during an NCAA college football game Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022, in Columbus, Ohio. (AP Photo/Jay LaPrete)

6th Round - No. 190

C Luke Wypler, Ohio State

A native of Montvale, New Jersey, Wypler was a two-year starter at Ohio State and earned an honorable mention for the All-Big Ten team last season after he started all 13 games. Wypler played tackle in high school but transitioned to center with the Buckeyes and became the starter in 2021.

Wypler becomes the fourth center on the Browns' roster, joining Ethan Pocic, Nick Harris and Dawson Deaton.

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