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12) DL Danny Shelton (Washington) *
The Browns could go with Parker here if they want that big-three wide receiver, but I think with Shelton on the board, the defensive-minded Browns get their Haloti Ngata to solidify the interior of the defensive line and shore up the league's 32nd-ranked run defense. This is the best possible outcome at 12 for me.
*19) WR Breshad Perriman (Central Florida) *
Perriman has the size and speed combination you look for in a true No. 1 wide receiver in the NFL. He is a physical freak and respected NFL films analyst Greg Cosell thinks he could be the best wide receiver in this draft.
12) WR DeVante Parker (Louisville)
Browns general manager Ray Farmer sticks to what he said in his pre-draft press conference. Though the Browns added Dwayne Bowe and Brian Hartline in free agency, Farmer's draft board isn't affected "one iota," as he lands one of this year's top playmakers.
19) OL Cameron Erving (Florida State)
His versatility as an offensive lineman who can play all five positions is just too alluring to pass.
12) OLB Vic Beasley (Clemson)*
Farmer and Co. are thrilled when the ferocious pass rusher unexpectedly slips to pick No. 12. Beasley will fight for playing time right away and has potential to be a 10-sack player year in and year out.
19) DL Malcom Brown (Texas)
Versatility is why Cleveland will ultimately pull the trigger on Brown. The 320-pounder is big enough to play nose tackle in the middle but agile enough to set the edge as a defensive end in the Browns' scheme.
12) DL Danny Shelton – (Washington)
Shelton shined at the Senior Bowl. The big-three wide receivers in the draft – Amari Cooper, Kevin White and DeVante Parker – likely will be gone at that point and the Browns will focus on shoring up their run defense with the top available nose tackle.
19) OL Andrus Peat – (Stanford)
In the Cardinal's offense, Peat will come to the NFL pro-ready. The transition for him will be very easy to immediately go into a competition, whether it be at guard or tackle. He'll contribute and solidify that running game and protect whoever is the quarterback for the Browns.