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2020 NFL Draft

Final mock draft roundup: National analysts have 8 different picks for Browns at No. 8

We originally projected last week's roundup of mock drafts to serve as the final edition leading up to Thursday's first round.

And then, well, the Browns' trade with Philadelphia changed absolutely everything.

After a few days to digest it, most analysts have adjusted their picks as the clock winds down to the 2016 NFL Draft.

Pick: RB Ezekiel Elliott (Ohio State)

Of note: The former NFL executive says this pick would give Cleveland's new regime "credence."

Pick: LB Myles Jack (UCLA)

Of note: If the issues with Jack's knee turn out to be overblown, he'd be the "steal of the draft," Jeremiah writes.

Pick: Jack

Of note: Davis says Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton would love to have a player like Jack.

Pick: OT Ronnie Stanley (Notre Dame)

Of note: The longtime NFL writer keeps the possibility of a trade down on the table but says Stanley could be a potential heir to replace Joe Thomas.

Pick: Stanley

Of note: Burke projects Stanley would take the spot of Mitchell Schwartz at right tackle in 2016.

Pick: DL DeForest Buckner (Oregon)

Of note: He says Buckner would be a "perfect fit" for Cleveland's 3-4 defense.

Pick: OT Laremy Tunsil (Ole Miss)

Of note: Tunsil was once the most popular pick to go No. 1 in the draft, but a lot's changed since Tennessee traded out of the top spot.

Pick: LB Darron Lee (Ohio State)

Of note: In this scenario, the Browns would be trading down to No. 13, where the Dolphins currently sit. The Dolphins would pick Elliott.

Pick: DE Joey Bosa (Ohio State)

Of note: Prisco did not agree with the Browns' trade down from No. 2 but says "Why not?" when it comes to the popular pass rusher.

Pick: OL Jack Conklin (Michigan State)

Of note: Rang considers the Browns' need to rebuild their offensive line a "priority."

Pick: Bosa

Of note: The jury's out on where Bosa fits in a 3-4 defense. He worked out as an outside linebacker at February's NFL Combine.

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