Mock Draft

Mock Draft Roundup: 8 different mocks, 8 different picks for the Browns

After a month or so of rounding up the latest mock drafts, one thing has become abundantly clear.

This isn't 2017.

Remember? Week after week, the mock drafts would say the Browns are taking Myles Garrett at No. 1. And then, when it was time to make the pick, the Browns took ... Myles Garrett.

It couldn't be more different this week. That's life with the 17th pick.

We've got eight of the latest mock drafts from around the Internet, and all eight feature different picks for the Browns. Maybe we'll have some clarity after the NFL Combine? Don't get your hopes up.

Here's how it breaks down.

Charley Casserly - NFL.com: LB Devin White - LSU*
Of Note
*: The former NFL executive says White would be "too good" to pass up at this spot.

Ryan Wilson - CBSSports.com: WR D.K. Metcalf - Ole Miss*
Of Note
*: The viral sensation will have plenty of eyes on him at the Combine, where he'll look to show his speed hasn't been hampered by all the muscle he's packed on to his body.

Danny Kelly - The Ringer: OT Andre Dillard - Washington State*
Of Note
*: Kelly calls Dillard a "pass-blocking savant."

Charlie Campbell - WalterFootball.com: DL Jeffery Simmons - Mississippi State
Of Note: Simmons recently suffered a torn ACL, but Campbell believes the Browns are young enough to weather that kind of injury.

Mel Kiper Jr. - ESPN.com: DL Dexter Lawrence - Clemson
Of Note: Kiper had Simmons in this spot in his first mock draft but bumped him down because of the injury.

Pete Prisco - CBSSports.com: OT Yodny Cajuste - West Virginia
Of Note: Prisco expects Cajuste would provide competition at left tackle and could very well start as a rookie.

Benjamin Solak - The Draft Network: CB Greedy Williams - LSU
Of Note: At 6-foot-1 and 182 pounds, Williams provides the kind of length teams covet at cornerback, Solak writes.

Luke Easterling - USA Today DraftWire: CB Byron Murphy - Washington
Of Note: Murphy was one of the nation's best cornerbacks in 2018, garnering first- and second-team All America recognition from a combined six media outlets.

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