Tired of all the mock drafts that have the Browns taking a left tackle with the No. 10 pick?
Well, there's not much of a reprieve from that in this week's installment of Mock Draft Roundup. What we can give you, however, is a look at all of the analysts who are willing to go beyond the first round to predict what the Browns might do with their second-round pick and beyond.
Some even went as far as the seventh round. Give it a look.
Of Note: Though his final season at LSU may not have been as good as the previous one, Delpit won the Jim Thorpe Award, given annually to the nation's best defensive back.
Of Note: In this scenario, the Browns would trade a second- and third-round pick to move back into the first round and take Cleveland with the No. 32 pick.
Chad Reuter - NFL.com: 1st round - OT Andrew Thomas (Georgia); 2nd round - G Damien Lewis (LSU); 3rd round - LB Willie Gay Jr. (Mississippi State), S Brandon Jones (Texas); 4th round - DT Jordan Elliott (Missouri)
Of Note: The Browns have never in their history used their first two picks in a draft on offensive linemen.
Luke Easterling - Draft Wire: 1st round - OT Mekhi Becton (Louisville); 2nd round - S Kyle Dugger (Lenoir-Rhyne); 3rd round - OL Logan Stenberg (Kentucky), DL James Lynch (Baylor); 4th round - TE Brycen Hopkins (Purdue)
Of Note: Dugger, one of the biggest non-Division I prospects in the draft, can help teams as both a safety and a returner.
Of Note: Phillips was the starting middle linebacker for the national champion Tigers.
Josh Edwards - CBSSports.com: 1st round - Thomas; 2nd round - DT Ross Blacklock (TCU); 3rd round - Gay, LB Akeem Davis-Gaither (Appalachian State); 4th round - S Ashtyn Davis (Cal); 6th round - WR Joe Reed (Virginia); 7th round - RB James Robinson (Illinois State)
Of Note: Some projections have had Davis as high as a second-round pick.
Of Note: Baun was one of the most productive defensive players in the nation last season, racking up 19.5 tackles for loss and 12.5 sacks.