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Mock Draft Roundup

Mock Draft Roundup: How did the NFL Combine change top analyst's projections for Browns?

One of the most important weeks of the offseason is officially in the rearview mirror.

Just how much did the 2020 NFL Combine affect the mock drafts that circulate the Internet? Does anyone want to go out on a limb to predict the Browns will pick someone other than an offensive tackle?

Let's give it a look in our latest roundup.

Of note: Wills would be the fourth tackle to come off the board and third in the row after the Cardinals and Jaguars, respectively, in McShay's projections.

Of note: Jeremiah sees OTs coming off the board at No. 4 (Giants), No. 6 (Chargers) and No. 8 (Cardinals).

Of note: Wirfs wowed everyone in attendance at the Combine, especially with his blazing 4.85-second 40-yard dash.

Of note: Robinson says he doesn't expect Mekhi Becton to be available at this spot, leaving Wirfs as an ideal choice for the Browns.

Of note: Wills said he is ready to play left tackle despite playing exclusively on the right side at Alabama.

Of note: Davis said Wills didn't blow anyone away at the Combine, but his tape is "clean."

Of note: Fornelli writes Wirfs has "Zion Williamson-like athleticism."

Of note: In Wilson's projection, Wills would be the second tackle off the board behind Wirfs.

Of note: Most other mocks now have Becton off the board by the time Cleveland picks.

Of note: This is by far the highest projection for Jackson, who donated his bone marrow to his ailing sister before the 2019 season.

Of note: Renner believes this is a good spot for the Browns' needs and values on players.

Of note: Prisco believes Wills could help the Browns at either left tackle or right tackle.

Of note: Sikkema believes the No. 10 spot is Wirfs' floor.

Of note: Iyer sees Wills and Wirfs coming off the board before Becton.

Check out behind the scenes photos of Browns coaches and executives watching combine workouts

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