The measurements are in, the times are clocked and the medical reports are clearer than they've ever been.
Does that mean we have a better idea of what the Browns might do at No. 17?
Not even close.
Regardless, we're rounding up the latest projections after a productive week at the NFL Combine.
Tom Fornelli - CBSSports.com: OT Greg Little - Ole Miss
Of Note: At 6-foot-5 and 310 pounds, Little registered one of the best wingspans of any offensive linemen at the Combine.
Ryan Wilson - CBSSports.com: DT Ed Oliver - Houston
Of Note: At 6-foot-2 and 287 pounds, Oliver is a bit undersized for the position but could show plenty of versatility at a number of different spots.
Walter Cherepinsky - WalterFootball.com: DT Dre'Mont Jones - Ohio State
Of Note: It'd mark the second straight year Cleveland uses a first-round pick on a Buckeye.
Vinnie Iyer - Sporting News: LB Devin White - LSU
Of Note: In this mock, the Browns would be getting the draft's top linebacker.
Peter Schrager - NFL.com: CB Deandre Baker - Georgia
Of Note: Baker, who won the Jim Thorpe Award as the nation's best defensive back, didn't allow a touchdown over the past two seasons.
Bucky Brooks - NFL.com: OT Andre Dillard - Washington State
Of Note: Dillard is considered by most analysts to be the best pass-blocking tackle in this year's draft.
Dan Kadar - SB Nation: DT Christian Wilkins - Clemson
Of Note: Wilkins obtained his bachelor's degree in two and a half years and added a master's by the time he was finished at Clemson.
Luke Easterling - USA Today DraftWire: DL Rashan Gary - Michigan
Of Note: Gary has been projected as high as a top-five pick in other mocks.
Matt Miller - Bleacher Report: WR A.J. Brown - Ole Miss
Of Note: His teammate, D.K. Metcalf, stole all of the headlines last week, but Brown led the Rebels with 85 catches for 1,320 yards and six touchdowns in 2018.