The first round is now set after all of the happenings from Super Bowl LIV. Congratulations to the Kansas City Chiefs, who now have the honor of closing out the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft.
Everyone else is hoping to do the same in 2021 and are hoping the picks they make in the first round play a major role in getting them there.
That's where we're at during this first week of February. The Combine will be well underway three weeks from today, and free agency will begin shortly thereafter.
The Browns, as we already knew before the Super Bowl, hold the 10th pick in the first round. As we've noticed in our first two roundups, there's a large consensus on which position Cleveland will be targeting with that all-important first pick. We're checking out if that sentiment has changed after the Chiefs' big win Sunday.
Of note: This is a new name in our roundups, and it's due in large part to Jones' impressive week in Mobile at the Senior Bowl. McShay calls Jones a "6-foot-7 behemoth with tons of athleticism."
Of note: Miller believes Wirfs could play at any spot on the offensive line and has All-Pro potential as a guard.
Of note: Reuter believes Kinlaw would be a major upgrade on a defensive line that was vulnerable against the run, especially near the end of last season.
Of note: Renner considers Becton to be a raw prospect but adds "you can't coach someone to be 6-foot-7, 369 pounds and move the way he does."
Of note: Iyer sees Thomas as a nice match for what Kevin Stefanski wants to do with the Browns' rushing attack.
Of note: Cherepinsky says Becton is a similar player to Cincinnati's Cordy Glenn, who has been a regular starter in the NFL since 2012.
Of note: Fornelli says Wirfs is "strong enough to handle a bull rush, and athletic enough to deal with speed."
Of note: Wilson believes Wirfs would be an option for the Browns at either left or right tackle.
Of note: Kadar calls Thomas "arguably the best pure left tackle in this draft."