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2020 NFL Draft

Mock Draft Roundup: One last look at whom experts are picking Browns to take at No. 49

This will be the last one of these for 2019. Promise.

Alas, there's never been a better time to round up the latest and final opinions about what the Browns plan to do at No. 49, their first pick of the 2019 NFL Draft.

Steve Palazzolo - Pro Football Focus: DB Chauncey Gardner-Johnson (Florida)
Of Note: Palazzolo sees Cleveland going heavy on its defensive backfield on Day 2 by adding Houston cornerback Isaiah Johnson in the third round.

Dan Shonka - CB Julian Love (Notre Dame)
Of Note: Love was a finalist for the Thorpe Award, given annually to the nation's top defensive back.

Ryan Wilson - CB Deandre Baker (Georgia)
Of Note: Baker won the Thorpe Award.

R.J. White - CB Justin Layne (Michigan State)
Of Note: White projects the Browns will need to trade up to the 45th pick to nab Layne, a Cleveland native. DT Jeffery Simmons (Mississippi State)
Of Note: Browns general manager John Dorsey said last week Simmons would be worth considering if he fell to 49.

Todd McShay - CB David Long (Michigan)
Of Note: McShay considers Long to be a "physical press corner" that would help shore up Cleveland's depth.

Chad Reuter - CB Rock Ya-Sin (Temple)
Of Note: Ya-Sin has been one of the hottest rising names in this year's draft class and has been projected in the first round in some mocks. OT Greg Little (Ole Miss)
Of Note: Little was the left tackle for Kyler Murray during their high school days together in Allen, Texas.

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