Now, it's serious.
The last football was played Sunday, so we've officially entered draft season. Nothing's changed for the Browns, who hold the No. 17 pick, but the latest projections offer a handful of new names we hadn't seen in previous installments.
Here's how it breaks down 79 days before the Browns are on the clock.
Chad Reuter - NFL.com: DT Christian Wilkins - Clemson
Of note: In his three-round mock, Reuter expects the Browns to address pass rusher, offensive line and cornerback with their next three picks.
Dane Brugler - The Athletic: Wilkins
Of note: Brugler predicts the Browns will take Georgia WR Riley Ridley in the second round.
Ryan Wilson - CBSSports.com: CB Byron Murphy - Washington
Of note: It'd mark the second straight year and third time since 2014 the Browns use a first-round pick on a cornerback.
Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz - USA Today: WR D.K. Metcalf - Ole Miss
Of note: The Browns don't have a wide receiver as big as Metcalf (6-4, 230) on the current roster.
Matt Miller - Bleacher Report: OT Yodny Cajuste - West Virginia
Of note: Miller pegs Cajuste as the third offensive tackle taken in the first round behind Alabama's Jonah Williams and Washington State's Andre Dillard.
Charlie Campbell - WalterFootball.com: OT Greg Little - Ole Miss
Of note: Little was a two-year starter who also saw the field extensively as a freshman
Rob Rang - NFLDraftScout.com: Metcalf
Of note: Rang calls Metcalf a "big-bodied home run threat and potential legitimate No. 1 target."
Luke Easterling - USA Today DraftWire: DL Rashan Gary - Michigan
Of note: Easterling considers Gary to be a perfect three-technique even though he mostly played on the edge in college.