It's going to take more than a trade of a first-round pick to get us to stop our roundups of the latest mock drafts.
There certainly aren't as many multi-round mocks as the standard, one-round editions, but they do, in fact, exist. We found five that go beyond the first 32 picks, and that gives us something to discuss when it comes to the Browns and the No. 49 overall selection.
Because second-round projections are even bigger guesses than the ones made for the first round, we're including the prognosticators' selections directly before and after the Browns.
Walter Cherepinsky - WalterFootball.com: CB Jamel Dean (Auburn)
Mocked at No. 48: LB D'Andre Walker (Georgia)
Mocked at No. 50: LB Germaine Pratt (N.C. State)
Of Note: Dean saw his mock draft stock skyrocket after his performance at the NFL Combine. He was a two-year starter at Auburn who overcame three knee injuries.
Luke Easterling - USA Today DraftWire: CB Rock Ya-Sin (Temple)
Mocked at No. 48: DL Zach Allen (Boston College)
Mocked at No. 50: S Taylor Rapp (Washington)
Of Note: Ya-Sin began his career at Presbyterian College before transferring to Temple as a graduate student.
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Chris Trapasso - CBSSports.com: CB Justin Layne (Michigan State)
Mocked at No. 48: LB Christian Miller (Alabama)
Mocked at No. 50: WR Deebo Samuel (South Carolina)
Of Note: Layne played his high school ball at nearby Benedictine High School and his father is a diehard Browns fan.
Ryan Wilson - CBSSports.com: S Juan Thornhill (Virginia)
Mocked at No. 48: OT Yodny Cajuste (West Virginia)
Mocked at No. 50: WR N'Keal Harry (Arizona State)
Of Note: Thornhill, who ran a blazing 4.42-second 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine, was third in the FBS last season with six interceptions.
Chad Reuter - NFL.com: WR Parris Campbell (Ohio State)
Mocked at No. 48: RB Devin Singletary (Florida Atlantic)
Mocked at No. 50: Rapp
Of Note: This projection was made before the Browns acquired All-Pro WR Odell Beckham in a trade with the Giants. Still, it's not completely out of the question considering general manager John Dorsey is always looking to add speed to the roster.