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One last mock draft roundup: Analysts make their final picks for Browns

All the predicting, guessing or whatever you want to label it comes to an end Thursday at 8 p.m., when the 2015 NFL Draft finally gets underway in Chicago.

We've tracked the mock drafts through each step of the offseason. Now that the countdown to the draft is being made in hours instead of days, we're providing one last look at who the NFL Draft experts are pegging to Cleveland, which hold the first round's 12th and 19th picks.

12 - WR DeVante Parker (Louisville)

19 - DT Eddie Goldman (Florida State)

Of note: Goldman has fallen out of favor as a first-round pick in numerous other mock drafts. compares him to none other than Randy Starks, whom the Browns recently added as a free agent signing.

12 - Parker

19 - DT Malcom Brown (Texas)

Of note: What makes Brown such an intriguing prospect is his capability of playing multiple positions along a defensive line, whether it's a 4-3 or 3-4.

12 - WR Kevin White (West Virginia)

19 - DT Danny Shelton (Washington)

Of note: There aren't many other mock drafters who believe White or Shelton will fall this far.

12 - Parker

19 - Goldman

Of note: While Casserly predicts Shelton to be available at No. 19, Zierlein believes Chicago will nab the massive run-stopper at No. 7.

12 - Parker

19 - OL Ereck Flowers (Miami)

Of note: McShay points out a lot to like about Flowers from a physical standpoint, but this might stand out most. "He possesses great football character and takes well to coaching," McShay wrote.

12 - Parker

19 - RB Todd Gurley (Georgia)

Of note: In a recent interview, Kiper Jr. said Gurley's stock was rising because his injury reports are looking good. He told Cleveland Browns Daily he's in that "top 12."

12 - Shelton

19 - OL Andrus Peat (Stanford)

43 - TE Maxx Williams (Minnesota)

77 - OLB Nate Orchard (Utah)

Of note: Orchard, in an interview with Cleveland Browns Daily, said he met with Browns coaches in Salt Lake City.

12 - WR Breshad Perriman (UCF)

19 - Shelton

Of note: Perriman, who ran a blazing 40-yard dash at his Pro Day and is considered to be one of the draft's best athletes, is among Kiper Jr's "risers," too.

12 - Shelton

19 - OL La'el Collins (LSU)

Of note: Collins played multiple offensive line positions with the Tigers and is considered to be capable of playing guard or right tackle in the NFL.

12 - Shelton

19 - Perriman

Of note: Prisco is one of the few to have the Browns pass on Parker to take Shelton. He envisions Parker falling to Miami at No. 14.

12 - Shelton

19 - Perriman

Of note: King says the Browns' 19th pick could ultimately come down to a decision between Perriman and Arizona State's Jaelen Strong. King says the edge goes to Perriman because of his yards per catch (20.9).

12 - Parker

19 - Brown

Of note: Bedard's mock is a little different from most. His isn't a prediction of what a team "will" do, but is instead what he thinks teams "should" do.

12 - Shelton

19 - Perriman

Of note: In this particular scenario, Kansas City would take Strong with the 18th pick and the Browns would follow with the fifth wide receiver of the first round.

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