CLEVELandMILIDH Posted March 16, 2010 Report Share Posted March 16, 2010 7 Cleveland Browns: Eric Berry, S, Tennessee I really can't envision a scenario where Eric Berry falls beyond this pick. Most consider Berry to be the top prospect in the 2010 NFL Draft behind Ndamukong Suh and Gerald McCoy. However, Berry is a safety, a position of low value, which is why he could fall to No. 7 despite the fact that he's being billed as the next Ed Reed. Cleveland's secondary is an abomination, and numerous upgrades must be made. Berry is exactly the type of leader that the Browns' defensive backfield needs. 38 Cleveland Browns: Ricky Sapp, DE/OLB, Clemson The Browns just traded Kamerion Wimbley for a third-round pick, which I thought was a good move. However, this means that rush linebacker is now a major need. 71 Cleveland Browns: Jarrett Brown, QB, West Virginia Jake Delhomme for $7 million? Seneca Wallace? These are Cleveland's options at quarterback? Mike Holmgren obviously plans on drafting someone in Rounds 2-3. Jarrett Brown is a project, but has tremendous upside and mobility that Holmgren likes out of his signal-callers. 85 Cleveland Browns: Perrish Cox, CB/KR, Oklahoma State Eric Wright is a solid corner, but the Browns have nothing across from him. They can't go another season rotating between Brandon McDonald and Mike Adams 92 Cleveland Browns: Jamar Chaney, ILB, Mississippi State The Browns just signed Scott Fujita, but he can't be the long-term answer at inside linebacker. Mike Holmgren will probably spend a mid-round pick on this position. 102 Cleveland Browns: Carlton Mitchell, WR, South Florida Cleveland needs offensive playmakers. Brady Quinn struggled last year with his deep accuracy, but it's hard to put all of the blame on him because his top targets were Evan Moore, Mohamed Massaquoi and Mike Furrey. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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