The Cleveland Browns own an NFL-high 13 selections, including four of the first 67 and two in the first round. The team’s No. 4 overall pick has long been considered a spot that could profoundly impact how the rest of the first round of the draft transpires.
NFL Network analyst Solomon Wilcots chimed in on what he believes the Browns will do with their two first-round picks. Pointing out that Cleveland is targeting athletes who can help the team score points, likely coming away with one of the top running backs and receivers in the draft.