The Cleveland Browns should have plenty of options with the fourth overall pick. The only players that seem certain to be off of the board are former South Carolina Gamecocks’ defensive end Jadeveon Clowney and former Auburn Tiger’s offensive tackle Greg Robinson. It seems like that former Buffalo Bulls’ linebacker Khalil Mack, Clemson Tigers’ wide receiver Sammy Watkins or one of the draft’s top quarterbacks, either Blake Bortles, formally of the Central Florida Knights, or former Texas A&M Aggies’ signal-caller Johnny Manziel will join Clowney and Robinson as top three picks.
It looks like Manziel’s former teammate, wide receiver Mike Evans, could climb into the top five as well.
According to Dane Brugler of CBS Sports and NFL Draft Scout, Evans could be the pick for the Browns at 4.
Looks like more are catching on – WR Mike Evans is a real possibility at No. 4 to the #Browns
— Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler) May 1, 2014
The 6’5, 225-pound Evans possesses great size and had a fantastic season for the Aggies in 2013. He caught 69 passes for 1,394 yards and 12 touchdowns.