Jack Conklin, OT, Michigan State
No team has a larger rebuilding process ahead of it than the Cleveland Browns. Cleveland has completely torn down the roster and gotten rid of anybody with an ounce of talent save Joe Haden and Joe Thomas (pray for them). This offseason saw the appointment of a new head coach in Hue Jackson, a first-time general manager in Sashi Brown and an implemented style of Moneyball with the hiring of baseball executive Paul DePodesta.
The idea in terms of the draft has clearly been to acquire assets, so the Browns could absolutely move back once again from this position to gain picks. However, should they draft here, look for them to take offensive tackle Jack Conklin. Conklin is a mountain of a man and has been terrific throughout his time at Michigan State, mostly because of his elite strength and excellent technique.
Conklin would be a great replacement for right tackle Mitch Schwartz, who left for the Kansas City Chiefs on a five-year deal. He would pair with Thomas to give Cleveland a terrific set of tackles and provide protection for Robert Griffin III in 2016, something he never got with the Washington Redskins. If Conklin remains on the board when Cleveland is on the clock, this is a no-brainer.
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