|Offense||25th||95.6 (22nd)||236.4 (21st)|
|Defense||27th||128.4 (27th)||250.8 (21st)|
The Cleveland Browns selected Cody Kessler in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 93rd overall.
Kessler wasn't expected to go until the sixth or seventh round, so this will generally be regarded as a reach. Kessler is undersized at 6-foot-1, 220 pounds and doesn't have standout athleticism or throwing talent to make up for it. He mostly profiles as a backup in the NFL.
The Cleveland Browns selected Coleman in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 76th overall.
Coleman is an inspiring story, as the former Auburn tackle overcame leukemia to make his way back to the football field and earn a starting left tackle role at one of college football's strongest programs. He might compete for right tackle snaps right away in Cleveland, but at the least he'll be a good long-term understudy to Joe Thomas.
The Cleveland Browns selected Nassib in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 65th overall.
Nassib's fit in Cleveland's 3-4 isn't obvious, as he could probably play either as an end in three-man fronts or try to lose some weight and play outside linebacker. Nassib is a former walk-on who was highly productive for Penn State in 2015, totaling 15.5 sacks and 19.5 tackles for loss.
The Cleveland Browns selected Emmanuel Ogbah in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 32nd overall.
Ogbah's athleticism might be a bit more linear than the ideal for an edge rusher, but his straight-line explosiveness and power check out quite well, and he was very productive at Oklahoma State, posting double-digit sacks each of the last two years. At 6-foot-4, 273 pounds, Ogbah did well for himself at the Combine by logging a 4.63-second 40, 35.5-inch vertical and 121-inch broad jump. He might be comparable to someone like Whitney Mercilus.
The Cleveland Browns selected Corey Coleman in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 15th overall.
The Browns get arguably the top wideout prospect in the draft, and they piled up a boatload of picks in the process. After moving from No. 2 to No. 8 and No. 8 to No. 15, the Browns have the capital to really build up their roster. Coleman's immediate fantasy value in Cleveland is unclear, but there's a strong possibility he's already better than any receiver on the roster, in which case he could earn a significant number of targets right away. Coleman's athleticism profile really is quite similar to Odell Beckham's, and he's a top dynasty target despite the less than ideal landing spot.
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