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Re-draft for Brownies

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Show/Hide Player Comments 1st (3rd) HB Trent Richardson Alabama Jr 5'9 1/8" 228 lbs. 4.52





 
Show/Hide Player Comments 1st (22nd) 34OLB Nick Perry USC rJr 6'2 3/4" 271 lbs. 4.64
 

Analysis: Nick Perry is the premier pass rush prospect in the 2012 class. He and Jabaal Sheard will create havoc off the edges while Phil Taylor and Ahtyba Rubin plug the middle.

Much better to wait for a 22-year old quarterback in 2013 than to pass on a defensive game-changer to draft a quarterback who will be one of the oldest members on the team his rookie season.

Nick Perry vs Washington 2011
Nick Perry vs Arizona 2011
Nick Perry vs Stanford 2011

Show/Hide Player Comments 2nd (37th) OT Mitchell Schwartz California rSr 6'5 1/8" 318 lbs. 5.45





 
Show/Hide Player Comments 3rd (87th) UT John Hughes Cincinnati rSr 6'2 1/2" 309 lbs. 5.18





 
Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (100th) 43DE Malik Jackson Tennessee Sr 6'4 5/8" 284 lbs. 4.91
 

Analysis: You can never have enough depth on the defensive line. Sheard and Perry provide pass rush, but neither is especially stout vs. the run.

Jackson gives the Browns a versatile lineman who can defend the run on 1st down and kick inside to give the big guys a breather on passing downs.


Show/Hide Player Comments 4th (120th) MLB James-Michael Johnson Nevada rSr 6'1 1/8" 241 lbs. 4.68





 
Show/Hide Player Comments 5th (160th) WR Marvin Jones California Sr 6'1 3/4" 199 lbs. 4.46
 

Analysis: Marvin Jones is everything the Browns lack at the wide receiver position. His vertical speed, polished route running, and reliable hands will give Colt McCoy an NFL-ready starter who can make the timing-based plays that a West Coast Offense is designed around.


Show/Hide Player Comments 6th (204th) WLB Emmanuel Acho Texas Sr 6'1 5/8" 238 lbs. 4.73





 
Show/Hide Player Comments 6th (205th) UT Billy Winn Boise St. rSr 6'3 1/2" 294 lbs. 5.00





 
Show/Hide Player Comments 7th (245th) CB Leonard Johnson Iowa St. Sr 5'9 7/8" 196 lbs. 4.71
 

Analysis: Johnson has excellent instincts, reads and reacts quickly in zone coverage, and has a knack for knowing when to jump routes. He is also very physical at the line of scrimmage. He could contribute on special-teams while the Browns groom him for the slot corner role.


Show/Hide Player Comments 7th (247th) TE Brad Smelley Alabama Sr 6'1 7/8" 233 lbs. 4.75





 
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Ramzee
Posted on: Monday, May 21, 2012 @ 4:57 pm
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Don't blame you for dumping Weeden. I would have done the same thing. Not because I'm a fan of McCoy, I'm not. The team isn't a QB away from competing and needs a long term solution IMO. And Weeden isn't that. I'd choose to address the QB position at a later time, too.

The offensive game plan, it's going to require a strong defense. Bolstering the depth and pass rush is fitting and Perry is a freakish athlete.

I like the strong emphasis on the lines. Adding Malik Jackson, a former teammate of Perry's could be a good move. I wasn't a big fan of Travis Benjamin either. Definitely prefer Jackson.

Replacing Ryan Miller, with IMO, a better WR than Benjamin, in Jones. I felt like he had more limited opportunities this year than he should have based on talent alone. Since he had a brother QB/WR duo on the same field. He could be a steal in hindsight.

A lot of picks I agree with in this re-draft. Good job.

jrry32
Posted on: Tuesday, May 22, 2012 @ 2:06 pm
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Solid draft, I also agree that dumping Weeden is a good idea. I might have taken a
shot on Cousins in the 4th though but I can understand waiting for a QB next year.

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