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On the Browns' draft radar


On the Browns' draft radar
THE NFL DRAFT * APRIL 25-26


Some prospects the Browns are either hosting in Berea or have worked out privately:

Texas DE /OLB Brian Orakpo Could be the fierce edge-rusher the Browns covet.

Louisville C Eric Wood Browns are looking for Hank Fraley's eventual replacement.

Baylor OT Jason Smith Would provide a superb complement to Pro Bowler Joe Thomas.

USC LB Clay Matthews Jr. Has plenty of potential as a pass rusher.

USC LB Rey Maualuga Would be a force inside with D'Qwell Jackson.

Tennessee CB DeAngelo Willingham Also being looked at as a free safety. Ran 4.46 on pro day.

Illinois CB Vontae Davis Only top corner prospect to run a sub-4.5 40 at the combine.

Wake Forest LB Aaron Curry The most complete linebacker in the draft and an immediate difference-maker.

West Virginia QB Patrick White Can be a returner/receiver/runner in the mold of a Josh Cribbs.

Georgia RB Knowshon Moreno Lacks blazing speed but compensates with great instincts.

Ohio State DB Malcolm Jenkins Could step in and start at safety for the Browns.

Western Illinois LB Jason Williams Not invited to the Combine, but one of the fastest risers with a 4.42 40.

Alabama C Antoine Caldwell A second-round projection who can start at guard or center.

Missouri WR Jeremy Maclin Dual threat as a receiver and returner. Runs a 4.43 with great run-after-catch ability.

Oregon S Patrick Chung Great instincts vs. the run and can make an immediate impact on special teams.

Ohio State RB Beanie Wells Could be the big bruising back the Browns need to replace Jamal Lewis.

South Florida LB Tyrone McKenzie A second- or third-round projection, would play inside for the Browns.

Oklahoma G Duke Robinson A massive 330-pounder who can move. Projected 2nd-rounder.

Some locals visiting and working out: Michigan State QB Brian Hoyer, Michigan TE Mike Massey, Ohio State OT Alex Boone.



Author:Fox Sports
Author's Website:http://www.foxsports.com
Added: April 14, 2009

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