2015 NFL Draft: Top Prospects For The AFC North

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Oct 4, 2014; Clemson, SC, USA; Clemson Tigers defensive end Vic Beasley (3) recovers a fumble and scores a touchdown during the third quarter against the North Carolina State Wolfpack at Clemson Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joshua S. Kelly-USA TODAY Sports

Cleveland Browns: 2nd Pick (19th overall)

1B. La’el Collins, OT: The Browns need another anchor on that offensive line. This selection would give the Browns two strong tackles that will protect whichever young quarterback they employ. Collins competed against Alvin Dupree and Dante Fowler Jr. and did not allow any sacks. While his technique needs work, Collins shows great strength when holding up defenders. Collins also can be moved to offensive guard if need be.

2B. Vic Beasley, OLB: Fast and athletic, Beasley is best suited for a 3-4 defense. He has the ability to be a huge nightmare for offenses during passing situations and would give the Browns two of the best, young outside linebackers in the game (Barkevious Mingo). It may take time for Beasley to adapt to coverage in the NFL, but his pass-rushing ability cannot be ignored.

3B: Jaelen Strong, WR: If they don’t take a receiver with their first selection, it may be hard for them to pass on Strong. A huge red zone threat with great route running, Strong is literally what his last name entails. He has good hands and the ability to get separation with his quick feet. Strong’s stock is rising, and could continue to do so after the combine.

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