In Mel Kiper's first two mock drafts, he had the Cleveland Browns drafting QB Robert Griffin III and WR Kendall Wright at No. 4 and No. 22 overall, respectively. Kiper released his third mock draft today, marking his first post-combine mock. While he still had Griffin falling to the Browns at No. 4 overall, there was a change at No. 22 overall. Who does Kiper have the Browns taking instead of Wright? Find out after the jump.
No. 4 - Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor
The assumption is they'll need to move up to No. 2 to get RG3, but I can't reflect that until anything is official. I don't think the combine changed anything in terms of where Griffin was likely to land, but it certainly didn't hurt him. He showed off athleticism that would have been impressive for the top wide receivers and running backs. Given his experience, leadership qualities and overall skill set as an accurate passer with a potent arm, I don't see it as much of a leap for Griffin to be a Week 1 starter in 2012.
No. 22 - Lavonte David, LB, Nebraska
This is a bit of a gut call for me. I'm not sure exactly how teams will use David, but the guy can flat-out play. The question on David was size, but he checked in at 233 pounds last week, and didn't appear to lose a step in the workout phase, which made me rethink my second-round grade. David played smaller at Nebraska, but you won't find a guy that simply flew all over the field the way David did anywhere in the draft. Cleveland needs help in several spots, but David will be productive.
Kiper now has Wright falling to No. 26 overall to the Houston Texans.
Todd McShay also released his mock draft, which I will post about a little bit later.