In Todd McShay's previous mock draft over at ESPN, he had the Cleveland Browns selecting Robert Griffin III at No. 4 overall and defensive tackle Michael Brockers at No. 22 overall. Since then, the trade between the Rams and the Redskins obviously forced McShay to make a change for Cleveland at No. 4 overall. He didn't stop there, as he also re-mocked the team's 22nd pick. Who did McShay choose for Cleveland? For ESPN Insiders, the link to McShay's full mock draft is here.
No. 4 - Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State
With the top two quarterbacks on the board already gone, Blackmon's size, hands and physical style offer the Browns a playmaker who can help current QB Colt McCoy.
No. 22 - Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State
Adams is a little risky because of his lack of consistency and killer instinct, but he has the size (6-7¼, 323), agility and long arms that teams look for in left tackles. The Browns have a need at tackle, and Adams has plenty of upside.
Maybe you're not surprised by the pick of Blackmon, and Cleveland definitely needs a right tackle. Is 22nd overall too early for what appears to be a disappointing Mike Adams? McShay also did a mock of the second round, but without explanations. He has the Browns going with quarterback Brandon Weeden at No. 37 overall.
What do you think of McShay's picks?