With the No. 127 pick in fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns selected CB Pierre Desir.
This is one of two picks that Cleveland had on Day 3 of the draft, and they made it count. Desir was rated as a third-round talent by Dane Brugler of CBS Sports, and he's viewed as a very raw player who could have been a second-round prospect if he wasn't from the small school of Lindenwood.
Desir was recently featured on ESPN's Draft Academy segment -- in fact, while the segment was airing, Desir was reportedly having dinner with the Browns. It's definitely a video production that can make you get behind wanting the Browns to take a guy like Desir, who would be the biggest cornerback on the team at 6-1, 198 pounds.
I know one team was low on Desir because he'll be a 24-year old rookie. But excellent value for the #Browns in the 4th. Great person— Dane Brugler (@dpbrugler) May 10, 2014
This is the second cornerback the Browns have taken in this year's draft. They drafted CB Justin Gilbert with the No. 8 overall pick in the draft. This can't be good news for former third-round pick Leon McFadden, as the Browns would likely have CB Joe Haden, CB Buster Skrine, Gilbert, and Desir ahead of him on the depth chart in Mike Pettine's defense.
Desir was one of the players who Cleveland had a private workout with on our pre-draft tracker. Three out of six of the Browns' draft picks so far appeared on our tracker. What do you think of the pick, Browns fans?