Todd McShay released his fourth mock draft of the year earlier this week, and it was his first version with two rounds worth of picks. That provides some insight in to who he thinks the Browns will take at No. 32 overall. Keep in mind that this mock draft was completed prior to the Browns signing Robert Griffin III, but it wouldn't have made a difference. At No. 2 overall, McShay stuck with his pick of having the Browns take QB Carson Wentz:
Carson Wentz, QB, North Dakota State - Even if the Browns sign Robert Griffin III or trade for Colin Kaepernick, they still should use this pick on a quarterback. Since returning to the NFL in 1999, Cleveland has had 24 different starting quarterbacks, five more than any other team in the league. Wentz and Cal's Jared Goff are extremely close on my board, with the North Dakota State product slightly ahead. Wentz has the height, sturdy frame, natural accuracy and on-field leadership you look for in a QB.
With the Browns' second round pick, he has them addressing the offensive line with C Ryan Kelly:
32. Cleveland Browns: Ryan Kelly, OC, Alabama - A three-year starter, Kelly has the intelligence and technique to overcome his physical deficiencies and succeed at the NFL level. He's our top-ranked interior offensive lineman.
I can't imagine that being a pick that would sit well with Browns fans after how poorly Cameron Erving played as a rookie. In Ohio State news, McShay has the desperate-for-a-running back Dolphins taking RB Ezekiel Elliott at No. 13. The other Buckeyes going include DE Joey Bosa (No. 4 to Cowboys), OT Taylor Decker (No. 16 to Lions), OLB Darron Lee (No. 17 to Falcons), CB Eli Apple (No. 25 to Steelers), S Vonn Bell (No. 44 to Raiders), WR Michael Thomas (No. 53 to Redskins), DT Adolphus Washington (No. 55 to Bengals), and WR Braxton Miller (No. 59 to Chiefs). Whew, that's a lot.
If you have insider access, you can view the entire first round mock here.