Draft at a glance

Round 1: Braylon Edwards, WR
6-3, 211 pounds, #3 overall
So now we’ve got to root for someone from Michigan? Seriously? Edwards is tall, fast, strong and smart, plus all indications are he’s a down-to-earth kid who won’t be rocking any boats anytime soon. He will, however, make every Browns fan forget that he was a Wolverine very soon.

Round 2: Brodney Pool, S
6-2, 208 pounds, #34 overall
This guy is a player, and yes I realize that I wasn?t exactly thrilled about this pick initially. He?s got a little bit of everything ? good size, good speed, solid tackler ? plus he comes out of the Oklahoma program, which is always a bonus. Early reports indicate that the Browns may look to move Pool to corner, but wherever he ends up he?ll be a playmaker for several years.

Round 3: Charlie Frye, WR
6-4, 217 pounds, #67 overall
So much for the Luke McCown era. You?ve got to love the hometown angle here but even better, Frye has all the tools to be a quality NFL quarterback, beginning with his size and toughness. And these days, playing for a MAC team isn?t necessarily a bad thing, at least not if you?re a quarterback. Frye-to-Edwards and Frye-to-Winslow could be magical connections in two or three years.

Round 4: Antonio Perkins, CB
5-11, 188 pounds, #103 overall
He needs to hit the weights but this kid can flat out fly, being clocked at 4.31 in the 40. That speed should get him on the field in some nickel and dime packages as a rookie but he?ll also be able to showcase his electrifying skills on special teams. Perkins’ return ability coupled with the Braylon Edwards pick makes you question Dennis Northcutt’s future with the Browns.

Round 5: David McMillan, DE
6-3, 246 pounds, #139 overall
McMillan was a quality pass rusher for Virginia and in Romeo Crennel?s new 3-4 defense, that?s what he?ll be expected to do. He?s a little small and scouts questioned his passion for the game leading up to the draft, but Phil Savage must?ve seen something he liked here.

Round 6: Nick Speegle, OLB
6-6, 250 pounds, #176 overall
Dude?s got an awesome name, plus his former teammates and coaches compare him to Jack Lambert and Dick Butkus. Sounds good to me. Could be a nice steal for Savage.

Round 6: Andrew Hoffman, DT
6-4, 296 pounds, #203 overall
Chosen with the pick acquired in the McCown trade, Hoffman could be a serviceable nose tackle in the 3-4 defense, though he?ll likely just add depth to the Browns’ depleted defensive line for a year or two.

Round 7: Jon Dunn, OT
6-7, 328 pounds, #217 overall
He?s big and he plays tackle. That?s about all you need to know for now.

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