Many of the top prospects in this year’s draft will be visiting the Cleveland Browns this week. With draft day just two and a half weeks away, teams are looking to get some final impressions from potential players via interviews and physicals (but no workouts).
The Browns are allowed to bring in 30 players for visits. With needs at wide receiver, defensive line and cornerback, the Browns will be hosting the top prospects at those position groups.
At wide receiver, the Browns will bring in this year’s top two prospects -- Georgia’s A.J. Green and Alabama’s Julio Jones. Many think that if Green is still available when the Browns select at No. 6, it will be near-impossible to pass up on him.
Needs in the defensive line will also bring Da’Quan Bowers (the top defensive end) to Cleveland, as well as two of the top defensive tackles -- Marcell Dareus and Nick Fairley. If A.J. Green is selected by the time Cleveland picks (Cincinnati selects fourth and has a need at wide receiver), the Browns will likely take one of these defensive line prospects.
In the secondary, the Browns have an opportunity to put themselves in good position for nearly a decade by selecting Patrick Peterson, the outstanding cornerback from LSU. Peterson is widely considered the top prospect overall in this year’s draft and would be able to contribute right out of the gate. He would join cornerback Joe Haden and safety T.J. Ward to form one of the most formidable secondaries in the league for years to come. In addition to Peterson, the Browns will also visit with Nebraska’s Prince Amukamara and Miami’s DeMarcus Van Dyke.
Other notable prospects visiting with the Browns this week are Cam Newton (quarterback from Auburn) and Von Miller (outside linebacker from Texas A&M).
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