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We Rate the Top Four Potential Draft Picks

We are less than one week from Draft Day. Above are photos of the four names that are most commonly mentioned as potential selections for the Browns as the number five overall pick: University of Southern California Trojan quarterback Mark Sanchez (white jersey), Texas Tech wide receiver Michael Crabtree (suit), Wake Forest outside linebacker Aaron Curry (dark blue jersey) and Texas Longhorn defensive end Brian Orakpo (orange jersey).
Here is the order in which we would urge the Browns to pick these four players as the number five overall selection.
1. Brian Orakpo
Orakpo is rated number one because in our opinion he suits our most pressing need on the Team: pass rush.
2. Aaron Curry
Curry would make an excellent outside linebacker in a 3-4 defensive scheme. He is an awesome open-field tackler. His diminished pass rush skills make him second behind Orakpo.
3. Michael Crabtree
Crabtree has great talent. His position makes him third - we do not support any WR being selected as a Team's first Draft pick except in truly exceptional circumstances. We are also concerned about his foot injury.
4. Mark Sanchez
Mark will probably become a good QB in the NFL. But it makes no sense under any scenario for the Browns to select Sanchez as our first pick. If we trade Quinn (which we should not), then we are getting less with Sanchez. If we trade Anderson, then we need a veteran and not Sanchez. If we keep Quinn and Anderson, then why in the world would we want a first round draft pick, a pro bowler and another first round draft pick as our three quarterbacks? If we trade both Quinn and Anderson, then we need a lot more than Sanchez!
Just our two cents.
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Devo's Cleveland Browns

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