17. Cleveland Browns: Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama
Even before Odell Beckham, Jr. forced his way out of town, wide receiver was an issue for the Cleveland Browns. And while many want to point the finger at Baker Mayfield — especially after OBJ has been playing well for the Rams ‚— the Browns are going to go into 2022 with No. 6 as the starter.
In order to make sure he’s the guy beyond that, Cleveland needs to revamp that passing attack. A huge first step comes here as they take Jameson Williams from Alabama. A former reserve at Ohio State, Williams went to Alabama in order to see the field more — and he did not disappoint.
He surpassed John Metchie as the best receiver on the team and is now sure to be taken early in the opening round.
18. Denver Broncos: Kenyon Green, OL, Texas A&M
It was an emotional week for the Denver Broncos after learning of the passing of Demaryius Thomas. The former star wideout is on the hearts and minds of this team and they even paid tribute to him on Sunday by starting on offense with 10 players.
As for their plans in the 2021 NFL Draft, they could go a few ways. One of those would be to add talent to the offensive line. That decision is made easy for them with Kenyon Green still sitting on the board.
Easily a top-15 talent, Green is a steal at this point and can play several different spots. Denver can simply decide where he fits best and allow him to go do his thing.